A generic term describing any small whole unit of bread, from 20g/1oz (very small) to 200g/7oz (extra large). Typical ingredients include flour (many types can be used), water, yeast and salt; sometimes seeds, flavourings or other ingredients are used.
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Use fresh on the day of purchase. If you’re buying rolls for use 1-2 days later, or for freezing, choose those with the lightest coloured crust and then re-bake before serving. The light crust colour usually indicates that the rolls have only been baked for a short time. Reheat rolls in a very hot oven for only a few minutes, to avoid drying out the crumb.
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