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Easy Bakery Part Baked Petit Pains

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Brand: Easy Bakery / Type: Bread

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      26.05.2010 13:24
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      will buy again and recommend to everyone!

      I first came across part-baked rolls on my quest to cut the costs of my food bills - these part-baked petit pains are only 79p for 6, so are excellent value,and as they can be frozen I can buy lots at a time :)

      The use-by date was 6 weeks ahead of the day I bought them, but I chose to freeze mine.
      When I wanted to use the first pack, I took them out of the freezer and they were defrosted in just half an hour at room temperature.

      I put the rolls in the oven at 200C for 6-7 minutes (any longer and they burn, although it does say 7-9 mins on the packet) and didnt notice much of a smell as they were cooking, although that could just be me.

      However, they are THE most delicious rolls I have ever eaten!

      Lovely and crispy on the outside with a lovely taste, and amazingly soft in the centre.

      I put mature cheese in mine and usually stick loads of cheese in rolls to hide the blandness of the bread, but with these petit pains I actually took most of the cheese out, as the rolls were so delicious on their own.

      My kids arent huge bread eaters, but they polished these off; which is a first for them.

      You simply MUST try these!

      Ingredients -
      Wheat Flour, Water, Yeast, Salt, Wheat Germ, Emulsifier E471, Rye Flour.

      Allergy Information -
      Contains Gluten, Sesame Seeds and Soya\Soybeans

      Nutritional Information -
      Energy - 923kj / 220kcal
      Protein - 8.5g
      Carbohydrate - 45.0g
      Fat - 1.0g
      Fibre - 2.4g
      Natrium - 0.4g

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      07.01.2010 16:01
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      Have a go at making some home made Garlic Bread!!!!

      The older I get the more I want to start cooking things from scratch. I think I generally starting cooking a lot more when Scarlet was weaning as I wanted to ensure she had all fresh vegetables and I kept think that I knew what was in the dinner I had cooked if I made it myself. I have found some lovely dishes and also had some disasters. Most of my cooking though is not from a recipe, it is generally me throwing things into a saucepan or making it up as I went along.

      One food I do really like and we use quite a lot of in this house is Part Baked Rolls. I use them with quite a lot of different things from making my own Garlic Bread, with Lasagne, with Stew and Scarlet has them with Soup. Part Baked Bread is generally only partially baked so you can freeze the bread to have fresh, crusty bread once cooked. They also have a long sell by date even if not frozen.

      They Easy Bakery Bread I picked up from Asda for only 79p for a pack of 6. The bread comes in a clear package with a white and red label and can be found in the Bread aisle. On the white part of the label it shows the Easy Bakery logo with an ear of wheat in the middle. It also shows which sized bread is in the package.

      On the red part of the label it shows the Ingredients, Nutrition information and the best before date. It also advises you how to cook the bead. Set your oven at 200c and pop the rolls in for 7 to 9 minutes.

      Ingredients -
      Wheat Flour, Water, Yeast, Salt, Wheat Germ, Emulsifier E471, Rye Flour.

      Allergy Information -
      Contains Gluten, Sesame Seeds and Soya\Soybeans

      Nutritional Information -
      Energy - 923kj / 220kcal
      Protein - 8.5g
      Carbohydrate - 45.0g
      Fat - 1.0g
      Fibre - 2.4g
      Natrium - 0.4g

      As I took the bread out of the package I noticed that it didn't smell that much of dough but not to worry as my house will soon be filled with the smell of baking bread. The rolls themselves felt quite hard to touch. Even whilst cutting them in half they still feel quite hard on the inside. But on the first use I persevered on to cooking.

      The smell that filled the house when the bread was cooking was lovely; it smelt exactly like the Bread aisle in a Supermarket. Yum. Once the bread had cooked I cut it in half (if I hadn't already done so to make into Garlic Bread) and it was so soft on the inside. I popped some butter on the inside and proceeded to eat.

      On the outside the bread was so crusty but the inside was so soft and buttery. Dipping into Lasagne or Soup it makes the bread so lovely and it makes a fantastic dipper, soaking the soup into the bread. Sometimes if I over cook them (if I forget they are cooking) I find the outside too hard for my teeth so I am to keep them in the oven for about 6 minutes.

      As home made Garlic Bread I can honestly say it is the most luscious bread I have ever eaten. I don't like shop bought Garlic Bread as it has too much Garlic in some places and non in others and is far too greasy to hold but with the home made Bread the Part Baked Rolls make it so nice and Moorish.

      I would recommend this bread to anyone and at 79p or 6 10cm chunky pieces I think this is a bargain.

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