Traditional Rolls?

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Traditional Rolls?

Postby tarmmaker » Thu Sep 04, 2014 4:51 pm

I have just bought some Traditional Bread Rolls made in Argyll Bakeries in Campbeltown.
The ingredients are :-
Stadium Flour Gluten
Ciabatta Mix
Zeel Wheat Flour
Salt
Wheat Gluten
Vegetable Fat
Dextrose
Sour Dough Powder
Emulsifier E472e
Maltodextrin
Flour Treatment Agent E300
Enzyme
Water
Yeast Gluten

Traditional!!!! Everyones Granny must have had all that in the cupboard.
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Re: Traditional Rolls?

Postby glassblower » Sat Sep 06, 2014 9:21 am

The "Morning Rolls" I have when visiting Campbeltown are second to none, if you want traditional, try making your own. Quiet simple, I make my own using a "Russell Hobbs" bread maker, probably with the same ingredients Granny used.

Water
olive Oil
Salt
Sugar
Dried milk powder
Strong white/brown flour
Yeast

Simple and tasty.
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Re: Traditional Rolls?

Postby tarmmaker » Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:41 pm

I make my own bread too. I started with a breadmaker and now find it easier to make without. My usual ingredients are:-
Flour
Water
Yeast
Salt
Oil
I bought the Traditional Rolls after running out of my own bread and was amazed how complicated their ingredients were.
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Re: Traditional Rolls?

Postby SARID » Wed Oct 01, 2014 2:56 pm

The morning rolls from The bakery in Carradale are hard to beat, and have been for many a year
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Re: Traditional Rolls?

Postby LANDROVER ROGER » Wed Oct 01, 2014 3:12 pm

I will second that Sarid.When we holidayed there we also bought "low calorie"rhubarb crumbles which were delicious! :D
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Re: Traditional Rolls?

Postby NelsonL1995 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:15 am

Tarmmaker, these rolls are traditional in the sense that they are made in a traditional way. Minimum use of machinery, definitely without the use of a roll plant - each one individually rolled by hand.

The ingredients are obviously not all quite traditional, but without some of them, those rolls wouldn't be quite as tasty a day or so on - and then you really wouldnt be happy, would you?

Pick up any roll or bread product from any bakery or shop and read the ingredients list. It's not just these traditional rolls!
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Re: Traditional Rolls?

Postby tarmmaker » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:18 pm

So the traditional part is they are rolled by hand? As an amateur breadmaker I wasn't criticising, but was surprised how many ingredients were involved in producing your lovely rolls. As a matter of interest could you tell me why 3 sorts of gluten are used as well as the flour and does the ciabatta mix make a lot of difference? Sourdough powder seems a contradiction in terms too!
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