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A hamburger bun is a type of bread used to hold a hamburger and the various condiments and other toppings typically eaten upon such a burger. This type of bun is similar to a roll in some respects and is usually sliced in half to allow the burger to be placed in the middle.
Not only does the bun make the hamburger into a portable food, it also makes it easier for an eater to keep his or her hands clean while eating the burger. A hamburger bun can be made from different types of flour and can include things like chopped onion and sesame seeds.
A hamburger bun can be made using white flour, though wheat flour can also be used to make a somewhat healthier bun.
Though typically fairly plain, hamburger buns can also be made with spices such as garlic and onion powders, and may be topped with things like diced onion and sesame seeds before baking.
Even more elaborate buns have been made and are typically associated with a particular type of sandwich.
Hamburger buns are usually found in the bakery section or aisle of the grocery store or supermarket.
Hamburger buns are a member of the Baked Products USDA nutritional food group.
|British (UK) term:||Hamburger buns|
|en français:||pains à hamburger|
|en español:||panes de hamburguesa|
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