This was baked during June when this bread was so popular in blogosphere, seem like going everywhere can see it lol. 1st time I was so on that immediately jumped on the banwagon but only waited till now then post it up.
Recipe adapted from Eileen's Dairy, 厨苑食谱，Butter Flour and Me, Spice Up My Kitchen and 最爱的。。。
Ingredients A :
200g bread flour
25g condensed milk
10g caster sugar
3g instant yeast
Ingredients B :
20g salted butter
Ingredients C :
25g condensed milk
25g salted butter
some almond flakes
some dried cranberries
Method : (used kenwood breadmaker 250)
1. Put all ingredients A into the bread maker, turn on function no. 8.
2. The machine will rest after 5 minutes of mixing, then add in ingredients B after the
3. When the machine starts to operate again, it will knead the ingredients for another 20
minutes, let the dough rest inside the machine for 1 hour.
4. Now you could prepare ingredients C, mix them until even only.
5. Remove the dough from the machine, punch the dough to expel air, flatten the dough and cut into 4 long stripes, spread some mixture in (4) at the surface of the dough, overlap the dough and divide them into equal rectangular size.
6. Arrange (5) vertically into the 20cm chiffon mould that has been greased with (4).
7. Cover with cling wrap, let it proved until double in size, spread the remaining
mixture in (4), then sprinkle decorative ingredients on top.
8. Bake at pre-heat oven at 165C for 25 mins.
The bread is soft and so addictive, you will continue one after another especially with the toppings. I like it to toast a bit before consuming, yummy!
This post is linked to the event, Little Thumbs Up organised by Bake for Happy Kids and My Little Favourite DIY, and hosted by Diana from The Domestic Goddess Wannabe
好漂亮的面包， 我撕小几片回家配milo当早点了！ 谢咯ReplyDelete
good morning，这个是早餐也。面包最合我了。嘻嘻嘻 。。ReplyDelete
what a very pretty little wreath bread... i can't even bear to eat it! i'll just hang it upReplyDelete
So long i didn't bake bread as takes a lot of time to do it...ReplyDelete
Hi Jess, this bread looks nice with the toppings. I saw it in a few blogs but I haven't followed the trend yet :)ReplyDelete
Hi Jess, I bookmarked this to try but still procrastinating whether to try. Seeing you lovely bread, I will do it. This looks quite similar to Monkey Bread.ReplyDelete
This looks almost like a X'mas cake! It must be very delicious too.ReplyDelete
I agreed with Angie ams Vic. It is such a pretty Christmas wreath bread.
I am loving it!
I have baked this last night.
My dear son and dear husband love it very much ^_^
Thanks for sharing!
Will post it soon.
Hi Jess this is definitely the "in" bread right now, and little wonder too when it is so pretty!ReplyDelete