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Why Korean Cream Cheese Garlic Bread Is What Dreams Are Made Of

We can't stop thinking about it!
Why Korean Cream Cheese Garlic Bread Is What Dreams Are Made Of
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We can't stop thinking about it!

We're a sucker for anything that has cheese on it, especially if it involves butter and carbs! As we were browsing our social media feeds, we found a cheesy treat that made us crave. Lo and behold, the Korean cream cheese garlic bread, a famous street food find in South Korea.

It's basically a bun sliced like a flower that is filled with cream cheese. It is then soaked in garlic butter sauce to give that nice flavor and moist texture. Since it's a pull-apart bread, it's bascially good for sharing (or not).

Can I make my own Korean cream cheese garlic bread at home?

Yes! You can make your own bread, but we think it's fine to use store-bought buns. You also need cream cheese, whipping cream, and sugar for the filling. As for the garlic-butter sauce, you must have the following: garlic, butter, condensed milk, and parsley. Here's an informative video by Nino's Home.

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Where can I buy Korean cream cheese garlic bread?

We're lucky because this street food trend has finally arrived in Manila! Check out these places where you can order the Korean cheesy treat:

Cheesu.PH

@cheesu.ph

Why you should get it: Their buns are BIG enough for sharing! These are best served warm so reheat them before eating.

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Location: Makati

Price: P390/box of four

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Sift MNL

@siftmnl

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.

Location: Quezon City

Price: P230/box of six

Kuh Meal

@kuhmealph

Why you should get it: It's a cool take of the Korean cheese garlic bread: It uses a brioche bun and filled with loads of cheddar cheese.

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Location: Bulacan

Price: P95/piece

*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.


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