Sunday, January 16, 2011

Beetroot Bread

Who said beetroot bread is supposed to be red? My beetroot bread turned out as brown color :P. It looks just like wholemeal bread. Utilizing the breadmaker machine again, I made another loaf of bread with beetroot juice. Oh ya, the measuring spoon at the back was a gift from Anncoo Journal, Thanks Anncoo!

Beetroot Bread  (Use Basic Programme of Tesco Bread Maker BM07)

300gm bread flour
200gm super fine flour
2tbsp of milk powder
2tbsp of sugar
1tsp of salt
2tsp of dried yeast
40gm of butter at room temp
200ml water at room temp
100ml of beetroot juice
some raisins

1. Add water and beetroot juice follow by butter.
2. Add bread flour, super fine flour, salt and sugar.
3. Tap the pan lightly to settle the flour. Add sugar and milk powder and salt.
4. Add the yeast in small heap in the center of the pan. Note: Prevent the yeast from salt.
5. Lock the pan in the bread maker. Set the program to "Basic" follow by loaf size and select the crust color.
6. Add raisins in between the proving process. The bread maker will complete the task in 3 hours.


Stella said...

Neato Mosquito! You guys make the coolest stuff. I wish I could have a piece of this with some butter and hot tea;) Yum!

WendyinKK said...

Beetroot won't turn red after being baked ler. Remember Gert's special chiffon? The prickly pear has the same type of pigment as beetroot, which is betalain. It turns peachy and orangy instead of remaining pink or red.

More experiments coming up, I guess. :p

Priya Suresh said...

Prefect looking beetroot bread..

ann low said...

WOoo...pretty picture with my measuring spoons in it;DD
Your Beetroot bread looks so good!

daphne said...

hehe, i thought this would be red too when i read the title! this would taste somewhat sweet wouldnt it?

Anonymous said...

I don't quite enjoy eating beetroot on its own. I guess having it in my bread is something I can try.

tigerfish said...

Strange that the color is not beetroot red after baking :O

noobcook said...

red or not, it sure looks yummy!

Belly Good Cooking said...

Hmm... although beetroot has very strong colour but it's colour will not remain when baked, hey....? Nice looking bread. :)

pigpigscorner said...

I didn't know that it won't be red after baking!

Pei-Lin said...

Based on what Wendy has said here, I think hor the color of the beets shows up best only in handmade noodle gua?

Ya, beets make great addition to bread! In fact, I did something similar by adding excess Italian parsley to my bread by first "pureeing" it with some water. Here's my bread from last Sunday, which basically uses up whatever leftovers I had. I LOVE making bread!

Joanne said...

The last beet bread I made was DEFINITELY pink but this looks super delicious no matter the color!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks soft and yummy.

Christina Kim said...

Healthy healthy!! =)
That's a good recipe ;)

Juliana said...

Wow, what a different flavor of bread...I am sure that must delicious with the sweetness of the beetroot. Will have to give this a try :-)

My Little Space said...

Sorry that it doesn't turned out as expected. No worries, can always try with something else. Red dragonfruit is a nice choice! However, the bread texture looks great. Thanks for sharing and hope you're having a terrific time.
Cheers, Kristy


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