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Parmesan & Sundried Tomato Bread Mix

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Wright’s Parmesan & Sundried Tomato bread mix produces bread with wonderful flavour and appearance. An excellent accompliament to Mediterranean style dishes and perfect pizza bases. Available from Asda, Booth's, Co-op, Morrison's, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Ocado & Wright's popular on line service.

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Parmesan & Sundried Tomato Bread Mix 12kg

1kg of Wright's Parmesan & Sundried Tomato Bread Mix

600ml - Water

30g - Yeast *

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


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. 

Note: This product is not suitable for vegetarians



Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Tomato Powder (1.8%), Salt, Dried Parmesan Cheese (1.4%) (Milk), Sun Dried Tomato (0.8%), Dried Kibbled Onion, Chickpea Flour, Dried Garlic, Mixed Herbs, Dextrose, Flour Treatment Agent: Ascorbic Acid.                                    


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

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customer comments

“Just to thank you for prompt delivery of my order - less than five days from posting it, and to comment on the chocolate cake mix. I didn't know this existed as my supermarket doesn't stock it, and I was uncertain about trying it - I have a distaste for oversweet cakes, and usually make my own. Not only did it have the right level of sweetness but, unlike most commercial counterparts, it didn't have that awful cloying consistency which gives the effect of chewing cotton wool. I have already recommended it to others. I look forward to trying the ginger and madeira mixes. (for the record, I'm using a Kenwood machine) Many thanks.” Terry Russell