If you're looking for the ideal side dish for fresh summery pizzas or Italian antipasto platters, look no further than the recipe below. Garlic bread gets an al fresco treatment when it's thrown on the grill for a delicious char that brings out all of its delicious flavors.
Garlic has a tendency to burn quite easily; this recipe takes several precautions to ensure that's not an issue. Firstly, instead of raw garlic, a roasted garlic purée is used. This can be prepared either in the oven, in advance, or directly on the grill. Once the bread is spread with the soft, sweet garlic purée, it's wrapped in foil before going on the grill to keep it from burning.