Monday, December 8, 2014

No Knead Bread Loaf 免揉面包


My last bread making was back in December 2011. Time flies, the bread machine is abandoned for almost 3 years. After reading the news on Penang Health Department found rat droppings, human hair, houseflies at one of the Penang bakery shop, I've decided to make my own bread. Let's warm up with a simple recipe  -  no knead bread.

I found that the bread texture is rough and it tastes a bit dry. I'm keen to experiment some other method the next. Hopefully I can discover a dough that works for soft and springy bread to my liking.

No Knead Bread Loaf 免揉面包

Ingredients:
60 g melted butter
300 g bread flour
150 g water at room temperature
5 g yeast
50 g sugar
4 tbsp milk powder
1 egg at room temperature
Some raisins

Steps: 
1. Add all ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
2. Mix up all the ingredients.
3. Cover it up with cling wrap and leave the dough in the fridge for overnight .
4. Take out the dough from the fridge. You can observe the dough is doubled up in size. Leave aside till it warm up to room temperature.
5. Transfer the dough into Tesco brand bread maker and bake under menu 12. You can bake in the oven too (170/180 deg C for 35-40 minutes).
6. Remove the bread from the bread maker/oven, and cool it on a rack before cutting into slices.

2 comments:

Shannon Ziemba said...

Please make more food that is okay for babies! I love your blog! Though it seems you havent been on for a while..come back!😝

Anonymous said...

Hi I bought Tesco breadmaker recently and noticed that my bread don't rise very well. I read in one of your previous post about the importance of yeast and how you are now using a particular brand of yeast. Can you please share what brand of yeast you are currently using? It is quite upsetting to see bread not rising properly and all ingredient and work gone to waste.

thanks for your help

Libby

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