"Ghetto" Garlic Bread Using Leftover Hot Dog Buns

I am not sure where this recipe came from or how it came to be called "ghetto" garlic bread, but it has just stuck and we still call it that. Hopefully I do not offend anyone with the name. If so, my apologies.

This is a very simple recipe I have used for many years, and did I mention it is out of this world too?!?

4 Hot Dog Buns, break into two pieces
1/2 stick Butter or margerine
2-3 cloves Garlic, chopped(or grated), or 2 tsp prepared minced garlic from a jar
pinch salt

Melt butter in microwaveable dish. Add garlic and salt. Stir well. Dip hot dog buns into the butter mixture making sure to get the garlic smeared on each piece. Flip each piece over and repeat. Place on a cookie sheet and broil until toasted (2-5 minutes). Serve and watch your family fight over them. :)

Side Note:
This does not work well with garlic powder or garlic salt, but it is doable.

1 comment :

  1. I love the name. We have been eating these since I was a wee one. Hot dog buns or hamburger buns whatever was leftover or marked down. I still prefer this to any other garlic bread.


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