Fired Bread on Sale: If it burns a little while cooking, then no one likes its smell and taste. Everyone wants to eat fresh and properly cooked food, but there are some people who like this burnt taste. We are saying this because in Scotland (Heavy Fired Bread) burnt bread is being sold comfortably in the market and some people are also liking its taste.
Some burnt loafs are being sold in Scotland under the name of bread. No one wants to eat these black-topped breads like this, but there are some people, who are finding this crispy and delicious taste in it too. Authentic flavors of Scotland include breads baked hard in the fire, but they look completely burnt. At this time, pictures of this bread are dominated on social media.
What is Well Fired Roll?
The pictures of burnt bread from above are becoming very viral on social media. It is strange for people to think that it is sold in the market, but the taste of this dish is in the mouth of many people of Scotland. It is crispy on the outside, while the inside has a chewable softness. It is called Well Fired Roll over there. This special bread is available at Hyde Indoor Market in Greater Manchester. Which is being shared on Manchester’s Facebook groups. People are making different types of comments about it, some people have even called it a cremated role.
The Well Fired Roll is crisp on the outside, while the inside has a chewy softness. (Credit- Facebook)
Interesting comments from people
In the year 2018, people were advised to eat less such bread by the Food Standards Agency of Scotland. According to Cancer Research UK Acrylamide, burnt toast, chips and burnt potatoes do not cause cancer but they do not fall under the category of healthy food. Those who have not eaten this bread roll yet, have made interesting comments on social media. One person said that according to his mother it is not cooked and burnt. At the same time, some users also said that it tastes good.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : August 04, 2022, 12:05 IST