Fruit bun

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Fruit bun
Jamaican fruit bun.jpg
A Jamaican fruit bun loaf of bread
Type Sweet roll
Main ingredients Fruit, fruit peel, spices; sometimes nuts
Variations Currant bun
Cookbook: Fruit bun  Media: Fruit bun

Fruit buns are a type of sweet roll made with fruit, fruit peel, spices and sometimes nuts. They are a tradition in Britain[1] and former British colonies including Jamaica, Australia,[2] Singapore,[3] and India.[4] They are made with fruit and fruit peel and are similar to bath buns, which are sprinkled and cooked with sugar nibs.[5] One variety is a currant bun.[6]

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  5. ^ Tharakan A Guide To Food And Beverage Tata McGraw-Hill, 2005 ISBN 0-07-058333-1, 978-0-07-058333-7
  6. ^ I Williamson The practice of cookery and pastry Edition 5 1862 Oxford University page 173