Trying some new buns out today. Riches has a frozen preformed bun that you just pan and bake. They do turn out extremely good with a nice heavy texture, but not too heavy - ya know the type of bun that does not just melt away with a good jucy burger or stands up to great BBQ.
The buns on the right are before they were baked - right out of the freezer. The buns on the left are right after 18 minutes in the oven.
We had done a case about a month ago that was an Italian Herb flavor. They smelled wonderful and almost too strong on the Italian seasoning. But the Italian flavor was not as pronounced as the smell. We had many good comments about them in the restaruant, but the Italian flavor just was not what we were looking for with BBQ
The ones we baked today are just an Italian White variety. They smelled great, and a great slightly heavy texture and a slightyly sweet, wonderful flavor. They baked in 18 minutes from freezer to done.
We will be using these for our burgers. Now just trying to figure out if we want to use them in place of our hogie buns for the BBQ or not.