Unorganized Cooking: Olive Oil Garlic Bread


Hello, again! Back at Unorganized Cooking where once again, I’ll mutilate a beloved appetizer by just simply replacing it with one ingredient. This ingredient is favored by the millions, and saying this will probably be the most controversial thing I’ve said, but if there’s one thing that hurts me more than my crippling scoliosis, that one thing is butter. Sorry if I offended just about everybody reading this, but it’s abominable.

Here’s the ingredients for the two of you still reading this:

  • Olive Oil
  • Garlic
  • Salt
  • Paprika
  • Bread. I thought about being pretentious with this one and got a baguette, but not too pretentious, so I got mine at ShopRite. If anyone knows where I can get better baguettes, please email me.

Cooking Time: Half Hour


  1. First, you’re going to want to get 5 – 6 garlic cloves, wash them, and mince them as small as you can. Just like bogo sort algorithm, I have no technique on how to mince garlic, so I just cut it into random pieces and it still works. At the end, it should look something like this.
  2. Next, and here comes the tough part, pour 3 tablespoons of olive oil. Now, did I actually measure 3 tablespoons? No. I just have to put measurements so that it looks like there’s actually order to this.
  3. Along with that olive oil, put a pinch of paprika and 4 shakes of salt.
  4. If you’re using a baguette, then cut the bread vertically to about 1 inch. If you’re not using a baguette, then simply just cut the bread in half and pour the contents onto the bread.
  5. I didn’t preheat the oven since it was a toaster oven. I forgot to mention this is for a toaster oven, so maybe I should add that in the title. But anyways, put the garlic bread in the toaster oven at around 425 degrees F for around 6 minutes.
  6. I almost forgot to take a photo for the results, so here’s the one garlic bread seconds before disaster.(That garlic bread barely looks toasted.)

And, there you have it. That’s how you make olive oil garlic bread. If you’d like, you can add parsley flakes for extra flavor. For those of you who like butter, seeing this must’ve felt cursed to read.