Specialist bakers Brioche Pasquier have added two new shapes to their range of premium biscottes.
Petites Baguettes and Grillettines Briochée each bring their own benefits to the biscotte party, baked and shaped to fulfil specific roles and suit different culinary situations.
The range is described by the manufacturer as an alternative to crackers or rolls.
Petites Baguettes are made from French bread and are long and thin just like the original French bread. They have a flat top for dipping.
Grillettines Briochée are wider, more rectangular and thicker in shape. The product is made from Brioche instead of bread, which gives them a slightly sweeter taste. Grillettines Briochée are suited to both sweet and savoury toppings.
Brioche Pasquier’s new biscotte shapes give chefs the opportunity to offer their customers a more unusual addition to their lunch and breakfast dishes — a change from traditional crackers or rolls.
Earlier this month the manufacturer announced the six-strong macaron range.