Garlic bread is on a roll, Latest Others News - The New Paper

Thursday, May 17 2018

Garlic bread is on a roll, Latest Others News - The New Paper

"Garlic bread, it's the future. I've tasted it," declared a British comedian a few years ago. It was his punchline to a joke, but truer words have never been spoken.
There is nothing like it - crisp and hot from the oven - with deliciously creamy butter, the sharp zing of garlic and a hint of herbs.
It is no wonder this savoury delight has been experiencing a burst of popularity in recent years, and local supermarket chain FairPrice wants in on the trend.
The FairPrice housebrand Garlic Bread ($4.95 for two rolls) is made in Australia with the highest-quality ingredients and promises to satisfy the most picky eater.
Each roll packs a punch - soft bread slathered with rich butter.
When baked, the roll becomes beautifully bronzed with a crisp crust that gives a satisfying crunch with every bite, and a moist, flavourful, buttery centre.
Health Why you should eat more cauliflower May 21, 2018 The product is halal, making it enjoyable for all.
Just pop it in the microwave for two minutes, conventional oven for 10 to 12 minutes, or toaster oven for 14 to 16 minutes, and it is ready to go.
Not only is it the perfect convenient shortcut for our busy modern lifestyles, a first-rate frozen garlic bread can also be as versatile as olive oil.
Use it as a side dish for any of your favourite pasta meals, especially any with a marinara base.
The rich tomato flavour enhances the crispy texture and piquant tang of garlic bread.
The crispy texture also makes it the classic accompaniment to just about any kind of stew or soup.
Although it is generally paired with a tomato-based soup, it pairs well with seafood, vegetable or chicken stews and other soups too. It also makes a perfect garnish for black bean soups.
For a potluck or a night in, try your hand at making some garlic bread nachos - so mouth-watering that even the threat of garlic breath will not hold you back.
Simply layer the garlic bread with tortilla chips, spring onions, and a variety of cheeses before baking it till it reaches golden-brown perfection.
Serve it with guacamole and watch it disappear in minutes.
Another option is to bring out your inner bourgeois with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc or any dry Italian white wine with crisp citrus flavours that will pair beautifully with the sharp tang of garlic bread.