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I'm not in the UK so maybe I've missed some new trend. I've seen Tiger Bread mentions on several threads recently, but I have no idea what it is. Can anyone enlighten me?
It is a white Bloomer loaf with a surface mottled with 'Tiger like' stripes. The baker brushes rice paste onto the dough top to produce this darker brown mottled effect.
So flavour wise it is just bread
I think it's brushed with sesame oil before baking to give a lovely taste.
Yes just bread but the stripes do taste lovely and malty.
Heroin in bread form.<emits low carb, Homer Simpson-esque droooooool>
It's definitely a malty flavour and when in Tesco I've seen a liquid mix in bakery marked 'tiger topping' so I imagine it's a recipe of some sort.
It's not made with real tigers.
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