It is a truth universally known that if an Italian is serving pasta, there must also be bread of some sort to mop up the sauce. Doubling up on the carbs is just how we roll. I hosted Christmas Day here for Marc’s side of the family and it involved an Italian feast. I made my meaty lasagna roll ups, meatballs and sausage in gravy, roasted brussels sprouts and a garden salad. To bring it all together and have something to mop up all of that gravy, I also quickly put together this parmesan garlic bread! It could not have been easier or more scrumptious.
That parmesan garlic bread baked in my 350 oven for just about 15 minutes to get perfectly golden and flavorful with a layer of melty parmesan on top. Then it was ready to serve. Oh my goodness, it brought the whole Italian feast together! I think it’s one of my favorite parts of eating to mop up delicious gravy with a crusty piece of garlic bread. I also loved sharing my Italian food with my Polish and Hungarian in-laws. It was a lovely Christmas. Enjoy, friends! xo