A popular foodie has revealed exactly how she makes her version of Korean-inspired cheesy garlic bread – complete with an oozing cream-cheese centre.
Australian home cook, Mon Mack, shared the new recipe on TikTok where it quickly went viral, attracting more than 381k views and 33k likes.
‘I have a mild obsession with cream cheeses,’ she admitted as she posted the video.
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A popular foodie has revealed exactly how she makes her version of Korean-inspired cheesy garlic bread – complete with an oozing cream-cheese centre
The recipe calls for cream cheese, a bread roll, mozzarella cheese, garlic, sugar and egg.
First Mon mixes her garlic, sugar and cream cheese together in a bowl before piping it into a bread roll which she cut in a crisscross pattern.
She then sprinkles her grated cheese on top of the bun before whisking her egg in a bowl and dunking the top of the roll inside.
In the video the popular foodie and home cook then places the bread roll on a tray and slides it into the oven, letting it cook at 180 degrees Celsius for 15 minutes.
Once the roll appeared to be golden brown, and the cheese melted Mon removed it from the oven.
She showed off the oozing cream cheese centre by squeezing the roll and watching the filling pour out of the carefully crafted cuts.
She then proceeds to pull the roll apart to show off the stringy, melted mozzarella which had been layered on the top.
And the video left her fans’ drooling.
The recipe calls for cream cheese, a bread roll, mozzarella cheese, garlic, sugar and egg
‘Stop it, I am sitting here crying because it is 2am and now I am craving garlic bread,’ one woman wrote on the video.
‘Yum I would have this except I would leave out the sugar,’ said another.
‘We are having an afternoon dedicated to making this,’ another fan said, tagging their friends.
Mon Mack has 210k followers on TikTok and describes the kitchen as being her happy place.