Pub Style Cheesy Bread

Big soft pillows of gooey cheese! I remember when I first had this kind of cheesy bread when I was younger. It seemed like it had to be the best appetizer/ side dish ever! Often it is served with marinara sauce but I like it best served with a big bowl of creamy clam chowder.

Bake these soft sourdough rolls until they have just a smidgen of crispiness at the edges. The cheese should be gooey and stringy in the middle. Yum!
Making Pub Style Cheesy Bread is crazy simple but it's important to do a couple of things so that it comes out right.
Always be sure to butter the bread out to the very crust so the edges get a little bit crispy and be careful not to over cook them or the cheese will become to dry and hard.

The cheese traditionally used for this yummy Pub Style Cheesy Bread, is a blend of Cheddar and Monterrey Jack. The bread is always a sourdough style roll. You'll want to stick with these to achieve the same results as other combinations can vary in taste and texture considerably.


Pub Style Cheesy Bread


sourdough french rolls

shredded cheddar jack cheese


garlic powder

kosher salt

minced fresh parsley


Butter the bread all the way to the very edge. 

Sprinkle each slice with garlic powder and a pinch of kosher salt, then lots of shredded cheese and a scattering of minced fresh parsley.

Bake in an oven preheated to 375 degrees for about 8 minutes or until the cheese has melted and just barely started to brown.

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