Enjoy grilled bread plain or as bruschetta.
|Almost everyone toasts burger and hot dog buns on the grill, but how about regular bread?
You can toast any bread on the grill (it will rejuvenate bread that is no longer fresh, too).
Grilled bread has a lovely smoky flavor and great crunch. It’s a welcome accompaniment to any meal and is very popular with soup and salad. You can also use grilled bread to make bruschetta, crostini or open-faced sandwiches.
This tip is from The Kitchenista, Alissa Dicker-Schreiber.
1. Crusty bread is most delicious when grilled. Slice the bread (not too thin), drizzle or brush lightly with extra virgin olive oil and place on the grill.
2. When the down side turns toasty on one side, flip it to brown on the other side.
|3. Bread will cook pretty quickly, usually within a few minutes. Keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t burn. Serve warm from the grill.
Take a look at the different types of bread in our Bread Glossary.
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