Monday, July 11, 2011

Potato Bread Loaf


I'm glad that I can spend some time to make a potato bread today. This is supposed to be potato sweet bun recipe, but due to my laziness, I made it into bread loaf instead. :)



After tasting it, I realized that potato is a good ingredient to replace portion of the wheat flour. With the mashed potato added, the bread has mild fragrant of potato that is not overpowering. Also, the bread is a little bit moist compared to 100% high Protein flour bread. 

Potato Bread Loaf (Use Basic Programme of Tesco Bread Maker BM07)

Ingredients:
80gm fresh milk at room temp
40gm butter
10gm Sunflower oil
1/2 egg, beaten
1 potato (about 140gm), peeled, steamed and mashed
1/4 tsp of salt
50gm of fine sugar
300gm bread flour
1 tsp dried yeast

Steps:
1. Add milk follow by beaten egg, oil and butter.
2. Add flour, salt, sugar and mashed potato.
3. Tap the pan lightly to settle the flour.
4. Add the yeast in small heap in the center of the pan.
5. Lock the pan in the bread maker. Set the program to "Basic" follow by loaf size (1.5lb) and select the crust color.
6. The bread maker will complete the task in 3 hours.

23 comments:

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Love the picture
looks rustic

kitchen flavours said...

That's a lovely loaf of bread! I did not know that TESCO has their own bread machine!

Yee Er said...

The bread looks soft.... I also didn't know tesco has their bread machine!! Me normally knead dough by hand, use to it already, pai mia...

Maris(In Good Taste) said...

If one can call bread beautiful then this is it. Beautiful loaf of bread!

Elin said...

Homemade bread are so much healthy. Since having bought Peter Reinhart's Artisan bread books , I never buy store bread anymore :) Making bread can be addictive :)

Yours looks great. Shall try using mashed potato. Thanks for sharing the tip of using potato for bread making .

tigerfish said...

*sob sob*...i cannot do anything but imagine...

Umm Mymoonah said...

Wow! That loaf looks perfect, love the pictures.

New Kid on the Blog said...

I have a question... without bread maker can we just bake bread also?

Little Inbox said...

New Kid, can, but you have to knead the dough with your hands. :)

Cuisine Paradise said...

your bread look great. soooo soft, fluffy and nicely done. *thumb up!

Anncoo said...

This must be a very soft bread with potato added and especially healthy. Love your pictures.:)

Eat Only Lar! said...

Really nice photos that you have here. And the potato bread looks so good! Comfort food are always nice. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

By the way, I'm Wen Ching from Sugar Bean. I've moved my blog to http://www.eatonlylar.com/. Can you please update the link? Thank you! =)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks great! I will have to make bread tomorrow.

daphne said...

yummmm!! i have not thought of mashed potato in bread. this is new to me but it's so enticing!!!

TasteHongKong said...

I can see the bread is soft and nicely baked : ).

Carrian said...

love, love the photo!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Lovely pictures! Your bread look soft and good.

noobcook said...

You're getting so good at baking!

Joanne said...

First of all, that is one GORGEOUS photo! And potato really goes so well in bread! Good call.

Torviewtoronto said...

this looks wonderful do you think this would work with all purpose flour?
bread looks fabulous reminds me of bread sold in prince edward island

Little Inbox said...

Torviewtoronto, no, you have to use bread flour or high Protein flour.

Andrei said...

Hi!
Any chance you have the user's guide?
I lost it and I need the recipes section. If there's not too much to ask, maybe you could scan them(4 pages) and send them to andreibocanescu@gmail.com.

Thanks in advance.

vionmickey said...

Hi how much is tesco selling the bread maker?

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