Serve freshly baked garlic bread that your customers will love
Garlicky goodness: there’s nothing quite like freshly baked garlic bread in your bakery, cafe or restaurant. Not only will your customers keep coming back for this crusty, aromatic delight, but it’s also the perfect accompaniment to soups and tossed salads.
Since you’ll be using an extremely versatile dough base, you can use it to make cheesy garlic bread and even change up its shape – the possibilities are endless. You can also use the dough base to bake french bread sticks, long rolls and more!
Read on to learn how you can make garlic bread in your business or bakery.
Why is garlic bread so popular?
There’s nothing quite like the rich combination of garlic and butter on top of freshly baked bread.
Originating from Italy, there’s so many different variations of garlic bread that you can make – whether that be cheesy garlic bread, herbed garlic bread and so many more gourmet or artisan variations.One of the best parts about garlic bread and why it’s so popular is also because it pairs with everything from pasta to creamy soups and fresh salads. It’s also perfect on its own, just as long as you don’t skimp on the butter!
Enjoy baking amazing-quality products that your customers love, all without the extra time, effort and cost.
Preparation Instructions for Our Dough Base
By using Suprima’s versatile dough base, baking fresh garlic bread will take minimum effort. Using our long roll dough base, follow the preparation instructions on our method sheet.
It’s as easy as:
- Create desired shape
- Add desired fillings/ toppings (optional)
To finish, make deep vertical cuts to each loaf (roughly 1-inch apart). Place the loaf on a large piece of foil. Generously add the garlic and butter to each slit then wrap in the foil.
Before serving, bake in foil until golden brown. Serve warm.
What about creative variations?
Whether you like your garlic bread oozing with cheese or topped with sun dried tomatoes, there’s plenty of different ingredients that you can top your garlic bread with.
Some options for you to consider include:
- Making a cheesy garlic bread recipe with a variety of cheeses from Fontina to Asiago cheese and more
- Topping with freshly chopped herbs such as rosemary, thyme or parsley to make a garlic and herb bread
- Adding other toppings such as fresh tomatoes, sun dried tomatoes, artichokes, mushrooms and more
Since you can also create desired shapes with your dough base, you can also vary the shape of your garlic bread. Some options include:
- Pull-apart garlic bread
- Garlic bombs stuffed with cheese
- Garlic breadsticks
- Garlic-cheese flatbread
- Garlic spirals.
A Versatile Solution
The same dough base that you use to bake garlic bread is the same dough base used to bake long white rolls and the French bread stick.