Monday, July 18, 2011

Asiago Bread

There is no reason to heat up your oven for some hot, cheesy bread this summer. I sometimes like to serve bread on the side in the summer, but who wants to heat up the kitchen. With a quick broil you can have your bread and eat it, too.

I love to serve this as a side with a chilled Greek Salad. Or with a Maryland crab feasty or steamed shrimpies. What ever you decide to pair this bread up with, you will be pleased. Everyone loves this simple to make bread and you will get compliments. Enjoy!!!

Asiago Bread

  • 1 multigrain loaf, sliced
  • Smart Balance margarine
  • garlic powder
  • Asiago cheese, grated
Ask the store to slice the loaf of bread if it isn't already sliced, this will be a time saver for you later. Spread a thin layer of margarine on one side of bread slices. Place slices on a very large cookie sheet, margarine side up, do not overlap bread or it will not broil evenly. Generously sprinkle garlic powder on top of bread slices. Then put about a tablespoon or so of Asiago cheese to cover the top of the bread. Place under broil on high and broil for 3-5 minutes. Remove as soon a cheese is melted and you may lighty brown it if you wish. Also you will probably have to do this twice since all of the bread will not fit across the sheet.

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