Buns with bacon in Lithuanian cuisine

Often for Lithuanians buns with bacon associate with the grandmother’s home which is located in a remote village, where uproar of the city doesn’t reach it. When you wake up in the morning, you can smell delicious buns all over the house. When you go to the kitchen, and on the table, you see freshly baked and still warm buns. Such a view can be imagined as well; when you smell our bakery “Lašų duona” baked buns with bacon. Lithuanians liked various buns since the old times. Buns can be served for breakfasts – it was acceptable to eat buns during breakfasts and dip in into grease, for dinner with soup and supper with home-made jam. “Lašų duonos” bakery tries to preserve this wonderful picture and offer you very delicious buns with bacon.

“Lašų duona” buns with bacon

The relation between the price and quality of buns is incredible. Our bakery “Lašų duona” buns with bacon are made of carefully selected natural products: for baking, we use the highest quality flour which are grinded by us and they are made of our grown wheat and for filling we use onions and smoked bacon which contains 50 percent of the composition. Due to our contribution to buns baking from growing wheat makes it possible that every customer can buy these buns.

“Lašų duona” buns with bacon will perfectly fit for satisfying breakfasts with tea, as a snack before dinner and as an important item of dinner with soup. They are distinguished by the flavour of fried bacon and onion to which it is hard to resist. You can especially feel flavour, if you eat them while they’re still warm, therefore, you can warm up them in the oven or a microwave. What can be better than flavourful and soft buns? You cannot resist them!

Composition / Energetic value

This product gives some energy because the energetic value of buns is 430 kcal per 100 g.

Buns with bacon. Ingredients: wheat flour, smoked bacon 50%, drinking water, a mix for yeasty dough 20% (sugar, potato flakes, powdered milk, wheat gluten, salt, whey powder, aromas, fruits powder, seasoning, ferments, can be found traces of eggs,  soy, peanuts and sesame seeds and their products), onions, margarine (vegetable oils (palm, rape), water, eggs, vegetable oil, bread crumbs, yeast.

Energetic value 100 g 1802 kJ / 430 kcal
Fat 23,03 g
of which saturated fatty acids 7,81 g
Carbohydrates 45,71 g
of which sugars 0,43 g
Fibre 1,84 g
Proteins 9,28 g
Salt 2,84 g