News — Breads

2020-05-21

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This is my first attempt at making Roti Canai and it turned out well.  Since there are a lot of request for this recipe.  I am pleased to share it here.  If you have any questions regarding this recipe or any other post, please leave me a comment in the “LEAVE A COMMENT” link and I will reply you as soon as possible. Roti Canai Recipe Yields:  6pcs INGREDIENTS: 300g plain flour 1 1/4 tsp salt 1 1/2 tbsp sugar (add more if you prefer sweeter) 30g egg (less than 1 egg) 60g milk 80g water 2 tbsp vegetable oil...

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Milk Bread Honey Buns are the softest and most delicious dinner rolls that you’ve ever made! A light and fluffy homemade roll that your family is sure to love and is an impressive addition to special occasion meal.

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I’ve had milk bread on my list to bake for quite some time and I’m thrilled to be sharing this recipe with you today in partnership with Red Star Yeast. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Now, more than ever, is the time to make memories in the kitchen with those you love. Red Star Yeast is featuring recipes to make Platinum Moments this year. PIN IT TO PINTEREST NOW! First up is this incredibly delicious Milk Bread Honey Buns recipe from Gesine Prado. It’s the perfect addition to any meal and delicious enough for holiday dinners and celebrations. ...

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2019-10-28

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Inspiration from here and used method by Kristen from Full Proof Baking. Characteristic of this bread:  The texture is moist, chewy, slightly sticky with a hard crust and very mild tangy taste. Sticky is because of the soaked multigrain. Usually sourdough starter provides an aromatic flavour to the bread. If you have any questions regarding this recipe or any other post, please leave me a comment in the “LEAVE A COMMENT” link and I will reply you as soon as possible. Multigrain Open Crumb Sourdough Bread Recipe Yields:  1 loaf Total flour is 325g + 32.50g (from the levain) = 357.50g  INGREDIENTS:...

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These sausage, ham, and cheese loaves are a hearty, traditional Portuguese bread, that is made with presunto, chouriço, and semi-firm sheep’s milk cheese

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They can also be made into rolls. From | The New Portuguese Table | Clarkson Potter, 2009 Every Saturday when I was growing up, my mother would go to the local Portuguese bakery and buy a dozen chouriço rolls—torpedo-shaped logs stuffed with sausage. By Monday, they would be gone, mostly due to me. To dress up my childhood classic, I added presunto and cheese, and sometimes sautéed onions and garlic, to the dough. And I form the rolls into round loaves because I think they look more elegant on the table.–David Leite Portuguese Sausage, Ham, and Cheese Loaves Quick Glance...

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2019-08-30

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I followed the recipe for milk and butter toasted oat porridge sourdough from "Full Proof Baking" with some modifications.  Thank you to Kristen for the idea! Characteristic of this bread:  The texture is moist with a hard crust and very mild tangy taste. Usually sourdough starter provides an aromatic flavour to the bread and with addition of toasted butter oat porridge, the bread has a more substantial flavour. If you have any questions regarding this recipe or any other post, please leave me a comment in the “LEAVE A COMMENT” link and I will reply you as soon as possible. Butter Toasted...

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