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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Hokkaido Milk Loaf

On of my items on my to do list. I couldn't wait to try it yesterday. It's a popular bread recipe among online bread bakers. To make this bread more authentic, we have to use Hokkaido milk and Hokkaido flour for baking. However, since they are not easily available here, so I decided to use my sister's fernleaf milk and ordinary flour to substitute.

The orinal recipe is from Angie's site. I only made half portion of the original recipe and cut down the amount of sugar.

270g bread flour
30g cake flour
5g instant yeast
15g milk powder
30g sugar
1 pinch of salt
1/2 egg
125ml fresh milk
70g whipping cream

1. Add ingredients into bread machine accordingly. Set to 'dough' function. I let my bread machine to knead the dough for 30 minutes (by stop and restart the machine).
2. Take out the dough, cover with damp cloth and let it proof for about 1 hour or until double in size.
3. Take out dough and press out the gas produced. Divide the dough into 2 portion (I use 1 portion for making bun and the other 1 for bread loaf). Round up and let it rest for 10 minutes.
4. Roll out the dough and roll up like swiss roll, then put into loaf pan.
5. Let the dough proof for another 1 hour.
6. Brush with egg wash before baking.
7. Bake at 170'C for 40 minutes.

The bread turned out to be soft and fluffy. It has a 'milky' taste since milk was used in this recipe instead of water.


Close-up view of the texture.


However, the bread is no longer that soft on the next day.

2 comments:

  1. fernleaf牛奶跟蛋糕麵粉是啥?
    用鮮奶就好囉^^你又不住北海道哪有辦法做道地,要做到跟飯店一樣的確很有難度,不過你已經很棒囉!給你拍拍手^^還做熱狗麵包,看來你真的很閒~哈

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  2. 那个fernleaf牛奶你可以直接用鲜奶,因为我家又没有鲜奶,就用奶粉来泡啦。然后那个蛋糕粉就是低筋面粉。我觉得我烘培上瘾了,呵呵,不过多呆在家里也是一件好事,不对吗?呵呵。。。

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