Monday, September 6, 2010

Twinkle Matcha Star Bread




















I almost forgotten about the star bread tin I bought couple years ago. Was thinking of making something fancifull out of the usual loaves. Matcha azuki bread came to my mind..... So thought of giving it a try! Hubby and my precious not quite keen with azuki, so I made another mini swirl loaf. Using the same Matcha Azuki loaf recipe I have made in the past. Recipe that I really like and can just eat it as it's own.

10 comments:

hanushi said...

The star mould bread is so cute!!! :)

Honey boy said...

hanushi,

ya, they have it in round and heart shape too!

DG said...

Your star bread very pretty! Love the cute shape. And the texture of your bread also soft and it must be yummy too :)

nutpi said...

I have never seen a start shaped baking pan, that is quite amazing. Your swirl buns and cakes look very yummy and there is no wonder your family go crazy over them.
I just found your blog and I will be back shortly to check out old and future posts!

Honey boy said...

DG,

Thanks. This bread recipe is really nice. the sponge is very smooth like cotton touch. It actually taste more to the sweet side. so I love it with butter. and my son just ate it plain. Hope you try out the recipe one day. I'm sure you will like it too. :)

Honey boy said...

Hi nutpi,

Thanks for dropping by! Very happy to know you like my blog... You are most welcome to my blog anytime. Hope to see you here more often! cheers!

Blessed Homemaker said...

I've been looking for this bread pan for a long time! I've only seen this in US site but not locally. Where did you get yours from?

Honey boy said...

Blessed Homemaker,

I got it from Japan 3 years ago. But you can get it from couca website. http://www.cuoca.com/ Click it at the link in my blog. It's there. i am tempted to get the heart shape one too. he he...

Tara said...

I ❤❤❤ your blog! It is very inspirational ... and I am sure to be using your wonderful ideas (and presentation) in the future.
Thank you for sharing!

Honey boy said...

hi Tara, thanks for dropping by! I am very glad you like my works...

Love you share with people who like to bake. YOur children are so beautiful. Sweet!! See you more often. cheers!

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