BAKERY CHEF Easy Split Whole Wheat Zero Trans Fat Biscuits

SKU 8615121031

Description

A good source of fiber in a melt-in-your-mouth biscuit.


Measure

Packaging Size:
6/6/2.1 OZ
Gross Weight:
22.58
Net Weight:
20.172
Case Length:
15.625
Case Height:
11.125
Case Width:
13.125
Volume:
1.32
Ti / Hi:
9 / 8
Total Pallet:

Preparation

Shelf Life:
360
Storage Condition:
Frozen
Storage Temperature:
0-20 °F

Kosher

YES

Preparation/Cooking Instructions

HANDLING DIRECTIONS: STORE FROZEN AT 0°f OR BELOW UNTIL READY TO USE. DO NOT OPEN BAG BEFORE BAKING. PREPARATION DIRECTIONS: PLACE UNOPENED BAG WITH BAKEABLE TRAY OF BISCUITS DIRECTLY ON OVEN RACK. BAKE AS DIRECTED UNTIL GOLDEN BROWN AND HOT. AFTER BAKING, CAREFULLY CUT OR TEAR BAG AND BRUSH BISCUITS WITH LIQUID MARGARINE OR BUTTER IF DESIRED. THAW FROZEN BISCUITS OVERNIGHT IN REFRIGERATOR USING BAKEABLE TRAY. CONVECTION OVEN 375°F 8-10 MINUTES; 16-18 MINUTES CONVENTIONAL OVEN 400°F. 10-12 MINUTES 20-22 MINUTES. WARMING CABINET DIRECTIONS: PLACE THAWED BISCUITS ON PARCHMENT LINED SHEET PAN. DO NOT COVER. PLACE IN PREHEATED WARMING CABINET: 190°F., 30% HUMIDITY: 1-1/2 HOURS OR UNTIL HOT. *FOR BEST RESULTS, DO NOT HEAT FROZEN BISCUITS IN WARMING CABINET. MICROWAVE DIRECTIONS: DO NOT USE MICROWAVE ON FROZEN BISCUITS: PLACE THAWED BISCUIT(S) ON MICROWAVEABLE PLATE. MICROWAVE, UNCOVERED, ON HIGH AS DIRECTED.. MICROWAVE* 1000 WATTS 1 BISCUIT: 15 SECONDS; 2 BISCUITS: 20 SECONDS 3 BISCUITS: 25 SECONDS: 4 BISCUITS - 50 SECONDS; 5 BISCUITS: 55 SECONDS *MICROWAVE OVENS VARY IN POWER; HEATING TIMES MAY NEED ADJUSTMENTS. TO PREPARE SMALLER QUANTITIES: PLACE BISCUITS ON PARCHMENT PAPER LINED SHEET PAN. DO NOT COVER. BAKE: THAWED: CONVECTION OVEN: 375°F. 6-8 MINUTES; CONVENTIONAL OVEN: 400°F. 9-11 MINUTES; FROZEN: CONVECTION OVEN: 375°F. 10-12 MINUTES; CONVENTIONAL OVEN 400°F. 15-17 MINUTES

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