I have a list of ingredients for some purchased delicious 8 Grain rolls I really like - how do I create a recipe out of the list?
The list reads: ww flour, H20, dark raisins, rye flour, wheat gluten, rolled oats, palm oil, light molasses. 8 grain base (cracked wheat, barley flakes, steel cut oats, polenta, rye meal, rye flakes, millet, rice bran, sunflower seeds, wheat germ, wheat flakes), rye meal, starter ferment, liquid malt, wheat bran, salt, yeast.
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If you are already a bread baker, then I would suggest you take a look at some existing recipes for similar type rolls and try to match your recipes up with those in the printed recipe. Barbara Gibbs Ostmann has written a wonderful book called "The Recipe Writers' Handbook," that I always recommend to anyone who wants to be GOOD at recipe writing.
The only bread I bake is challah, with a more limited list of ingredient; I changed the recipe over time. Perhaps the experienced bread bakers here can chime in with more advice.