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Parmesan and Garlic Lavash

8/22/13


Carson's mom, the woman behind this fried chicken, makes a lot of delicious things.  Most recently, this super easy appetizer that you will hover around like a creep until it's gone in your belly and your belly alone.  Seriously, if you're in charge of an appetizer at a party, assemble this and pop it in the oven when you get there and watch the madness ensue.  5 ingredients: lavash, olive oil, garlic, Parmesan and basil.  Soak the chopped garlic in some olive oil...    


...spread it on some lavash (which can be found at most grocery stores)...


...sprinkle the top with Parmesan and fresh basil...



...and bake it at 350 for 10 minutes or so (keeping an eye on it) until it gets all golden and crispy.  Break it apart into pieces, or just eat the whole sheet on your own.

9 comments:

tara said...

That looks so good.

Ruthy @ Omeletta said...

I love the toppings spread edge to edge! This would be amazing with some fresh tomato soup.

LAMchop114 said...

Just wanted to let you know that I've made this three times since you posted it! First time I couldn't find Lavash so I used some other type of "crust" (too thick) but then I found it! Heaven. P.S. I'll probably make it again tomorrow because there's one more piece of lavash left! (Oh, and I think some bacon is in my future too!) That Carson is one lucky guy!

Anonymous said...

OMG I made this for a famiy gathering yesterday and it went flying off the plate! It's seriously so GOOD and so easy to make!

Lauren Brewer said...

I made this last night and it was outrageous. Lavash crack. Flew off the plate. Thank you.

Erin said...

this may be a ridic question, but do you heat the oil and garlic or just soak? thanks! love your site:)

Siri said...

Erin - not ridiculous at all! Just soak : )

gina said...

how much garlic are we talking? the pic looks like a mountain of it...

Siri said...

Gina, she uses the pre-chopped garlic in a jar, which is not as potent as the fresh stuff. I would use a few cloves or a few tablespoons of the jarred stuff.

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