So today I found a whole case of frozen Subway sub buns - unrisen, unbaked. There are 70 of them in the box. I took a couple of the buns home just to see what I might do with them for next week. These are the things that, when risen and baked, are the buns they use at Subway sandwich places. In their frozen state, they're probably about 7 or 8 inches long and maybe 1/2 inch thick. Looks like a big breadstick. I figure, risen, they'll more than double in size.
Any genius ideas for something to do with these things that isn't just letting them rise and baking? The logistics are a bit problematic in any case, but if I could fancy them up a bit maybe they would be ok. Subway bread is just awful on its own.
My test buns are currently on my kitchen counter. I'm trying to figure out thawing/rising time. But beyond that I'm stumped.
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