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Wheatfield Bakery Ciabatta Rolls

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Brand: Wheatfield Bakery / Type: Bread

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      01.03.2010 19:10
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      Yummy Ciabatta!

      These Wheatfield Ciabatta rolls are proper nice and only cost 39p for 2 individual rolls. You have to warm them through in the oven for about 7 mins and then the crust of the roll goes lovely and crispy and the bread inside gets that gorgeous stodgy texture that all good ciabatta bread has.

      These are plain ciabatta rolls so you've got the yummy doughy taste but nothing has been added to give them extra flavour. I don't mind that because I LOVE plain ciabatta bread but I know some people find these a bit boring without sundried tomatoes and stuff like that inside the bread.

      These have got a delish wheaty flavour and I can also taste the extra virgin olive oil that was used to make them in the bread. They don't taste greasy at all but I think it's the olive oil that gives the ciabatta it's heavy and majorly tasty texture.

      I had mine today with a bowl of tomato soup and it was gorgeous, the bread soaked the soup up lovely and the crust goes from being crispy to having a wicked soppy kind of texture. These ciabatta rolls are just the right size because ciabatta is always quite stodgy and these rolls aren't majorly big so you're not going to get sick of the taste like can happen with the bigger full size ciabatta rolls.

      I used the other one for a posh version of cheese on toast, it was delish because the ciabatta made a lovely base for a thick tomato sauce topped with grated cheese and a bit of grated onion!

      I deffo recommend you give these ciabatta rolls a try because for the price they are just as good as other ciabatta rolls. When you eat them straight out of the oven they are delish because the bread inside goes lovely and soft and you don't even need to have butter on it because the bread is so soft and moist.

      Recommended... 39p for 2 ciabatta rolls is a bargain and these are mega tasty anyway!!!

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