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Pineut Letterbox Gift | Bread to serve with drinks | Wine Bread

Product description
Wine and bread in one! If this doesn’t take the party to the next level, we don't know what will. And the best thing; it’s on the table in a wink, or drink!. All you have to do is add some red wine to our mix and after a maximum of an hour you will serve your guests the ideal bread to go with a cheese platter. Cheers… ehhh enjoy your f...

Wine and bread in one!

If this doesn’t take the party to the next level, we don't know what will. And the best thing; it’s on the table in a wink, or drink!. All you have to do is add some red wine to our mix and after a maximum of an hour you will serve your guests the ideal bread to go with a cheese platter. Cheers… ehhh enjoy your food!

How to make it?

  1. This mix, a dash of red et voilà; homemade wine-bread. Empty the bag into a bowl and add the red wine.
  2. Mix with a spatula or spoon until all the liquid has been absorbed. Don't knead! Then place the mix in the desired shape on the baking tray.
  3. Bake in 40 to 45 minutes at 220 degrees Celsius (baking times are guidelines and may vary per oven).

Hint

Serve the bread with some cheese and the same wine!

Product specifications

Ingredients:
WHEAT flour, grape sugar, raising agents: E450i and E500ii, baker's salt, rosemary and black pepper
Add yourself:
red wine
Netto weight:
348 g
Nutritional value:
energy: 1390,7 kJ / 330 kcal, fat: 1,3 g, of which saturated fatty acids: 0,3 g, carbohydrates: 69,7 g, of which sugars: 2,9 g, protein: 9,8 g, dietary fibre: 3 g, salt: 1,5 g
Serving tip:
serve the bread with some cheese and the same wine!

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