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BOLLETJE ORIGINAL RUSK 125g

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SKU:
90540
UPC:
025261006028
$2.59

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BOLLETJE ORIGINAL RUSK

Dutch rusks or beschuiten as they are called in Holland are light, roundly shaped crispbakes sold in rolls of 13 pieces (a baker's dozen). Bolletje is the undisputed number one rusks bakery in The Netherlands. Bolletje beschuiten are delicious for breakfast with various toppings such as chocolate sprinkles, cheese and strawberries with whipped cream or sugar. Dutch rusks are made by baking a long round bread which is sliced. Then the slices are baked again. The name beschuit is derived from the Italian word biscotto, which means baked two times.

The tasty rusks as we known them today originated in the 17th century when huge shipping companies demanded for a long lasting type of bread in a better quality than the formerly known scheepskaak (dried bread) which was hard and tasted disgusting. Originally made for long sailing journeys the beschuiten as they were now baked by Bolletje soon conquered the mainland, where they advanced to the favorite breakfast dish of the Dutch. Sprinkled with sugar covered white, blue and red anise seeds Dutch rusks are traditionally served after the birth of a baby. Therefore something festive is connected with eating rusks, although they are absolutely common at the same time. In fact Bolletje beschuiten are ideal as a basis for all sorts of toppings. To have beschuiten for breakfast, lunch or at tea-time always is fun. Just trust in your own creativity and trim up your own beschuiten, you'll love i!

INGREDIENTS:

Wheat flour, sugar, yeast, glucose syrup, vegetable fat, emulsifiers (soya lecithin, E470a, E433), vegetable fibers (wheat, inulin), rye flour, free-range eggs (0.4%), oat flour, salt. Contains: Cereals containing gluten, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Eggs, Soy.

DIRECTIONS:

Store in a cool dry place.

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Additional Information

Style:
Rusks
Country:
Netherlands
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