Hokkaido Milky Loaf

it’s been a while since the last time i kneaded bread dough. I’ve forgotten what a nice feeling is that. somehow releasing stress..
esp. when the dough turns to be pretty nice.. i will go dancing around in the kitchen, smiling from ear to ear.

well this one never makes me feel sad whenever i’m making it.

the bread will be soft and slightly sweet, and not that complicated to make as well..

u wanna try to?

Hokkaido Milky Loaf  

*source : dapur mbak Nana

540g Bread Flour
60g Cake Flour
30g Milk Powder (i skipped this coz i only have fresh milk 😀 )
80gr Sugar
10g Instant Yeast (i used fresh yeast)
9g salt
1 pc Egg
250g Fresh Milk (i used 200gr milk and 200 gr whip cream)
150g whipping cream

Mixed all ingredients except salt, then knead it until well blended  (I used mixer and then continuing kneading with hands)
Put the mixer in stuff 2, then knead the dough for 8-15 minuten or until you get an elastic & unsticky dough
Place the dough in a bowl, then cover it with wet cloth and let the dough rest for 60 minutes and rise.
Pund the dough to get rid off the gas, then lightly knead it. Shape it in ball form then rest the dough for another 20 minutes.
Divide the dough into 4, then roll each dough out, then roll it up, place it in baking dish and let it rise until 2/3 of baking dish
Preheated the oven into 170C, then sprinkle the top of the dough with egg, bake it for 40 minutes

happy munching !!


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a young mommy that accidentally found a sanctuary place in front of the oven.. now wanting to learn more.. View all posts by chubbylicious

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