At my neighborhood grocery store, I saw HP sauce. I’ve never seen it anywhere here besides World Market. I only have one use for HP sauce and that is on a bacon bap. I’ve never tried it on anything else since I don’t really like ketchup or steak sauce and I usually just like how meat tastes plain. But one time I ordered a bacon bap and it was served with a packet of HP sauce and I decided to try it. It was perfection. So this morning I busied myself with making real English Baps, instead of using store-bought hamburger buns. I have never tried this recipe, but I am hoping it will provide that missing quality. Note that corn flour is corn starch in the US. Also I assume strong flour is bread flour, so that is what I used. Also, I used ICBINB. Also, the recipe says to preheat the oven, then tells you to shape the buns and let them rise for 45 minutes, so wait for 35 minutes.

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Mine took only 18 minutes in my convection oven at 400 degrees F. They are huge. The recipe said to make 9, but I made 12, then combined 3 of them and made 4 from that. The big ones are about 300 calories each while the 4 smaller ones are just 200. All there is to do now is cook the turkey bacon I had on hand (I can’t find English bacon/back bacon anywhere around here), butter the buns and serve with a special side dish. Check back tonight to see the complete meal. For lunch I had Coconut Chicken.

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