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Asked by Terran0va, Jul 5, 2020
There was a company called Bergen that used to do a brown bread with cranberries and pumpkin seeds. It was delicious but seemed to stop doing it.
Anyway most things that aren't sourdough are OK. I like seeds in my bread and that is more likely to influence the end result than baseline dough.
Also spying the American flag on your profile I am compelled to mention one thing. "Keep the fucking sugar out of my bread".
Not really a fan of bread but I like tiger/giraffe bread as long as it's light and fluffy and not too doughy
Naan bread is my favourite
Good shout Amanda!! Plain, cheesy, garlic or peshawari???
Canny beat good ol Mothers Pride and square sausage though....!
Lostbhoy all of them lol but if i had to pick ir would be peshawari.
Its a shame people outside of Scotland will never know the tasty delight of Mothers Pride and square sausage.
naan bread is a solid choice but that just tells me you have never have a proper stuffed paratha.
I used to really like keema naan but then I was given a proper stuffed paratha with lamb... night and day and I can't even enjoy a good keema naan any more.
True Amanda, it certainly is a delight but think you got me with peshwari naan.... Insert homer drool meme here!
Your right on my part @FAST6191 and you've sold me! Stuffed with lamb you say.....see above meme reference!!
Paratha is pretty awesome only problem being the only Indian take away that does it where I stay I am barred from cause I called the owner a pervy bastard (which he is lol)
Lmao at being barred! You must be in Glasgow!! Quite right though, get him told!
My little Gran used to make an Irish sweet loaf (I vaguely remember her calling it that) and I wish I got the recipe before she passed. It was absolutely sensational but I have no idea what she used to make it taste so good.
If I could get that recipe it would top this list. I'd send tou all some to prove it lol!
I'm a big sourdough fan.
Lostbhoy the manager kept turning up at my door with my food even though he had delivery drivers.He kept saying creepy things and trying to get into my house. After a while I told him to fuck off and to stop being such a creepy bastard. Next day he stuck a note through my door saying I was barred lol. A few months later he was in the local newspaper for doing similar creepy shit to another woman. Oh and yep Glasgow
Sourdough, I love the taste and the texture. Throw a little bit of raisins onto mix as well and it taste as delicious with a little added sweetness and it's fantastic.
I like honey-white. I know it's garbage. Hush. It tastes good as a grilled cheese sandwich. But I also adore a nice baguette of freshly baked french bread from a local bakery.. Ugh, good stuff.
for me, imo as long as is it isnt whole wheat it's fine with me, but I seriously love Italian bread.
A little late but.. Growing your own sourdough is very rewarding, the reward being amazingly delicious bread! Make a bread bowl for soup and it's perfect.
But there's something else I like even more than tortillas.
It's kind of a brioche, but the twist is that it has a meat patty between the brioche, and oddly enough, it also has tomatos, onions, lettuce, ketchup, mustard and cheese.
I don't know if this type of bread is only known by me, but it's my favourite.
Naan is pretty nice
8BitWonder I'm a big sourdough fan. ---- Ditto!
corndough i think would be the name?
white bread grove pieces of corn in it and on the outside there's grinded corn.
it tastes great, is healthy (to my standard), and smells even better.
This question is great because we can learn about diferent types of food from all over the world.
My personal favorite is a bread called Concha (no argentinian people not that type of concha, but still like them though ;P).
Check this if interested: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concha_(bread)
Pan Trigo. Y aveses Blanco
Vanilla flavoured Twinkie Wonder
extra fibre thicc cut white loaf
I love my morning hot fresh Portuguese rolls called Papo Secos (Portugal, not Brazil) bread. A hot bread, crusty and a crisp.. best taste, powerful wheat scent smell and never got tired of it since I was kid. Grow up with it. Here:
Does a cinnamon roll count?
Cash. US Dollars.