Crispy Parsley Bread

My boyfriend and I love going to Bugatti. We usually get the Ravioli San Marco (lobster ravioli). But I have to admit that I go there for a bigger reason: The yummy, crunchy seasoned bread they serve. I’ve always wanted to re-create it, but it’s tough to replicate a masterpiece.

Here is what I came up with:

Ok, so that is before I put them in the toaster oven. But they came out great!

I sliced some French bread into 1/2-inch thick pieces and lightly coated them with olive oil. Then, I sprinkled some salt, pepper, garlic powder, and LOTS of dried parsley. The parsley gives it a nice crunchy texture on top of the crispiness of the bread once it has been toasted.

I placed them on the wire rack in my toaster oven and toasted them on LIGHT. I let them sit in the oven for five minutes. Then I toasted them on MEDIUM and let them sit for about 5 more minutes. They came out very crunchy and tasted awesome.

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