We import the highest quality of burger meat. But what's the use of all the quality burgers when there are no quality hamburger buns?! These gourmet-style buns are 100% natural made with the cleanest ingredients available and are sugar-free. Made in Japan by a professional bakery in Yokohama exclusively for Horizon Farms. The ingredients are water, fresh milk, natural yeast, unrefined bread flour, sea salt, free-range eggs, potatoes, butter, and sesame seeds - yes that's it! No additives, no preservatives.
The diameter is 10cm and each bun weighs around 90g. They come frozen and for convenience. Fully baked to perfection and all you need is to defrost, slice and lightly toast them in the toaster or oven. Use together with our high-quality burgers for a real 5-star gourmet experience right at home. You will certainly love these.
|2 hamburger buns
|Approx. 180g total. 90g per bun.
Shipping & Handling
|Shipping and delivery is frozen.
|Keep refrigerated below -18°C (0°F)
Frozen: check the product label, usually more than 1 month.
|Unrefined wheat flour (North America, Non-GMO), water, potato, natural yeast (Japan), egg, fresh milk (contains dairy), butter (contains dairy), sesame seeds (Japan), sea salt (Japan)
|2 hamburger buns packed together. Not vacuum sealed.
|Processed in Yokohama, Japan exclusively for Horizon Farms
|Based on 100g serving size
Total Fat: 7.5g
Total Carbohydrate: 37.4g
Salt content: 0.5g
|Defrost on the countertop at room temperature for approx. 45 minutes. Slice into two parts and toast for 5 minutes until crispy. Enjoy!
Love them! Taste fresh and fluffy eventhough being kept frozen for a while.
Great for bbq, great taste!
Love these - I dislike dry and overly breast heavy buns. Although frozen the consistency when thaw and heated -you would never know
Suggest defrosting, slicing in half , putting butter on each side and heating flat side down on a non stick pan
Translated from Japanese: They arrived with the plastic bag torn open and the buns inside exposed. As I swept up the cardboard, it was scattered with sesame seeds, I laughed at how this could happen. The buns were immediately discarded for sanitary reasons.
Edit: After my review, I received a prompt and courteous response from the store.
Translated from Japanese: I bought three packs before, but this time they were a little cheaper. The bread is very tasty.