Rich Dough Products
There is no exact dividing line between rich and lean doughs but, in general, rich doughs contain higher proportions of fat, sugar, and, sometimes, eggs.
• Nonsweet breads and rolls, including rich dinner rolls and brioche.These have a high fat content but low enough sugar that they can be served as dinner breads. Brioche dough is especially rich, made with a high proportion of butter and eggs.
• Sweet rolls, including coffee cakes and many breakfast and tea rolls.These have high fat and sugar and, often, eggs.They are usually made with a sweet filling or topping.
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