How to Make Garlic Toast

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How to Make Delicious Garlic Toast

Here's an oh, so simple way to turn leftover French or Italian bread into delicious garlic and herb-seasoned toast to go with your pasta meal or to complement soup or a dinner salad. All you need is the leftover bread, some softened butter, and the right seasoning.

Tonight, I chose Garlic and Herb Seasoning from Kaina's Spices for Less. The result? An exceptionally flavorful, slightly spicy, delicious toast that tasted great with our homemade gumbo.

This is a method more than a recipe. Vary both the bread and the seasonings according to your family's preferences. Use less seasoning for the kiddos.

How to Make Garlic Toast

Ingredients: 
Leftover French or Italian bread (or use fresh bread), two to three slices per person
Softened butter
Garlic and herb seasoning 

Method:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 
Using a bread knife, slice bread into 1-inch slices. Arrange on a non-greased baking sheet.
Spread each slice generously with softened butter.  
Sprinkle with the seasoning. Be generous. 
Place the baking sheet in the oven. Set the timer for 5 minutes. 
Check the toast after 5 minutes. If you want it a little browner or crisper, leave it in for a minute or two more. For extra-toasty, turn the slices over and toast for a minute more.
Remove from the oven and serve hot. 

Enjoy your delicious garlic toast!

P.S.  Kaina's Spices For Less sells high-quality, freshly packaged, very affordable herbs and spices. I'll be writing more about them as I try more of the varieties that I've ordered. So far, I am truly impressed!


2 comments:

  1. Oh Susan, Nothing I like better with my pasta than garlic toast, I'll have to try this seasoning Thanks for another great one :)

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    1. Thanks so much, Sam. Always appreciate your visits! Hope you do get a chance to try the seasoning. It's really, really tasty!

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