It's a pity! Bakers use & # 39; secretly & # 39; flavored apple paste in the beloved donuts of the nation instead of the classic filling
- A baker at an Australian bakery chain has revealed a little known secret
- The Donut King of Australia revealed that donuts are often filled with apple sauce
- General Manager Andrew Badcock said that customers prefer a softer texture
- Donut enthusiasts went to social media to share their horror at the discovery
A leading Australian bakery has revealed that the nation's favorite jam is not always real jam – but often a different ingredient.
Andrew Badcock, general manager of the famous Donut King bakery chain – with an Essex branch – has revealed that donuts are often filled with apple sauce or flavored pasta – to ensure a smoother finish.
Despite the general belief that the baked confectionery is filled with strawberry or raspberry jam, it seems that bakers have pulled the wool in front of our eyes in favor of the unexpected alternative.
A leading Australian bakery has revealed that the nation's favorite jam is not always real jam, but often a completely different ingredient – apple paste
Speak against news.com.au Andrew said: & # 39; Some nutritional brands use apple paste or sauce as the main ingredient in their raspberry jam recipe.
& # 39; With its natural sweetness and no seeds, apple sauce is widely used for its smooth and & # 39; & # 39; jammy texture & # 39; & # 39 ;.
The donut connoisseur further explained that most customers preferred a smoother pasta, so many bakers mixed real jam with a much lighter apple paste.
He added: & # 39; Kernels, seeds and smaller grains usually get stuck in teeth and many people don't appreciate that feeling. & # 39;
A managing director of the famous Donut King bakery chain – with an Essex branch – has revealed that donuts are often filled with apple sauce or flavored pasta – to ensure a smoother finish than jam.
After the shocking revelation, jam-donut enthusiasts went to social media to share their horror about the news.
An unsatisfied customer wrote: & I hate donuts filled with a promise of jam but no jam. Boo donut maker, boo! & # 39;
Another person joked: & # 39; There is no jam in my donut. I'm suing it! & # 39 ;.
Elsewhere, an indignant user tweeted: & # 39; Shock horror-no jam in jam donuts.
& # 39; I've always wondered why the stuff that ran out looked like blood! That is why I insist on homemade treats. & # 39;
Australian chain managing director Andrew Badcock said food brands often use apple paste or sauce as the main ingredient
Elsewhere, an aspiring baker advised: & Try red berry jelly and Anglais butter to fill homemade dough balls – so tasty! & # 39 ;.
But a user who had previously worked in a bakery himself claimed: & # 39; This is the only one of many ways to make a jam donut.
& # 39; Bakers get the jam in five-liter buckets and some mix it with apple sauce to reduce the nauseously sweet jam.
& # 39; I know this because the bakery I worked in as a child did it this way. & # 39;
Jam-donut enthusiasts went to social media to share their horror at the new discovery
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