Bap

Bap

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

Baps are the breakfast rolls of Scotland – as indispensable as croissants are to the French. They are light, white and soft (not crusty), and delicious eaten hot with butter. Buttery baps contain extra butter, while floury baps are a less rich mixture, lightly dusted with flour.

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