Sunday, January 31, 2010

Padan Kaya Loaf




The Pandan loaf that looks like a wreath.



Have some of the buns in a cup.







This is a loaf that is not from any of my Japanese books. It's by Alex Goh. A girl Friend of mine lend this this bread making book to me couple months back, and saw this loaf that is so local taste, as Pandan, coconut milk and raisins make the combination. So I thought I wanna give it a try. The taste is good and great soft texture. It has that cottony layers of bread sponge, which many people love.


I changed the recipe a little, by using more Pandan juice to replaced the green colouring. So I reduced the water to make up the replacement of the Pandan juice. Really worth trying recipe.
I used a chiffon cake tin to mould the bread, and I let the dough have that 5 minutes relaxing before final shaping and place in the tin. So we may have many other ways of shaping the loaf.
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Ingredients:
A.
Bread Flour 300g
sugar 45g
Salt 1/2 tsp
Instant Yeast 2 tsp
Milk Powder 1/2 tbsp
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B.
Egg 30g
Coconut Milk 60ml
Pandan Juice 1/2 tbsp ( I used 30ml)
Few drops of green colouring
Water 105ml ( I used 75ml)
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C.
Shortening 20g ( I used Butter)
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D.
Raisins 130g
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Topping:
Butter 30g
Sugar 30g
Plain Flour 60g
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Method:
1. Mix A's till well blended.
2. Add B's mix to form a dough.
3. Add C's and knead till smooth and elastic dough.
4 Add in D's and mix till well blended. Let the dough ferment for 50-60 minutes or till double the volume.
5. Mix butter and sugar for the topping ingredients till well combined, then add plain flour to form a crumble. Set a side or keep in the fridge.
6. Divide dough into 15g pieces and mould to balls. Place half of the balls in a greased loaf tin ( L20cm x W10cm x H8.5cm). then put the remaining balls on top of them. Makes 2 loaves.
7. Leave to prove for 45 minuted, then brush with egg wash, sprinkle topping.
8. Bake at 175'c for 25 to 30 minutes. Cool the baked loaf on wire rack .

2 comments:

Blessed Homemaker said...

I've not made any bread for the past one month, needs to get my engine warmed up soon. Your buns look yummy!

Honey boy said...

Thanks BH, these buns are nice indeed. and it's pretty simple bread to make.

Best was eat it warm. I'm hoping to have time to make a chocolate swirl loaf. Looking forward to see your bread ya!

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