Roasted Garlic for Johnny Carino’s (Copycat) Olive Oil Bread Dip

Everyone knows the best part of going to an Italian restaurant is the appetizer bread and butter, but you can’t get any better than Johnny Carino’s roasted garlic olive oil bread dip. The herb-infused olive oil is great on its own, but the roasted garlic gives it an extra pop of flavor and crisp texture that make it amazing. Now you can make it too! Ways to Use Johnny Carino’s (Copycat) Roasted Garlic Bread Dip Use the dip just like it sounds, as a dip for your bread sticks, or you can use it as a topping for garlic bread …

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Home of the Stuffed Burgers

Home of the Stuffed Burgers Welcome to the Cantina Burger Cafe! Get a Stuffed Burger Press Make your own stuffed burgers with a stuffed burger press!  Click any arrow below to jump to that section. How to Make Stuffed Burgers Cantina Stuffed Burger Recipes How to Make Burger Buns Click Here For Your Stuffed Burger Press Get a Stuffed Burger Press Now Make your own stuffed burgers with a stuffed burger press! Get it now! Here’s How to Make Your Own Stuffed Burgers Stuffed Burgers Can Be as Easy as 1 2 3… Make crowd-pleasing burgers in just three easy …

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Ham and Cheese Canapés (French Apetizer Bread)

These ham and cheese canapes make cute snacks or appetizers. You can even have make-ahead canapes by preparing the bread and toppings separately and assembling them when you’re ready. Canapes: The French Apetizeer Bread The word canape (can-uh-pay) is French for sofa. It’s as if the toppings were sitting on a “sofa” of bread. Canapes are French appetizer breads that are made in a specific pan for the right sizing and shape, sliced, and topped. They’re typically small, savory bread bites that can be made into works of art with the shaping and toppings. Notice how the image above shows …

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How to Make Monkey Bread

Monkey bread is a pull-apart loaf usually baked into a ring using a bundt pan.  It’s made with yeast dough, cut into pieces, and slathered in a cinnamon-sugar mixture or a caramel sugar mixture.  When it comes from the oven, you pull pieces from the ring, covered with a warm sticky coating, and eat them with your fingers or a fork.  Think of it as cinnamon rolls or sticky buns in bite sized pieces. Soon after we discovered monkey bread, Debbie, our daughter, made a cinnamon bun monkey bread, filled the center with a soft cream cheese frosting, and took …

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