Mystery Science Kitchen 3000

Night of the Garlic Bread

Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 5+ minutes
Serves: As many as you want
Difficulty: I’ve made this on accident before
Recommended Main Dishes: Anything Italian. Also chili.

Ingredients:
Bread (baguette or at least in loaf form)
Garlic Powder
Italian seasoning
Steak seasoning
Butter

Step 1: Moses the Buns
Cut down the side of the bread and be careful not to shiv yourself in the hand. You can cut the bread in half as well, make half cuts for easy separation, or just lave it whole.
Step 2: Imma’ Butter Your Bread
Butter up the bread on both sides and toss on some garlic powder and steak seasoning. Just wing it on the amounts. If you don’t have steak seasoning, use pepper, salt, and something a little spicy. A touch of chili powder or cayenne pepper will do the trick.

Step 3: Fire? FIRE!
Set the oven to broil and place the bread on a piece of tin foil. Open the bread up so that the buttery sides are up and place directly under the fire. Leave it there for a few minutes and turn it around for another minute or so. Pay attention at this step because it is very easy to burn. No one likes the taste of carbon.

Step 4: Eat and Enjoy
Stick it in your mouth. Masticate and swallow. Repeat for best results, but be careful with this recipe. While dining, a local roller derby associate kicked down the front door, threatened us with a pizza cutter, and demanded our delicious bread. We fended her off with week old baguettes which we brandished like baseball bats.

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This entry was written by rhetorock and published on January 5, 2012 at 10:01 am. It’s filed under Recipes. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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