Suddenly, Mos Burger had a completely reserved 'bread that was so rich that I wanted to make a voice without thinking that I didn't need butter', so I tried it.
From Friday, March 12, 2021, Mos Burger has released a bread for pre-order sales and take-out, ' a bread that is so rich that you may want to say that you don't need butter.' Limited to stores, limited to the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month, 'soft to the ears' and 'rich butter flavor' are perfect for a rich weekend breakfast, so I made a reservation and purchased it immediately.
Bread that is so rich that you may want to say it without thinking that you don't need butter | Mos Burger Official Website
Recommended for a slightly rich 'home breakfast' on weekends! 'Bread that is so rich that you want to say it without thinking that you don't need butter.'
(PDF file) https://www.mos.co.jp/company/pr_pdf/pr_210218_1.pdf
Mos Burger bread is available for pre-order only at stores. Since it is sold only on the 2nd and 4th Fridays, if you want to purchase it, make a reservation and payment at the store by the Saturday of the week before the purchase week and go to pick it up on the day.
At the time of booking, you will receive a 'reservation card customer copy' like this, so give it to the clerk ...
Get bread. I had them put one by one in a bag with the Mos Burger logo.
So this is 'a bread that is so rich that you want to say it without thinking that you don't need butter.'
Looking at the names of the ingredients, you can feel the richness of flour, butter, eggs, sugars, cream, butter oil, etc. from the letters. Since the calorie is 333 kcal per sheet, it is 1332 kcal per bag. When I was looking at the information, the manufacturer said 'Yamazaki Baking' and I was curious about 'Oh?' ...
Gold Soft' for comparison.
I also bought Yamazaki Baking's '
The actual weight of Gold Soft is 445g.
Looking at the names of the ingredients, the contents and arrangement were exactly the same as Mos Burger's bread. Calories are calculated to be 1330 kcal per bag.
Let's take them out of the bag and compare them. Mos Burger bread on the left and gold soft on the right.
In each case, the place that is slightly yellowish than ordinary bread and the texture are almost the same.
Seen from the side, it looks like this.
The thickness was about 3 cm because Mos Burger's bread was cut into 4 pieces, and about 2.4 cm because Gold Soft was cut into 5 pieces.
So, first of all, I tried Mos Burger's bread.
I broke Moss's 'bread that is so rich that I want to make a voice without thinking that I don't need butter' -YouTube
When you break it without baking, it looks like this.
The cross section looks like this. Some high-class bread is too soft and if you tear it, the bubbles inside will collapse and the whole will deflate, but Mos Burger's bread is moist but does not collapse and keeps a fluffy feeling firmly. I am.
When I tried it, the gentle sweetness and the scent of butter spread softly. Although the texture was bread, the taste was rich with a rich Danish pastry. Of particular note is the softness of the ears, which makes it hard to feel its presence. Bread is a must-try item for people who are not good at ears.
It is said that 'it is rich even if it is toasted', so I also tried toast.
Toasting Moss's 'bread that is so rich that you might want to make a voice without thinking that you don't need butter'-YouTube
When I tear it after baking, it looks like the following. You can see that the bread is quite tight, as if it were pulling a string.
The bread, which had a fluffy texture when toasted, has a 'moist and moist' finish. Maybe it's because the butter is softer when it's heated, it has a melting texture and the sweetness stands out. The surface and ears did not become hard even when baked, and it was very light and crispy, and it was certainly a richness that was different from the bread you buy at supermarkets and convenience stores.
I also tried the gold software I bought for comparison.
Yamazaki I tried breaking 'Gold Soft' raw-YouTube
I also broke Yamazaki Gold Soft without baking.
The cross section looks like this, which is surprisingly similar to Mos Burger's bread. When I tried eating it as it was, the gold soft was less fluffy and moist, and he said, 'Mos Burger's bread has a stronger texture, and gold soft is more continuous with the usual bread.' There was also a voice. However, many people said, 'Isn't this difference due to the thickness?' And 'The taste is almost the same.'
When you toast Yamazaki Gold Soft, it looks like this-YouTube
You can check the state when toasted from the following.
When the gold soft is also baked, the thread is pulled, or the feeling of firmness increases. Perhaps because of its thinness, the gold soft felt more fragrant when baked.
searched here and must be booked by Saturday of the week before the sale date for purchase. Gold soft is 540 yen per loaf and can be reserved at Daily Yamazaki.
In addition, 'bread that is so rich that you want to make a voice without thinking that you don't need butter' is 600 yen including tax. Reservable stores can be
in Gastronomic Adventure, Posted by darkhorse_log