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Dutch crunch

British pronunciation/dˈʌtʃ kɹˈʌntʃ/
American pronunciation/dˈʌtʃ kɹˈʌntʃ/
Dutch crunch

a type of bread with a crackled crust resembling tiger stripes, made by applying a rice flour, sugar, and water paste before baking

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Dutch crunch definition and meaning

What is "Dutch crunch"?

Dutch Crunch, also known as Tiger Bread, is a type of bread that is popular in Dutch and Indonesian cuisine. It is made from a simple dough of flour, water, yeast, sugar, salt, and rice flour, which gives the bread its signature crunch and unique appearance. Before baking, the bread is topped with a paste made from rice flour, sugar, yeast, and oil, which cracks and browns during baking, creating a distinctive tiger-like pattern on the crust. Dutch Crunch has a soft, tender crumb and a crispy, flavorful crust, which makes it ideal for sandwiches or toasting. It is a beloved staple of Dutch and Indonesian cuisine and can be found in many bakeries and cafes in those regions. Dutch Crunch can also be made at home using a variety of recipes and techniques, making it a fun and rewarding bread to bake. It is a delicious and visually striking bread that is perfect for those looking to try something new and exciting.

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