Description of Bengals:
A bagel is a dense, doughy, ring-shaped bread that is typically boiled and then baked. Bagels are often sliced and toasted and can be served with a variety of toppings, such as cream cheese, salmon, or jam. They originated in Jewish communities in Poland and have become popular food in many parts of the world.
Begal with Cream cheese
Bagels with cream cheese are a popular breakfast option for many people. To make this dish, you would first have to cut a bagel in half and then toast it until lightly browned. Then spread a generous amount of cream cheese on each half of the bagel, making sure to cover the entire surface.
You can also customize your Begal by adding other toppings like smoked salmon, sliced tomatoes, or cucumber. Typically served with a cup of coffee or tea, cream cheese bagels make for a satisfying and filling breakfast.
4 plain bagels
8 ounces (0.3 kg) of cream cheese, softened
Salt and pepper to taste
Optional toppings: sliced smoked salmon, tomato, cucumber, red onion, capers, or herbs.
Instructions of Begal with cream cheese recipe:
1: Preheat the oven
First step is preheating your oven to 350 ℉.Now slice the bagels in half and place them on a baking sheet.
2: Mix the Cream cheese
Bake the bagels for 10 minutes, or until they become lightly toasted.In a small bowl, mix the cream cheese with salt and pepper to taste.
3: Spread the mixture
spread a generous amount of the cream cheese mixture on each bagel half.
4: Add the toppings
Add your preferred toppings on begals, such as smoked salmon, tomato, cucumber, red onion, capers, or herbs.
Serve and enjoy your bagels with cream cheese!
Note: You can also make your own homemade bagels if you prefer, but it requires a bit more effort and time.
Do we toast a bagel with cream cheese?
Whether to toast a bagel with cream cheese is a matter of personal preference. Some people prefer their bagels toasted, while others enjoy them untoasted. Toasting a bagel can add a crispy texture and a slightly more intense flavor to the bread. However, some people prefer the softer texture and more mild flavor of an untoasted bagel.
If you do decide to toast your bagel, you can spread the cream cheese on the toasted halves while they are still warm so that the cheese melts slightly and becomes easier to spread. If you prefer your cream cheese cold and firm, you can wait for the bagel to cool down before adding the cream cheese.
Ultimately, the choice of whether to toast your bagel with cream cheese is up to you and your personal preference.