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Garlic bread

With herbs according to taste and definitely with garlic

From the grill or from the oven – with our recipe for garlic bread, stale bread gets a second and very tasty appearance.


For 6 servings
125  g Butter
½  Bunch Parsley
5  Branches Thyme
2   Clove of garlic
   Salt and pepper
1   Baguette (or ciabatta bread or rolls, preferably from the day before)
20 min

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Step 1

Put 125 g of butter in flakes in a mixing bowl. Wash half a bunch of parsley, dry and chop finely. Pluck thyme leaves from the branches, chop as well and add to the butter with the parsley.

Step 2

Peel 2 cloves of garlic and finely chop or press. Add 1/2 tsp salt and a little pepper to the butter and mix everything with the electric hand blender to a smooth mass. Shape the butter with your hands into an elongated "sausage", wrap it in Toppit's® sandwich paper and place it in the fridge for 30 minutes.

Step 3

Cut the baguette into 6 pieces and halve lengthwise. Brush the bread pieces thickly with garlic butter on top. Put garlic bread with the bottom on the hot grill and grill for 5-10 minutes. If you don't like to put your garlic bread on the grill, wrap the coated baguette pieces loosely in Toppit's® aluminum foil and then place them on the hot grill for about 10 minutes.


If you prefer your garlic bread pure or have no herbs in the house, only mix butter with garlic, salt and pepper.

The garlic bread can also be prepared wonderfully in the oven. Preheat it to 200 °C. Place the prepared baguette pieces on an oven grate covered with baking paper and roast on a medium rail for 5-8 minutes.

Garlic bread freshly coated and grilled on paper

The best for leftovers

This recipe is perfect for using dry bread or rolls. The butter layer makes the baked bread really juicy and crispy.

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