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It’s difficult for me to find a garlic bread that I don’t like. Bread. Butter. Garlic. Yum. Can’t really mess it up. One if the most challenging things people encounter is burning the bread. Butter burns quickly and easily at high temperatures. And if you like crusty garlic bread, this is a real dilemma because the butter will almost certainly burn before the bread is crusty enough. What to do?
The answer is extra virgin olive oil. Just as olive oil prevents butter from burning in a sauté pan, the same is true on your bread. Not to mention that a little extra virgin olive oil makes your bread taste even that much better. Try this. It’s magic.