The Tiger rolls that I made this morning looked terrible and all but burned. It was with trepidation that I yielded the bread knife this evening. Amazingly, they were fine on the inside. We ate two each.

OK on the inside
OK on the inside

The “High-baked” examples have been left for soup-dunking tomorrow.

Important Note to Self: do not attempt to bake Tiger bread in the future without checking the cupboard for adequate supply of rice flour – potato flour does not give the same finish. At all.

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