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Chocolate Brownie Mix - Buy one Get one Free until 31st March on April dated stock

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This Brownie Mix is about time! Over the years we have put a twist on our various mixes to create pretty much everything in the baking line from Bakewells to banoffees and now brownies!

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Oat & Linseed Bread Mix 12kg


1 kg of Wright's Oat & Linseed Bread Mix

565ml - Water

30g - Yeast *

* This is using fresh yeast - if using dry then please use half the quantity.

METHOD: 

Place all the above ingredients into a bowl.  

Mix together to form a well developed (silky) dough.                   

Rest dough for 5 minutes prior to initial cutting and moulding into desired size (s).

Rest for a further 10-15 minutes prior to final moulding and shaping.

Cover with oiled polythene or a damp cloth.

Prove for 45 - 60 minutes in a warm place or until doubled in size. 

Remove cover and bake at 230°C (450°F), Gas Mark 7 for 30 minutes for a loaf, 15 minutes for rolls.

 

Tip : The loaf will sound hollow when tapped on the base, if baking is complete.

 

INGREDIENTS:     

Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Oat Bran (9%), Linseed (9%), Pinhead Oats (3.5%), Toasted Kibbled Soya, Oat Flakes (2%), Salt, Chickpea Flour, Dried Wheat Sour Dough Powder, Dextrose, Flour Treatment Agent: Ascorbic Acid.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

ALLERGY ADVICE: 

For all allergens. including cereals containing gluten see ingredients above in bold.

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