Monday, April 19, 2010

Mini sausage au Lait bread

I have so long did not bake bread especially au Lait bread. Earlier I just gave this bread name as "Oleh bread", directly translated from Chinese, but now I change the name to au Lait because Jane told me au Lait meaning milk in French, correct me if I'm wrong. Today I use the the balance sausages from Lucas's party to bake this mini sausage au Lait bread.

Desmond would like to present this very milky and lovely bread to you, hope you will like it..

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This time I changed cold water to cold milk, so this bread is very milky and soft, my kids just love this bread.

Mini sausage au Lait bread
(printable recipe)

Ingredients:-
A)
500g High protein flour
60g caster sugar
½ tsp salt

B)
270g cold milk
40g egg white

C)
1 and ½ tsp yeast

D)
80g butter

Some sausages, chopped

Steps:-
1. Mix A, then add in B, combine well.
2. Add in C, continue knead.
3. Then add in D, knead till elastic. (The dough is quite sticky, don't tend to add more flour !!)
4. Rest for 60mins.
5. Slightly knead the dough again and rest for another 30mins.
6. Shape the dough and wrap in chopped sausages, rest for another 15mins.
7. Bake at pre-heated oven at 180c for 25mins.


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Happy Baking !!

60 comments:

cikmanggis said...

thank you desmond hehe..so cute arr :)

Jane Chew said...

Desmond very cute!

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Your son is very very cute and the bread looks like a work of art. Perfectly baked dear!

ai wei said...

the bread is sooo nice! and desmond is super kawaii ^^

by the way, how to make the bread into very very soft type and not turning hard after leaving some times???

Bakeling said...

I like the first photo , 写真集,天真的真 and au lait bread, Desmond's expression is natural and really wanted to promote this bread that he likes very much !

梦熊 - 张峰与 (Wallace Teo) said...

first time come here .. your blog really nice

WyYv said...

Cute breads there :) The size and the shape of the breads are simply attractive~ must be very delicious and soft as well :D

Little Corner of Mine said...

The bread is so cute as well as your son!

noobcook said...

great photoes of the beautiful bread especially with your son's cute expression ^^

Mary said...

Your rolls look amazingly good and your little guy is a heart breaker. What a smile! I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

MaryMoh said...

They look so small and cute. The texture looks perfect and soft. I'm sure I can eat a dozen of them :P

Mama Holli said...

Wonderful photos!!! Wonderful recipe!!! I just started making something similiar that is my Grandmother's recipe!!! She was Czech and we call them Klobasnek.....pigs in a blanket!
http://nobodyputsmamainacorner.blogspot.com/2010/04/mama-holli-is-proud-as-peacock.html

Anh said...

Very nice!! Your son is sooo cute!

Happy Homebaker said...

Lovely shots of your child, he is so cute! Now, I am not sure whether to pinch his cheeks or your bread roll?!

My Little Space said...

I'm a bread lover! And these look just perfect for me. hehe....

Chow and Chatter said...

great bread and wow adorable snap and cool party fun and laughter love it

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

Desmond so cute. Perfect shot and perfect bread.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like bread, but lazy to make as it takes a lot of time...

AngieYHL said...

Little Model, Superb Desmond. Wonderful Mum.

月亮 said...

我只注意到那个可爱的小女孩罢了,哈哈

Yummy Koh said...

The bread looks very soft ...

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Cute bun and cute boy. ;)

My Little Things Corner said...

Desmond is cute & bun also looks cute & yummy.

~ 仪仪妈咪 ~ said...

Handsome Boy ^_^

Kitchen Corner said...

This recipe looks great! I must give it a try. Thanks for sharing. I like mini buns :P

gaga said...

Oooh, this looks delicious. I definitely think I'd like these.

tigerfish said...

Desmond is like so fascinated with the Au Lait bread you made. Cheering on your bakes with this famous soccer cheer "oleh, oleh, oleh, oleh" :D

苏联妈妈 said...

both also cute cute ler...i love it !

ReeseKitchen said...

This recipe is simple & interesting ya, I'll try this out very soon...:)

3 hungry tummies said...

Very cute photos... he is very good with the camera haha

Anonymous said...

Your reader from Singapore.

Your son is really very cute looking. I love his eyelashes!

Lazaro Cooks! said...

Thank you for stopping by the blog. Look forward to followin you here. Cheers!

Angie's Recipes said...

Desmond is just sweet! A boy?? Oh my...he has an ANGEL look

petite nyonya said...

Desmond's a cute boy and that 'oleh bread' looks soft and nice!

Jo said...

Haha, I really cannot help smiling when I look at Desmond's pictures. I thought he was a girl at first! But the buns look super soft and fluffy. Great idea to use milk and it tends to make it even more moist and delicious.

Cinnamon-Girl said...

Such sweet pictures of Desmond! The breads look so yummy with the sausage surprise inside!

Gulmohar said...

Desmond is super cute..his looks says, how long should I pose for you Mamma...can't wait to put it in my mouth ..lol

Federica said...

wow sono favolosi!

Colin Woon said...

Great shots and great bake! Simply awesome Sonia!

Beachlover said...

wah...your son really look great wt the bun!! i like this recipe look really easy and simply!! your bun look soft and moist!!

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

They look so good and that last photo is just so precious! :D

Pete said...

I like the sound of Au Lait.....love creamy milky taste!

Suhaina said...

oh, very soft and yummy looking bread.Love it.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thanks for stopping by.I also love this series of Desmond's photo,FYI, he is a boy but not girl, hehehe..

ai wei, do try out this recipe, it still maintain soft after I keep till the next day. Personnaly i find a recipe with soft dough get softer bread, example like this one.

Blessed Homemaker said...

Check out those eyelashes!!

Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi said...

Desmond has REAL long eyelashes ... @@ What a pretty boy! The buns look so soft!

Yes, "lait" means milk in French. "Au" means literally "to/(in)to/at the _____." So, let's say ... "pain au lait" literally means "bread to the milk."

温馨小屋 said...

哈哈!Desmond很乖咧!你叫他脱衣服拍照,他没有拒绝吗?
照片拍得真好!面包一定也很好吃!

Beau Lotus said...

Very soft and delicious-looking bread, wish I could have some!

However you have a typo error and used "au laid" at some point. Laid means ugly in French which is certainly not the case of your beautiful buns :-).

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Bleesed homemaker, Thanks for stopping by.

Pei-Lin, Thanks for your kind explaination.

Felvinc, he usually dont wear shirt when hot weather, not I force him to take off his shirt ok, hahaha..

Beau Lotus, Thanks for pointed out the error, just change it. I dont want this bun become ugly bun, hehehe..

Simply June said...

Sonia, is high protein flour - bread flour? this look so yummy! I suck at making bread but i'm tempted to try out ur recipe

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

June, yes, high protein flour equal to bread flour, Happy baking!!

Cameron said...

this bread is awesome!!

Everybody Eats Well in Flanders said...

Hi Sonia

I am new to bread-making. This bun looks really delicious. I wana ask, for the 3rd step, knead til elastic...are u kneading using hands, how long does it take to knead by hand til elastic?

Can you pls advise? Thanks !

Miss B

Daniel said...

Made this a couple of days ago using the bread machine (yes, I'm lazy and proud of it). Stuffed them with some cheese and breakfast links. Fantastic! My bread was a little dense, though. Next time I think I'll give them a little more rest/rise before baking.

Thanks for sharing!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Miss B, sorry for my late reply, yes, i knead by hands, took about 10mins.

Daniel, you are most welcome, glad to know you like this recipe.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia,

Will the dry yeast be fine without some lukewarm water since the milk is cold? i tried something similar however my dry yeast did not dissolve into the dough and the dough did not rise much. Also im using a microwave over as i dont have an oven to bake it in.

Thank you very much for the help!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Anonymous, ya, I have no problem with this recipe when the milk is cold, anyway, no problem if you want to active the yeast with 1tbsp of lukewarm, should be ok. May I know your name please...

Mabel said...

Hi Sonia,
The bread looks really great and so does your pictures. Would like to bake this bread, but new to baking and will be baking bread for the first time so would like your guidance.
You have mention 270g Milk and 40g Egg white if you could please tell me how many eggs will I need to get 40g of egg white and how much ml of milk will make 270g.
Thank you very much for your help!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Mabel, 40g egg white is about 1-2 eggs, and you need to weight the egg white to get 40g. Same goes to milk, I am not sure what ml as I weight the milk instead. I will find out the ml if I make this again. Hope this help.

Elizabeth Tee said...

Hi Sonia I make this bread following your recipe and method but the skin of my bread a bit hard... I'm using Microwave Oven and I used hand to knead the dough. I dont know what is the problem... help..

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