H's fabulous Brie Garlic Bread. Great recipe for H's fabulous Brie Garlic Bread. this will make an elegant starter or a very complimentary side dish to any main meal. beware, guests go back for sseconds, will try for thirds but guaranteed there will be no left overs ever. :ohyeaah I've been seeing pull apart bread everywhere. I first saw it on Beantown Baker's site where she made a Cheesy Mushroom Pull Apart Bread. One look and the ideas started to flood in.

H's fabulous Brie Garlic Bread

Melted cheese serves as a delicious appetizer or even a full meal in many forms around the world, but particularly in France. From tangy Raclette to Fondue Savoyarde, melted cheese and bread has been fortifying folks for centuries. Brie baked in a bread bowl is, for me, a cheater version of fondue. You can cook H's fabulous Brie Garlic Bread using 4 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of H's fabulous Brie Garlic Bread

  1. Prepare 1 loaf of ciabbatta or fresh french loaf.
  2. Prepare 5 large of cloves garlic crushed. more if required for a large loaf..
  3. It’s 1 packages of brie cheese and/or Camembert Cheese.
  4. Prepare 1 stick of butter, again, more if you have a large loaf.

See great recipes for Fabulous Potatoes! So Easy!, fabulous cup cakes too!. Combine garlic and oil in small baking dish. It comes out of the oven gooey and cheesy and loaded with rich garlic and herb flavors!

H's fabulous Brie Garlic Bread instructions

  1. preheat oven to 200.
  2. slice the loaf in slits.
  3. spread butter evenly into each slit..
  4. spread freshly crushed garlic into each slit.
  5. add sliced cheese into each slit..
  6. roll in tin foil (shiny side in)..
  7. bake for 15-20 Mins..
  8. enjoy with a barbeque or with oven roasted lamb loins and mash potatoes.

This is the ultimate holiday appetizer for any party! Brie is slightly creamier (and fatty) since cream is added to it. But the main difference, to me, is flavor. Camembert is more intense, deep and earthy than brie, requiring an acquired taste for it! If Camembert is not for you, this recipe also works perfectly with brie.