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Sunday, 30 November 2014

No Knead, No Bake...Steamed Bread 免揉免烤...蒸面包

No....they aren't Huat Kueh...they are BREAD! I made these last week when my mixer was out of order. 

No need to knead the dough, simple method and effortless. I was not in the mood of baking so I steamed the bread instead of bake in the oven. My second attempt, I air-fried with my Tefal Actifry. Yeah... really not in the mood of Click here for air-fry or bake bread recipe.

The steamed version looks super funny.....because I was too greedy to dump in too much dough into each cup, they rose so high that almost touch the lid of my steamer. But the texture was fine and soft....hmm... half bread half cake texture. Something light and for those who wants to make bread but don't have an oven, can give this a try... a very healthy steamed bread :)

Ingredients & Method:

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75g Warm Water
10g Milk Powder 

1/2 tsp Yeast

1. Mix A together until the milk powder fully dissolved. 

2. Sprinkle yeast over (A). Set aside.

3. Mean while, prepare (B).

40g Castor Sugar
1/4 tsp Salt
1 Kampong Egg (or 1/2 of a large egg)
30g Unsalted Butter (softened)

150g Bread Flour

4. Add (B) into (A). Stir to combine.

5. Add in bread flour and stir with a pair of chopsticks in one direction until smooth.

6. Transfer the dough to a container. Cover and keep in the fridge over night.

7. This is how it looks like, the next day...

8. The dough is sticky and soft. Use a spoon to scoop out and place into a paper cup. Repeat for the rest. Let it proof 60- 75 minutes.

9. Steam 15 minutes in a hot steamer. **Don't put too full in each cup if you don't want your steamed bread looks like Huat Kueh. lol....

Some feedback from those who have tried this recipe:

By Anna Chong

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