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Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Light & Fluffy Japanese Sweet Loaf 奶香松软甜面包

Light & Fluffy Japanese Sweet Loaf 奶香松软甜面包 - Soft bread recipe using Flour Gelatinised Method, yield fluffy bread that stay soft for days.

22 Sept 2015...

Lately I have been trying out different bread recipes, trying different methods to get bread that will stay soft for days. All these does is to get myself ready for Primary 1..... Yes, I'm not joking. Next year my boy is going to P1 and I'm planning to bake bread for his breakfast. There's no way for me to bake in the dawn, I need recipes that yield soft bread that will stay soft for the next few days. So I don't need to get up early to prepare breakfast. :)

I have tried one of Alex Goh's recipe using flour gelatinised method. 

Here's the recipe>> Plain Sweet Loaf that stay soft for days . 

This time, I tried another one with whipping cream. If you have tried bread recipe with whipping cream, you'd know how's the texture of this bread. Light and fluffy, and YES, this bread stay soft for many days! 




120g Bread Flour

85g Boiling Water


380g Bread Flour

140g Sugar (reduce sugar if you like it less sweet)

About 1 tsp Salt

2.5 tsp Instant Yeast


120g Cold Milk

100g Cold Whipping Cream

60g Cold Egg


40g Unsalted Butter (softened)


Some softened butter to grease the pan and work top.

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Day 1:

1. Mix (A) together using a spoon. Form a rough dough. Cover and let it cool completely. Keep in the fridge for at least 10 - 12 hours.

Day 2:

2. Mix (B) in a mixing bowl. Add in (C) and knead to form a dough. Add in (A) and knead until well combined. Add in (D) and continue to knead until it passes the membrane test/ windowpane stage. 

3. Cover and let it proof for 90 minutes or until double in size.

4. Transfer the dough to a lightly greased work top. Punch down. Divide into 2 equal portions. Cover with cling wrap and let it sit for 10 minutes.

5. Grease the rolling pin with some butter, roll the dough flat. 

6. Roll up, then roll the dough flat and roll up and seal. 

7. Transfer to a greased baking tin. 

8. Cover and let it proof for 60 minutes.

9. Bake in a preheated oven 200'C, lowest rack for 30-35 minutes.

10. When the baking is over, remove the bread from baking tin. Let it cool on the rack.When it's completely cooled, slice and serve.
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