Breads by CAARA

CAARA enjoys creating delectable cuisine and unforgettable experiences. The heart of a great meal is great produce. We believe in sourcing locally from our own chemical-free farms, supporting local craftspeople, and getting the highest-quality ingredients from all around the world. Here is a list of bread collections by CAARA. We have tried our best to not compromise either in taste or health. 

Multigrain Bread (gluten-free)

As the world went ultra conscious for health, the multigrain concept came to light. And now every week, it seems like a new health craze or trend emerges, making it tough to keep up. However, when it comes to bread and grains, one of the most common questions is what words like “whole grain” and “multigrain” mean. It’s easy to become overwhelmed while walking down the bread aisle… there are so many different varieties to pick from! While most people are aware that plain white bread is low in nutritional value, the benefits of other forms are less well understood. When topped with fresh mozzarella, CAARA basil pesto, and FarmLove baby tomato from the CAARA pantry, it’s a fantastic combination. Drizzle extra virgin olive oil over the dish to make it more than delicious.

Enjoy Caara multigrain bread that is also gluten-free and vegan and comes right in your budget. 

Assorted Lavash

Bread is utilised as a rice alternative because it includes carbs that may be converted into energy. Nutritious bread, on the other hand, is created from natural and healthy components and does not contain excessive amounts of oil. The health advantages of lavash bread make this one of the healthiest pieces of bread that are suggested. Lavash bread is an Armenian bread that is popular throughout the Arabian Peninsula. Flour, paprika, sesame, oil, salt, pepper, and sugar are used to make this bread. These thin, crunchy shards go great with any of CAARA’s dips or cheeses. They come in a variety of flavours, including paprika, sesame, and classic, and they’re fantastic for adding crunch to a salad.

Stuffed Basil Pesto Loaf

These amazing stuffed loaves contain cheese, gluten & dairy. Apart from this, it contains flour, CAARA basil pesto, yeast, salt, sugar, pine nut, and butter. These loaves are so soft that it just melts down in your mouth. It is itself fulfilling to consume but you can also give it a try with balsamic and olive oil. 

The stuffed basil pesto loaf is one of our bestsellers, so do give it a try and order online now!

Ragi Sourdough

Ragi is one of these extraordinary grains that has lately resurfaced. It’s a resilient crop that can thrive at high altitudes and resist harsh weather, making it ideal for India’s climate. The grain, popularly known in North India as Finger Millet or Nachni, originates in Africa and has long been farmed in Uganda and Ethiopia. Sourdough is a wonderful bread prepared from lactic acid bacteria and yeast during the fermenting process. It’s nutrient-dense, and it’s been utilised to improve bread texture, quality, aroma, and shelf life. Sourdough bread is beneficial to your health in a variety of ways. Its regular consumption can aid in the prevention of coronary heart disease and type 2 diabetes. This is deliciously toasted as a sandwich with fresh mozzarella, CAARA basil pesto, and CAARA pantry cherry tomatoes.

Whole Wheat Pita Bread

If you haven’t eaten Pita Bread before, believe us when we say you’re missing out CAARA collection. Pita bread may not appear like a conventional loaf of bread, but it is both delicious and healthful. Pita Bread’s nutritional content varies based on the ingredients used to manufacture it. It’s usually made using wheat, but it can also be made with multiple grains including whole wheat for added nourishment. Whether you’re dipping whole-wheat pita into freshly mashed chickpea hummus, frying pita pieces to make chips, wrapping your favourite souvlaki, or enjoying one of the many other pita bread applications, one thing is certain: these flatbreads are incredibly gratifying.

Focaccia Crostini

Genoa, a port city and the capital of the Liguria region in northwest Italy, claims to be the inventors of the focaccia bread, which is created using a bread dough that is no more than 2 millimetres thick. This version is flavoured with olive oil and supplemented with rock salt, herbs, and additional things like onion or olives. People have been eating focaccia bread, a flatbread commonly covered with olive oil, spices, and herbs, for over a thousand years. It was once a specialty designated for All Saints Day celebrations, but due to its distinctiveness and simplicity, it quickly became a popular staple. These crunchy fried small focaccia crostini go great with any of CAARA’s dips or cheese assortment. They’re excellent as a base for a canapé, to enjoy with a dip, or to add to a salad for that extra crunch. They’re infused with extra virgin olive oil and sun-dried tomato.

Ciabatta

Ciabatta bread, which means “carpet slipper” in Italian, is an Italian white bread that was first introduced in the early 1980s. The ciabatta bread craze has been popular in Europe since the 1990s, and it crossed the Atlantic around the turn of the century, gaining universal acclaim among bread consumers. The whole wheat, calcium, and fibre in ciabatta bread can help with digestion, type 2 diabetes prevention, and bone health (although not all ciabatta is made from whole wheat). Add chopped veggies and a drizzle of olive oil between two slices for a meal rich in vitamins and minerals and antioxidants. Keep these CAARA Ciabatta bread refrigerated and best consumed warm in a toaster or reheat in a pan or in an oven for 2 to 3 minutes at 150 Celsius.

Parmesan & Seven Seed Crispy Crostini

One of the amazing collections of CAARA, these bread loaves contain cheese, gluten, dairy, egg & seeds. Apart from these, it contains Aged parmesan, pumpkin seed, chia seed, sesame seed, sunflower seed, flax seed, black sesame seed, basil seed, flour, egg, baking powder, salt, and pepper. It can be eaten on its own or dipped in CAARA’s dips and sauces, which are available for purchase in our pantry area.

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