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Thursday, 8 November 2007

So Soft, Scottish Baps

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Amazing! That's what I thought when I saw there were 184 entries for the World Bread Day event. Any bread lover would be spoilt for choice, choosing something to make for the After Hours Party.

I decided to make Scottish baps, which had been submitted by Pam from The Backyard Pizzeria. I really loved the way they had a little dimple in the top, which was to stop them from rising to a dome. They were perfect, very soft and delicious.

Don't forget to check out Zorra's fabulous roundup for yourself - you may see something you would like to make.

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Patricia Scarpin said...

They seem incredibly soft, Nic - delicious!

Anonymous said...

These are on my baking list, too!

Thank you for joining WBD '07 After Hours Party.

Jeanne said...

Those look positively pillowy! They used to be my dad's favourite bread when I was a kid - my mom used to make him chicken mayo baps for lunch for work every day. Awwwww! :)

Pam said...

Hi Nic, great job with the baps. They're so easy to make, and like Jeanne said, chicken mayo is how my family like them too.

Marie Rayner said...

Those are delicious looking Baps Nic!!! I may have to give them a try myself!

Nic said...

Pat - sometimes I just love soft bread!
Zorra - thanks again for all the hard work you put into the event.
Jeanne & Pam - my boys had them for lunch, not with chicken but that does sound good!
Marie - you must try them!

Anonymous said...

These look so delicious and fluffy. Mmmm.....throw in some tasty soup or melty cheese and good company...perfect.

Desde mi Atalaya said...

These look very soft and delicious, I love your blog.


KellytheCulinarian said...

Mmm, those look tasty.

Nic said...

Bri, Soraya and Kelly - thank you so much!