These ciabatta rolls from dietary specials are bloody brilliant. In the 2011 Freefrom Food Awards, judges said “A really outstanding product – first bread without codex wheat starch that really manages to successfully mimic the texture of real bread.” We couldn’t agree more, great texture and we love the crunchy seeds in them.
We like to halve them, stick them in the toaster and eat them as a post work snack with oil and balsamic and some antipasto meats while preparing dinner. They are also great for making garlic bread to accompany pasta, heating in the oven to dunk in soup or let them cool and make sandwiches with them (great for packed lunches and bacon sarnies – photo above of a cheeky bacon and cheese sarnie we made to cheer up the office on a Monday morning).
They come vacuum packed so they keep for ages in the cupboard and you can also freeze them so you always have them in.
In our experience available mainly in Tesco and Asda, but apparently also stocked in Co-op, Morrison’s and Ocado.