Garlic Cheese Bread

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There are some foods or dishes in life, which hardly have any dislikers. I feel, one of those is a Garlic Cheese Bread. A recipe which only includes bread, butter, garlic, herbs and lots of cheese, and is customizable beyond belief.  My version of Cheese Garlic Toast recipe is a sure shot winner recipe. It is a easy to prepare, quick and supremely scrumptious.

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About Garlic Cheese Bread

This 15-minute Garlic Cheese Bread, besides being so good and delish, is also for people who want a fuss-free, filling breakfast or brunch.

On special occasions, you can even perk things up in this recipe. Then, serve it as a starter in your get-togethers or parties, or pair with a soup for dinner or lunch.

The choice of bread, cheese and herbs for this Garlic Cheese Bread recipe completely depends on you. I have used brown bread and a combination of cheddar and processed cheese. Even mozzarella cheese works wonders for this recipe.

Best goes with a tomato ketchup. You can even serve Cheesy Garlic Bread with a hot chili, Sriracha or Tabasco sauce.

After assembling the breads, I baked them in an oven. But if you don’t have one, you can even use a skillet or frying pan to cook it on stovetop.

Mentioning the details below or you can even refer to the post of the classic Garlic Bread that is made without cheese.

Which Cheese

Use one type of cheese, a mix of two (example – cheddar + mozzarella) or three (example – cheddar + mozzarella + processed cheese) type depending on what you like.

You could also use cheese slices if you prefer them instead of grated or shredded cheese. Avoid using pre-shredded cheese as they have starch in them, which does not melt them easily.

Mozzarella, Cheddar, Processed Cheese, Monterey Jack, Colby cheese and vegetarian Parmesan cheese are some options you can choose from.

Which Bread

Cheese Garlic Toast is such a versatile recipe that most kinds of breads work well. So you could include Brown Bread, Whole Wheat Bread, White Bread and multigrain bread.

You could also use Naan Bread. Even crusty breads and sourdoughs or ciabatta or french bread work nicely.

Another option is to make the Garlic Cheese Bread with soft dinner rolls. Simply slice them, spread garlic butter (as shown in the recipe), top with cheese, herbs, spices and bake or toast until cheese melts.

On Garlic

While fresh garlic is the best, but in a pinch you could opt to use garlic powder. Swap 1 small to medium garlic clove with ⅛ teaspoon of garlic powder.

Another option is to use garlic salt. But just sprinkle the grated cheese layer on the bread with 1 to 2 pinches of it.

A few readers have asked to me on how to make these toasts without garlic. Well I have a solution for you. Add a few pinches of celery salt or ground celery powder to the butter.

You can also try swapping garlic with 1 pinch of asafoetida (hing) and see how the recipe works for you.

Step-by-Step Guide

How to make Garlic Cheese Bread

Prep Bread and Make Garlic Butter

1. Preheat oven at 200 degrees C/392 degrees F before starting. Cut half a loaf of bread into slices having 0.75 inches width.

You will need about 4 to 5 slices of bread. This recipe makes for 2 to 3 servings. If planning to make for more servings, simply increase the ingredients proportionately.

sliced bread on a chopping board.

2. Now, halve each slice.

halved bread slices on the chopping board.

3. Take 2 tablespoons softened butter (butter at room temperature) in a bowl. I used salted butter. If using unsalted butter, then add some salt according to taste.

softened butter in a bowl.

4. Grate or mince 3 to 4 medium-sized garlic cloves directly into the butter. Instead of garlic, you can also add garlic chives.

You can also crush the garlic in a mortar-pestle and then add to the softened butter.

garlic cloves grated into in the butter.

5. Mix the grated garlic well with the butter.

mixing garlic with the butter in the bowl.

6. Grate 100 grams cheddar or mozzarella cheese – about ½ cup grated cheese.

Feel free to use any melty cheese that you prefer. You can also use only type of cheese or a mix of two to three different cheese. I have used a mix of cheddar and processed cheese.

grated cheese on a plate.

Make Garlic Cheese Bread

7. Now, spread the garlic butter evenly on all the slices.

garlic butter spread on halved bread slices.

8. Top with the grated cheese generously.

buttered bread slice halves topped with grated cheese.

9. Sprinkle with your favorite herbs or spices. You can add oregano, basil, thyme, red chili flakes, black pepper, etc. You can also use Italian seasoning or cajun seasoning if you have it.

herbs and spices sprinkled on the cheese topped bread slice halves.

10. Place the bread slices on a baking tray.

cheese garlic breads placed on a baking tray.

Bake Garlic Cheese Toast

11. Now, keep the baking tray on the top most rack of your OTG with both the top and bottom heating elements on.

If using a microwave oven in the convection mode, then keep the baking tray on the glass turn table.

baking tray kept in the oven for baking.

12. Bake at 200 degrees C/392 degrees F for 5 to 6 minutes or until the edges become light golden, a bit crisp from the sides and the cheese melts. You don’t need to toast these slices.

Once the cheese melts, remove the tray from the oven. If you continue to bake, the fat may separate from the cheese resulting in a chewy or rubbery texture.

baked cheese garlic bread on the tray.

13. Serve hot Garlic Cheese Bread with tomato ketchup as a starter or as as a snack.

cheese garlic bread served on a plate with tomato ketchup on the side.

How to make Garlic Cheese Toast in a skillet or pan

Here’s a fool proof way of making the Garlic Cheese Toast on a skillet, frying pan using a stovetop. It’s no rocket science if you keep a few points in mind.

  • Begin by heating a thick bottomed skillet or frying pan or griddle. The heat has to be on medium or medium-low.
  • Next, put the prepared and assembled Garlic Cheese Bread slices on the tawa. The heat has to be the lowest here.
  • Proceed by covering with a lid. The lid must not touch the cheese on the bread.
  • Toast or cook for a few minutes or till the cheese is nice, gooey and molten.

Recipe Tips

  1. Spices and Seasonings: You can add herbs or spices as per your palate preference. Some that you can use are – basil, thyme, oregano, red chili flakes, black pepper, Italian seasoning and even cajun seasoning.
  2. Fresh herbs: If using fresh herbs, sprinkle them on the Garlic Cheese Toast after being baked.
  3. Add-ins: Make a variety of Garlic Cheese Bread with these optional add-ins and toppings. So you could add olives, grated carrots, jalapeño, sautéed mushrooms or sautéed spinach, steamed corn and sun-dried tomatoes.
  4. Toasting in Convection mode: You can bake this garlic cheese bread in a microwave oven only if it has the convection mode.
  5. Toasting in a pan: Ensure to use a thick bottomed pan/skillet and cook on low heat when cooking on a stovetop.


Which breads can I use for this recipe?

Many bread types can be used for this recipe. For instance, whole wheat, brown, multigrain or white.

Is it possible to use a mix of both cheddar and mozzarella cheese in this recipe?

Yes, why not. Go ahead and use a mix of both if you like it that way.

Can I use processed cheese in this recipe instead of mozzarella cheese?

Yes, you can.

How can I make this garlic cheese bread in a microwave?

You can only make this recipe in a microwave if it has the convection mode. Otherwise, it is not possible.

While cooking this bread on the skillet, it got burnt. What could be the reason?

You may not have used a thick bottomed skillet to cook it. Also, the heat has to be low while cooking the bread or else it will burn.

Can I make this bread without garlic? What is the substitute for garlic in this recipe?

You can make this bread without garlic. In this scenario, try adding a pinch of asafoetida or hing for flavor and see how it works out. Or opt to add a few pinches of celery salt or celery powder to the softened butter.

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cheese garlic bread recipe

Garlic Cheese Bread

This oven baked Garlic Cheese Bread is an easy to prepare, quick and supremely scrumptious snack. A recipe which only includes bread, butter, garlic, herbs, lots of cheese, and can be customized in so many ways. A sure shot winner recipe!
4.87 from 29 votes
Prep Time 9 minutes
Cook Time 6 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Cuisine World
Course Appetizers
Diet Vegetarian
Difficulty Level Moderate
Servings 3


  • 4 to 5 slices bread or half a loaf of bread. you can use whole wheat or brown or multi grain or white bread
  • 2 tablespoon Butter salted or unsalted
  • 3 to 4 garlic cloves – medium sized. peeled, minced or grated or finely crushed
  • 100 grams mozzarella cheese or ½ cup grated cheese – processed or cheddar or mozzarella cheese or a mix of two to three cheese
  • ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper or add as required
  • ¼ teaspoon red chili flakes or add as required
  • ½ teaspoon dry oregano or any dried herbs, add as required
  • salt – as required and only to be added if using unsalted butter



  • Preheat oven for 10 minutes at 200 degrees C/392 degrees F before baking.
  • Slice the loaf of bread in slices having 0.75 inches width. Now halve each slice.
  • Take the softened butter (butter at room temperature) in a bowl. I used salted butter. If using unsalted butter, then add a bit of salt.
  • Grate or mince 3 to 4 medium peeled garlic cloves directly into the softened butter. Instead of garlic, you can also add garlic chives.
  • Mix the grated garlic very well with the butter.
  • Grate cheddar or mozzarella cheese. You will need about ½ cup of grated cheese.

Making Garlic Cheese Bread

  • Now spread the garlic butter evenly on all the slices.
  • Top with the cheese generously.
  • Sprinkle with your favorite herb or spice. You can add oregano, basil, red chili flakes, black pepper, Italian seasoning etc.
  • Place the bread slices in a baking tray.

Baking Garlic Cheese Toast

  • Now keep the baking tray on the top most rack of your oven. If using a microwave oven in the convection mode, then keep the baking tray on the glass turn table.
  • Bake at 200 degrees C/392 degrees F for 5 to 6 minutes or till the edges become a light golden and a bit crisp. 
  • The cheese will also melt. You don't need to toast these slices.
  • Serve these Garlic Cheese Bread hot with tomato ketchup as a starter or as as a snack.


How to make Garlic Cheese Toast on a stove top in a frying pan or skillet

  1. Heat a thick bottomed skillet or frying pan or griddle on a medium heat.
  2. Reduce the heat to the lowest and then place the prepared bread slices on the frying pan or skillet.
  3. Cover with a lid in such a way that the lid does not touch the grated cheese.
  4. Toast for a few minutes until the cheese melts.


Recipe Notes

  • Make the recipe your own by adding the herbs, spices or seasonings that you like. You can use both fresh herbs or dried herbs. If using fresh herbs, sprinkle them on the Garlic Cheese Bread after they are baked. Dried herbs can be added before baking. 
  • Omit black pepper and red chilli flakes if making for small kids. 
  • Optional toppings are to add some olives, grated carrots, jalapeño, sautéed mushrooms or sautéed spinach, steamed corn and sun-dried tomatoes.
  • Feel free to add one type of cheese or a combination of two to three cheese kinds. Instead of shredded or grated cheese, you could also use cheese slices.
  • Mozzarella, Cheddar, Processed Cheese, Monterey Jack, Colby cheese and vegetarian Parmesan cheese are some options to choose from.
  • Scale the recipe to make for more servings.

Nutrition Info (Approximate Values)

Nutrition Facts
Garlic Cheese Bread
Amount Per Serving
Calories 275 Calories from Fat 153
% Daily Value*
Fat 17g26%
Saturated Fat 9g56%
Trans Fat 0.3g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 4g
Cholesterol 46mg15%
Sodium 837mg36%
Potassium 102mg3%
Carbohydrates 20g7%
Fiber 2g8%
Sugar 3g3%
Protein 12g24%
Vitamin A 516IU10%
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 0.2mg13%
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0.2mg12%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 2mg10%
Vitamin B6 0.1mg5%
Vitamin B12 1µg17%
Vitamin C 1mg1%
Vitamin D 0.1µg1%
Vitamin E 0.5mg3%
Vitamin K 6µg6%
Calcium 230mg23%
Vitamin B9 (Folate) 35µg9%
Iron 2mg11%
Magnesium 24mg6%
Phosphorus 174mg17%
Zinc 1mg7%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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This Garlic Cheese Bread recipe from the archives first published in July 2015 has been republished and updated on January 2023.

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  1. Yummy!! My son is just loving it. Asking me to make again and again.
    It’s also easy and not time consuming5 stars

  2. Intsten of mozzarella cheese I want to use processed cheese is that possible

  3. I loved the recipe made for the first time and it was a first time baking so loved it came out to be really good only I didn’t used mozzarella cheese or it was a perfect taste same as a pizza hut garlic bread thanks ❤5 stars

    1. khanita, preheating is required. i have mentioned in the first step. preheat for 15 minutes at 200 degrees celsius.

  4. Hello mam,my hubby loves garlic bread…wanna try it ….plz tell me can we use processed cheese spread instead of processed cheese??

    1. shuchi, processed cheese spread will give a different taste. but you can still try. with cheese the taste is better. you can even use cheddar or mozzarella cheese.

  5. Soooooo gooooodddd!!! Sent to my kids’ school for potluck day. Sampled one and expecting rave reviews when they come back!!!

    Love all the recipes that I’ve tried from your site. U are my first choice for vegetarian non-South Indian food!!! Love, love, love your blog. Thanks for all the time and effort you put into it, and a BIG thanks for sharing your wonderful recipes!!5 stars

    1. Welcome Preeti. Glad to know this. Thanks for your appreciation and kind words.

  6. Hello don’t u think u r the best chef ever… Coz I really think so u also think. .. tried yesterday they were toooo good… God bless.5 stars

  7. Hey I think you are the bestest chef ever seriously… I made them tonight they came out really good … Hats off to you… All your dishes are out of the world. ..5 stars

  8. Hlo…
    I jst tried d recipe… it was so yummy.. tx alot for ur wonderful illustrations
    Do tell how to make chocolate cake in convection mode?4 stars

  9. Thank u so much for this simple yet amazing recipe

    I love ur recipes and they come to my aid whenever I am in a fix as to wat to cook.

    Thanks again 🙂5 stars

  10. Hi,
    I tried this sterday in my convection microwave. Unfortuantely,the cheese i put on the top became brown n hard 🙁 Where did i go wrong? 🙁

    1. what temperature did you use and did you use convection mode only or both convection & microwave combination mode.

  11. Thanks a lot once again for a wonderful recipe… Quick to make and yummy… Hubby loved it
    Thanks a lot
    Five stars!5 stars

  12. Hi Dassana. I always turn to your site when I need a recipe. 🙂 Though the taste was good, even after baking for 10 minutes, the cheese hadn’t melted. But the bread got toasted and became too crisp. Is it because I used parmesan cheese? My knowledge of the types of cheese is practically zilch.5 stars

    1. thanks saurabh. parmesan cheese won’t melt. you can mix it with a cheese that melts like mozzarella or cheddar. generally parmesah cheese is used to sprinkle on salads or pasta or soups.

  13. Super easy and super yumm. I also added a bit of virgin olive oil to the butter. Turned out more delicious.

    Thanks for sharing such fantastic recipes.

  14. Hi
    Thanks for all your recipes they’re wonderful.
    I am intrigued by mention of garlic chives.
    Do you get them here in India?
    What are they called in North India?
    While I’m at it, could you also help me, where can I get pearl barley?
    Or barley grains without the chaff?
    To make lemon barley water?
    Thanks again for a wonderful website.

    1. thanks. we do get garlic chives in india. they are called as hara lahsun in hindi. but usually garlic chives are available during indian winters. barley is called as jau in hindi and you should be able to get them in a local grocery store.

  15. Hi mam I have LG microwave convection oven. I baked it for 8 minutes at 200°c but neither the bread was brown even a little nor the cheese melted. What should I do ?

    1. chandni, baking for some more time is needed. i hope you preheated the oven for at least 10 to 15 minutes before you kept the bread for baking.

  16. Hey Amit it is really helpful… and you are awesome… i fixed my big problem in small manner.. by just following your steps… thanks a lottttt….5 stars

  17. Hi..i love your recipes. .its really helpful specially when leaving alone and no help around. .hehe…i just had a request. .could you post the recipe of baked vegetables too..i love it…
    Hey your photos are beautiful. ..and tempting…
    Thanks again5 stars

    1. thankyou so much dipti 🙂 for your kind and positive words. have taken your request for baked vegetables on our file and you are welcome.

  18. Hi dassana, made this recipe in my new OTG. It was fantastic. With your help and your recipes want to bake cakes. Thanks for sharing so many recipes. U to care. Marina5 stars

    1. new otg 🙂 congrats. i am also thinking of getting one 🙂 and thanks for the feedback. always appreciated. tc.

      1. you know dassana i decided on an OTG only after i came across your site and reading so many baking recipes … and also reading the comments section where a few readers had taken your advice on what to buy microwave or OTG … so i now hv and OTG and a microwave solo … thanks to you… tc
        marina5 stars

        1. pleased to know this marina 🙂 otg is always preferred and you are welcome. also congrats on your new otg.

  19. Thankyou for so many tasty recipes dassana …..i love ur cooking n the step by step explaination with picture ….hats off to you …god bless u n ur family4 stars

  20. Hi dassana amit,
    I have visited ur site 4 d 1st time and the way u have explained the recipe is commendable.. Thanks for making it user friendly.. Wud love to try it at home asap..

  21. Urs recipes are vry nyc.. i love to watch it nd also cook it.. it comes with delicious recipes.

  22. hello mam,made bread pizza using readymade topping as i had already available that….came out really very good …thank you…and with your valuable guidance now i am learning baking….once again thank you so next trial will be capsicum toast ..if i make them in otg than the regular toaster will the taste be different ?and how long will it take to bake ?

    1. welcome shuchi and good to know. the taste is slightly different in an oven. generally takes about 10 to 15 minutes at 180 degrees celsius. just the bread has to get golden and crisp.

  23. Hi mam,currently i dont have the muffin tray.,.and want to make bread tartlets …is there any way to make this without the muffin tray ?and i also could not understand whats the use of aluminium foil you mentioned while toasting the bread ..plz also clear this…

    1. hmmm. just make it like you make toasts. slice the edges of the bread and make 4 pieces, if the medium to large sized bread. for small bread, make two pieces. place them in a baking tray or pan and toast them till the edges are light golden to golden. the foil is use to secure the bread slices in the muffin tray. you won’t need them. then add the stuffing and bake till the cheese melts. you will make open toast slices instead of the tartlets 🙂

  24. hi mam,tried this yesterday,came out well…but without garlic some taste was missing,,,and tasted like a bread butter,,,i added a pinch of asafoetida too….but thanks to sharing such a wonderful recipe in an easy way….and a very very special thanks for your all quick and valuable replies to all my next trial will be bread pizza…thank you so much….

    1. no need to make any changes. you can use the same proportion for all the recipes. if you use cup measurement for maida, then its 1 cup and if weight measurement, then its 125 grams. no issues with posting of your query in this recipe post 🙂

  25. I liked the garlic toast receipe very much. tried it is very tasty. pl put some more veg receipe.4 stars

  26. thank you mam for your valuable reply..i will surely try this soon..but today i m planning to make these cheese bread without garlic as we dont consume this and as per your suggestion i will substitute this with the asafoetida …and let you know ….

    1. welcome shuchi. just add a pinch of asafoetida. you can skip if you want.

  27. yes mam,wire rack can be separated from the otg and can be placed at any rack like the baking tray …so wht to do in this case ?

    1. okay. if you plan to keep a baking tray/pan on the wire rack, then you have to place the rack in the oven and preheat it. here the rack functions like a stand. if you plan to keep the rack on another stand in the oven, then no need to preheat it. i hope i am clear.

  28. Today i made cheese garlic but due to absence of garlic cloves i added garlic powder it turned out to be amazing!

    1. thanks riya for the review and sharing the variation. garlic powder also goes well. in most commercial eateries, they use garlic powder 🙂

  29. Thank you chef for this lovely breakfast recipe.
    But very unfortunate I don’t have oven to bake. Its so sad.
    Now I have to wait for this lovely yummy tummy recipe till oven comes.
    But whenever it comes first recipe will be this and wait for my comment.
    God bless you….5 stars

  30. I made eggless banana bread but i forgot to add baking soda but still the cake turned out to be mind blowing. Again hats off to u for ur hard work. I always use recipes frm ur blog for cooking i regularly visit ur blog thnx a lot for all the mind blowing recipes 🙂5 stars

  31. hi mam,i meant to ask there is a wire rack came along with the otg so if i bake cake in a cake tin kept on this wire rack then this wire rack has to be preheated or not ?as i m new in baking i have no idea ….

    1. shuchi, is the wire rack separate or can be used as stand/rack in the oven. meaning you can place it on the top or middle or lower positions in the oven. let me know.

  32. Hii .. cheese garlic bread looking yummy. . I will also try it .. as it is my husband’s fav.. I hv question that how I cn make it in microwave. Waiting for your reply..

    1. thanks daisy. you can make in convection mode of microwave otherwise not.

        1. duhita, you have to keep till the cheese melts. timing i cannot say as each oven is different.

  33. I have been a great follower of your recipe and explanation. Truely amazing and definitely a useful share for all.

    1. use a thick bottomed tawa and keep the flame on low. the bread won’t burn.

  34. can we add butter in making banana cake instead of oil ?if yes,what should be the quantity and the temperatute of butter to be used ?

    1. yes you can add butter. melt the butter and the same amount as that of oil. the melted butter should be at room temperature.

  35. thank you for your reply…will try this soon…i have to ask if we bake cake or any other thing using the wire rack then should the oven be preheated with this rack or without it ?

    1. the stand/rack which is already a part of the oven will be preheated. you don’t need to remove it. if you plan to keep some other rack, then no need to preheat. in fact there is no need to use a rack when you have an OTG.

  36. Hi Dassana,
    One of my friends suggested me your page to try out new recepis.. i did and since then your recepis are going superhits among the family, friends, family friends and guests… your all recepis have nice texture, homely and rich taste and they invite to try them atleast once not to mention very easy to prepare… want to thank you for sharing lovely recepis and inspiring for cooking.. you have taken cooking to whole another level for me and to many..Thank you!

    1. welcome vinisha. glad to know that you liked the recipes. thanks for sharing positive review on recipes. kindly also say thanks to your friend from my end for recommending the website.

  37. When recipe calls for vinegar can we use rice vinegar? As in some eggless cakes n pudding

    1. rice vinegar has a typical taste. so i am not sure how it would taste in cakes. it tastes good in chinese recipes though. i usually add apple cider vinegar or the regular white vinegar in cakes.

      1. Thanlks Dassanna. And love the new look, now we can easily find the recipes. pictures are also very beauiful.

        1. welcome sushma. thanks for sharing positive feedback on new look of website. still working on it.

  38. Reminds me those at pizza huts, dominoes,etc but i can tell tht the ones u have made beats all the garlic bread. Will try soon to make those delicious garlic bread 🙂

    1. do try riya. in fact even i felt the same. the homemade ones were much better. use a good quality loaf or make one at home 🙂

  39. hi, we dont consume garlic and onion… can we make it without garlic ?and to add the flavour how can we substitute the garlic…?

    1. you can make without garlic. generally hing is used a substitute for both garlic and onion. you can add a pinch of hing to the butter. since i have never made it this way, i am unable to tell you how the final cheese bread will taste. but you can try.

  40. Hi Dassana,

    Buying bajaj 16lts otg. And you know what ? The first baking is going to be your whole wheat bread. Wish me Good luck. So now on I am going to try all your baking goodies one by one coz my kids love to eat baked goodies. By the way you have mentioned to bake bread in 250c but in bajaj otg it is only 200c, for how much time I have to keep the bread in it. Thank you.

    1. all the best and happy baking. don’t get disappointed if the baked goods do not turn out well for the first time. small disasters happen while baking. keep on trying and learning, innovating recipes. you will become a master in baking. you will have to keep the bread for a longer time at 200 degrees celsius. i think approx 10 to 12 minutes. when the top gets browned, knock or tap the bread with your knuckles. it should sound hollow. this means that the bread is done.

      1. Thank u Dassanna. In my home everybody used to say she dont know anything about cooking, now they say she can cook anything, I have become a good cook, trying to be a best cook all because of your foolproof recipes.

  41. Hi dassanna,

    This cheese garlic bread looks absolutely delicious. …..yummmm and so does the lemon coriander rasam will try them very soon……….way to go dassanna

  42. Hi Dassana the bread look really delicious. Can’t wait to try this one I have a request for u can u please post the recipe of sauces that are used in Subway sandwiches.5 stars