You need to look no further than this Bloomin’ Onion Garlic Bread (or Pull Apart Bread) if you’re seeking a quick appetizer to serve your family or friends! Extremely cheesy, cooked between wedges of fresh bread with two types of cheese.
Due to images of stringy cheese pulls and onion bread that was posted all over the Internet, I eventually decided to make this dish.(bloomin’ onion garlic bread)
but naturally with a twist!
Bloomin’ onion bread and garlic bread can be great buddies forever.
With two kinds of cheese, garlic butter, and green onions baked between wedges of fresh bread, Bloomin’ Onion Garlic Bread is ridiculously cheesy. | CafeDeliveries
Pull-apart bread is incredibly simple to make.
How To Prepare Garlic Toast With Blooming Onions:
- The top of the bread will be cut diagonally into 1-inch squares, but try not to cut all the way through! You want the foundation of the bread to remain intact.
- After that, you’ll sprinkle melted garlic butter and green onions over the toast. Before adding them to the bread, I loved frying the green onions in the garlic butter to bring out all of their flavors.
- Any type of cheese will do! I advise using a good melting cheese that tastes great and strings beautifully when supplementing. I use mozzarella and American cheddar.
- Bake the dish until the cheese is melted and bubbling.
I’m not sure what this Bloomin’ Onion Garlic Bread’s best feature is! the ailment? the chives? A CHEESE! LORD!
Every cheese pull begs for a close-up, direct-face photograph.
Simple starter or snack Pull-apart onion-garlic bread
It’s like a river down there.
ONION & CHEESE BREAD
With two kinds of cheese, garlic butter, and green onions baked between wedges of fresh bread, Bloomin’ Onion Garlic Bread is ridiculously cheesy.
- 1 lb. (400-450 g) loaf of unsliced sourdough bread
- 12 cup melted butter
- 2 cloves of garlic, minced or finely chopped
- chopped half a cup of green onions (about 4-5 green onions)
- fresh chopped parsley, divided into two tablespoons.
- Add a little salt
- 5 American cheddar cheese slices
- 1 cup fresh mozzarella cheese, shredded
- Set the oven’s temperature to 180 C or 350 F. Set aside a baking sheet or pan that has been lightly greased with nonstick oil spray.
- Just over 1 inch wide, slice bread in a crisscross pattern without cutting all the way through. Place bread onto prepared baking sheet/tray.
- In a small bowl, mix 1 tablespoon of parsley, green onions, and butter. To taste, add salt and pepper to the dish.
- Insert a mixture of garlic butter and onions into bread cracks. Between the bread slices, arrange cheese slices and shredded cheese.
- Bake for 15 minutes while the foil is covered. Once the cheese is melted and bubbling, remove the foil and bake for an additional 10 to 15 minutes.