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  • Grilled Garlic Bread

    grilledgarlicbreadGrilled Garlic Bread

    I know! I couldn’t believe it myself when I ran across this recipe from Emeril. Grilled garlic bread, what could possible be better. Now at first I was thinking how are you going to grill bread, then it dawned on me, in aluminum foil, and sure enough the recipe did not let me down.

    This simple recipe starts by creaming some butter with parsely, garlic, lemon juice, and Emeril’s Creole seasoning. Be sure to let your unsalted (REAL) butter get to room temperature and use your mixer to cream the butter.

    In the picture you will notice some salmon, Copper River Wild Sockeye to be exact. I am telling you, there is nothing like wild caught salmon – the juices from the fish make the BBQ go wild. At any rate, I kept the salmon very simple because I wanted to evaluate the garlic bread without an overpowering fish or sauce. So it was garlic salt, onion salt, and I squeezed a lemon over the top of the salmon – simply yet delicious.

    So lets move on to the garlic bread.


    1 stick unsalted butter – room temperature
    1 tablespoon minced fresh parsley (I used Italian parsley)
    2 teaspoons minced garlic
    1 teaspoon Emeril’s Creole Seasoning
    1 teaspoon freshly squeezed lemon juice
    1/8 teaspoon salt
    1 French bread.


    Preheat your grill to medium-high.

    Cream the butter, parsley, garlic, Creole Seasoning, lemon juice, and salt together in a mixing bowl.

    Slice the loaf of bread in half horizontally (lengthwise). Brush the cut side of each piece evenly with the garlic butter mixture. Put the two halves together and wrap tightly with aluminum foil.

    Place the foiled bread on the grill and cook until the bread is crisp on the outside and warm in the middle, about 10 minutes. Turn occasionally.

    Remove the bread from the grill and keep warm in the oven, in the foil, until ready to serve.

    Slice the bread crosswise into serving pieces and serve.

    Published on June 2, 2009 · Filed under: Sides; Tagged as: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
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