Posted on Friday, January 18, 2019 in Bread Recipes

Parsley & Garlic Bread (Pão com alho e salsa) Recipe

This delicious parsley style garlic bread recipe (receita de pão com alho e salsa) takes only 15 minutes to make.
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Parsley & Garlic Bread (Pão com alho e salsa) Recipe


Preparation time 5 min
Cooking Time 10 min
Ready In 15 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings2

Ingredients

1 large baguette3 cloves of garlic1/4 cup of butter5 tablespoons of fresh parsley
1 large baguette3 cloves of garlic1/4 cup of butter5 tablespoons of fresh parsley
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Preparation

  1. Start by making some cuts in the baguette (the size you want the slices to be).
  2. Heat the butter in a saucepan and combine the minced garlic and chopped parsley.
  3. Put the baguette on a baking sheet and brush generously with the garlic and parsley butter and add butter inside the cuts made in the baguette as well.
  4. Bake at 180°C or 350°F for 10 minutes.
  5. Remove the bread from the oven, cut into slices and brush with the remaining garlic and parsley butter.
Recipe Credit: António Batista, saborintenso.com

Maria Smyth
Maria Smyth
Making this for dinner today. Thanks
1 year ago, Sunday, May 7, 2023
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