As we were browsing our social media feeds, we found a cheesy treat that made us drool so much. PHOTO: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Instagram/cheesu,ph, Instagram/siftmnl, Cream Cheese Garlic Bread Recipe [Korean Street Food]. Over the last several months, the pull-apart, cream cheese-filled, sauce-dunked, vampire-proof loaf has gone viral and among the people to take notice was Alex Sohn, a Los Angeles-based restaurateur who has a knack for sniffing out popular Korean culinary trends and transplanting back them to the West Coast. Place each bread roll on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Bulacan-based Kuh Meal can deliver within Metro Manila, Bulacan, Rizal and Cavite. Oh man, I’m just salivating writing that and I’ve already made this twice. Your email address will not be published. It comes drenched in a special garlic butter mixture, topped with even more cream cheese, potato flakes, and parsley. Slice the bread into 6 sections but leave the bottom part of the bread intact, don't cut all the way through. Aside from customised cakes and gooey cookies, Dulce Bakery by Mela now offers La Bomba, cream cheese garlic bread.They have 6 flavors to choose from – La Mantequilla, La Pesto, La Pimiento, La Jamon, La Jamon de Jalapeño and La Jalapeño. Breadmaking is truly an art form LOL. You need to get your hands on these ASAP so here’s a list of home bakers that have put their own twist to the Korean cream cheese garlic bread. For those living in Laguna, their cream cheese pull apart is available at Cafe Ella! We're lucky because this street food trend has finally arrived in Manila! When you buy something through our retail links, we may receive a commission. Sohn, who regularly travels to Korea, got his first taste of the hype during a trip to Seoul last fall. Baking days are every Monday, Friday, and Saturday. Why you should get it: They're affordable, and they've got a promo this week: You can get six pieces of Korean cream cheese garlic bread and six pieces of coffee bun for only P390. A box of two originals costs P250, while 4 costs P450. Photo: @gito_este (Instagram) If there’s one thing that Korea is known for, it’s their street food. dm us for orders & inquiry #garlicbreadph #lasagnaph #trufflecreampasta #trufflecreamph #creamcheese #creamcheesefilling #creamcheesegarlicbread #creamcheesegarlicbreadph #allbeeflasagna, A post shared by Relish Mnl (@relishmnl) on Aug 21, 2020 at 1:23am PDT. It's basically a bun sliced like a flower that is filled with cream cheese. It’ll help you loads to know what the dough should look like. Next, plenty of garlic-infused cream cheese is piped between those newly formed petals as if it’s a mega-sized bagel. The Makati-based bakery bakes their Korean cheesy garlic bread upon pick-up, so expect it to still be fresh and warm upon delivery! Invest in a scale if you can; a lot of people underestimate the power of exact measurements in good baking! While there are multiple iterations of Korean garlic bread including mini-versions, Sohn opted to stick with the go-big-or-go-home classic preparation. Relish MNL serves bacon truffle cream pasta, all beef lasagna and Korean cream cheese garlic bread, brioche bun stuffed with cream cheese and soaked in garlic butter sauce! She is constantly on the hunt for the perfect chocolate chip cookie, and a great paperback thriller to pair with it. They also offer Pan De Buono, inspired from Italy’s Margherita Pizza, and Pan De Aji, influenced by their trips to Kyoto. According to Sohn, the origins of Korean garlic bread are debatable, but the city most synonymous with the dish is Gangneung. Sink your teeth into Kneads PH’s freshly baked brioche buns stuffed with whipped cream cheese and drenched in sweet garlic butter sauce. _______ What’s in the Box: Fully baked bread dipped in our magical garlic sauce filled with cheese of your choice. Set aside. Inspired by their travels around the world, Don Bakes brings a piece of Korea to the Metro with their cream cheese garlic bread. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, CBS Local, Mashable, and Gawker. Comfort food kitchen Kuh Meal can serve their cream cheese garlic buns either crunchy or soft – your choice. We are officially on Viber! Cream Cheese Garlic Butter Bread (Korean street food) I’m always on the look out for new trends, especially when it comes to food. Aside from their classic garlic bun and cheesy garlic bun, Sestra Quisina is the first to offer pesto cream cheese buns – definitely not the typical Korean garlic bun we see online. Turn bread roll upside down and drain excess back into your garlic butter bowl so you have less chance of running out. Over the last several months, the pull-apart, During a recent interview with Sohn he discussed the ins and outs of the drool-worthy indulgence, its ascension to food porn centerfold status, and his plan to spread the, It’s sliced from the top into six wedges with the base intact, allowing it to blossom. (I would highly recommend as it adds to the crunch factor.). Whisk thoroughly until combined. _______ Huge thanks for your love and support ❤️ we greatly appreciate your patience in understanding capabilities of working in a small baking studio , A post shared by Calic Bread (@calicbread) on May 27, 2020 at 10:14am PDT, “We had to kind of balance it out for a couple of months,” Sohn admits. For the other variants, a box of 2 costs P300, and a box of 4 P520. You can place your orders on Instagram. One particular trend that we’ve seen in the Korean food scene lately is Korean garlic cream cheese buns. I promise you I’m not a koreaboo, there’s just so many fun street foods and snacks in Korea that I can’t help being inspired by! And on top, the grand finale – a mixture of fresh garlic, melted butter, parmesan cheese, eggs, condensed (or regular) milk, and fresh herbs lathered in and outside the bun. The end result is a bun that’s slightly crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, sweet, and salty in just the right places. They're open from Mondays to Sundays, 9 am to 8 pm – just message their Facebook page. Even without heating it up, the Korean Cream Cheese Garlic Bread by Swee Heng 1989 Bakery is crispy on the outside. Cheesu's bread is coated with French butter, fresh garlic, and parsley. Lola Ester's cream cheese garlic buns cost P250 for two, and P500 for 4. Pipe in the cream cheese filling in the cavity. Delivers from: Makati City Price: P390 for a box of 4 How to order: Send a message on Instagram or at 09175266893 for orders. Yes! Dulce Bakery by Mela For orders and inquiries, dm, text or Viber message them at 09985387783. “Corn is very popular in Korea, especially at pubs and bars.”, Related Reading: Our 15 Favorite Cream Cheese Recipes. Full Baking instructions included. This topping is optional. Check to see if it passes the window-pane test – when you stretch out a small piece of dough, it doesn’t break easily, it’s very stretchy, and light can shine through it. Here's an informative video by Nino's Home. Delivers from: Quezon City Price: Original Cream Cheese – P250/box of 2, P450/box of 4 Mozzarella/Bacon/Assorted – P300/box of 2, P520/box of 4. Goodness overload! But as word quickly spread beyond Koreatown, some adjustments were made to Sun’s recipe, namely the sweetness. A box of 4 costs P390! Input your search keywords and press Enter. If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. This Korean cream cheese garlic bread is so good and easy to make at home. For only $2.50, it has a generous amount of cream cheese, is garlicky and cheesy. D'Joli Treats is based in Antipolo, but can cater to Metro Manila pick-ups.