Irrestistable Cheesy Garlic Pesto Bread
Have you ever made something so irresistible as this recipe named; Irresistible Cheesy Garlic Pesto Bread Recipe? If not yet, this is the moment when you have to sit down and pay your precious attention to this hard to resist article. This recipe will make you crave for more! With all the cheese and pesto, why wouldn’t it be tempting? But I’m afraid that for now, we’ll have to fight the temptation it brings and learn a little bit about the person and the blog who brought this temptation to us.
Some say that temptations are bad. However, we disagree and want to introduce you to the lady behind this tempting recipe. Andi from San Francisco is responsible for this Cheesy Garlic Pesto Bread Recipe. She is also the woman behind the blog Weary Chef. Andi, is a wife, and stay at home mother of two young boys. She wakes up early, and gets the kids off to bed around 7:30pm every night, so she can relax and make her and her husband a late dinner. The blog was born in January 2013. Andi has been obsessed with simple recipes. She offers easy to make recipes for everyone. In her blog, you’ll see a lot of Asian inspired recipes that will certainly make you go ‘Hmm!’
One of the main ingredients of Irresistible Cheesy Garlic Pesto Bread is, of course, pesto. If you haven’t heard of it, let me fill you in. According to Wikipedia, pesto is a northern Italian sauce recipe that is made of crushed garlic, basil, and European pine nuts blended with olive oil, Parmesan cheese, and Fiore Sardo which is a cheese made from sheep’s milk. It is prepared by using a marble mortar and wooden pestle. Pesto should be placed in an airtight container. It can be refrigerated and could last a week.
This bread recipe is sure to taste as good as it looks, with ingredients like this you could eat it all the time. This would be a great bread recipe to serve with pasta dishes, such as spaghetti and meatballs, and lasagna. It makes a good side dish recipe, and is sure to get eaten up quickly.
To make this simple bread recipe you will need a loaf of French bread, some melted butter, some pesto and some provolone cheese. When you have your ingredients together preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Slice the loaf of bread into 3/4 inch slices, leaving the bread attached at the bottom near the crust, so that it can hold the loaf together. Then put the sliced loaf of bread onto a piece of aluminum foil that is a bit longer than the loaf of bread. Now mix the melted butter and the pesto together, and with a basting brush, spread the butter mixture over the top and inside each of the slices in the loaf. Cut the cheese into slices and cut into pieces that can be placed onto each slice of bread in the loaf. You will want to crimp the aluminum foil around the bottom of the bread so that it holds together, and also to catch any drips of butter or cheese that may fall. Place the aluminum foil covered loaf of bread into the preheated oven and bake for approximately fifteen minutes, or until the top of the loaf is a nice golden brown, and the cheese is melted.
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