Gluten free bread can sometimes be more like cardboard than bread, not so with these gluten free, multi seeded bread rolls from Dietary Specials. These brown rolls have an excellent taste and texture.
Rice Flour (6.8%)
Wholemeal Rice Flour (4.6%)
Sunflower Seeds (4.28%)
Sugar Beet Syrup
Vegetable Fat: (Non- Hydrogenated Palm Fat)
Thickeners: (Guar Gum, Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose)
Apple Juice Concentrate
Soya Protein Isolate
Acidity Regulator: (Tartaric Acid)
Energy 991kJ/235kcal, Protein 4.7g, Carbohydrates 36.3g (of which sugars 4.0g), Fat 8.0g (of which saturates 2.6g), Fibre 11.7g, Sodium trace
Customer reviews - Dietary Specials Rustic Rolls (4) 300g
Advice Rustic rolls DS -
Tue 15th Apr 2008
I have found these rolls to be the best brown rolls available as they are the most like conventional bread in texture and moisture, (once put in the microwave for 20-30 seconds), and with grains in them that remind one of granary bread. Reviewer's Name:
RecipesGluten Free Christmas Pudding -
Thu 24th Dec 2009
Quick Gluten Free Christmas Pudding
Run out of time to make your Christmas pudding don't despair, this one can be made a few days before Christmas, stored in the refrigerator and produced on the important day, and no one would know!
Serves 6 - 8
Preparation time: 15 mins, plus soaking at least 3hrs
Cooking time: 18 to 20 minutes plus 7 minutes standing time
300g luxury mixed fruit
25g dried cranberries (cherries could be used)
Zest and juice of 1 orange 100ml 100ml water = 200ml orange juice and water
1 small cooking apple - grated
2 Dietary Specials Rustic Rolls or 150g brown multigrain or white sliced bread made into breadcrumbs
1 tsp mixed spice
50g dark muscovado sugar
25g hazelnuts roughly chopped
50g blanched almonds roughly chopped
85g suet from the butcher or cookeen (vegetable alternative) grated straight from the fridge
1 large egg beaten
1 tbsp black treacle
1. Put the dried fruit, orange zest, juice and water into a large mixing bowl, microwave on full power for 3 minutes.
2. Pour over the brandy, cover and leave to soak in a cool place for 2hrs to allow the flavours to develop.
3. Add the grated apple, breadcrumbs, mixed spice, sugar and nuts, mix together with a wooden spoon, add the suet in 3 batches and stir well after each batch, then add the egg and treacle and mix again not forgetting to make your wish!
4. Grease a 1.2litres (2pt) plastic pudding basin. Spoon the mixture into the prepared basin and level with the back of a spoon. Cover the top loosely with cling film, leaving a small hole for breathing.
Cook on medium 10 minutes, stand for 5 minutes then cook on medium for a further 8 -10 minutes, if eating immediately stand for a further 2 minutes or when cold wrap in cling and foil and store in the refrigerator for 1 to 2 weeks.
(Cooking times may vary according to the type of basin and microwave).
Remove foil and clover lightly with cling, microwave on full power (850watts) for 3 minutes, allow standing for 3 minutes, and then cook on medium for 5 - 7 minutes, then stand a further minute before turning out of basin, (temperature needs to be approximately 65C in the centre of the pudding)
The cooking time may vary according to the type of basin and microwave
Recipe courtesy of Dietary SpecialsReviewer's Name:
Lesley from GoodnessDirect
Reviews Best rolls ever -
Sat 2nd Jan 2010
These rolls are delicious - amongst the best flavour bread I've had since becoming coeliac and certainly the best gf bread rolls I've hadReviewer's Name:
Mrs T Wheatley DS Rustic Rolls -
Wed 13th Jul 2011
I find a great many of the wheat and gluten free rolls/products still make me a feel a bit sick and/or bodily unwell. But this one does not affect me negatively. (I generally have one a day when I've got them.)Reviewer's Name:
Tracey Groves dietary rustic rolls -
Sat 3rd Sep 2011
These are most certainly the best rolls I have tasted to date. Highly recommended!Reviewer's Name:
Sun 10th Jun 2012
Try filling with cold poached salmon, watercress, beetroot and chopped fresh dill leaves. Reviewer's Name: