Friday, March 18, 2016

Zebra Patches Bread Loaf 斑马花紋土司

After made the giraffe patches bread loaf and leopard patches bread loaf , last i also made this Zebra patches pattern to have a complete full collection of animal patches bread loaf ^_^





Zebra pattern is rather easy to make if compare to earlier two patterns..








Zebra Patches Bread Loaf斑马花紋土司
*for a 11cmx20cm (internal), non-stick Pullman tin

375g bread flour
30g sugar
1/2tsp fine salt
1tsp instant active dry yeast
250g fresh milk ( I use cold milk from fridge)
25g butter (salted), room temp.


For dark patches pattern
2tsp Japanese charcoal powder
1/2tbsp fresh milk

Method

1.      Mix all bread ingredients in a mixing bowl except butter, mix and knead till smooth.
2.      Add in butter, then knead till dough that shinny and smooth.
3.      Divide the dough into two portions. Place the plain dough in a bowl and set aside to proof.
4.      For another plain dough, add in Japanese charcoal powder and milk, hand knead till combine. Set aside to proof.
5.      Divide the each dough into 6 small portions, set aside to rest for 15mins.
6.      Use a rolling pin, roll plain dough into to a flat oval shape (thicker in one end, thinner in another end), place into Pullman tin.
7.     Then roll the charcoal dough to oval shape, place over plain dough in Pullman tin, continue the rest of dough till finished. Put aside for final proofing till 90% full.
8.     Cover the Pullman tin, bake in a preheated oven at 190C for 35mins, then 180C (fan forced) for another 5mins. Every oven is difference, please adjust accordingly.


Recipe by Sonia a.k.a Nasi Lemak Lover

10 comments:

The Auctioneer, Cletus Fernandez, mobile : 0178511838 said...
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Anonymous said...

so cute and creative. thanks for sharing.

ADE-SG

Fern @ To Food With Love said...

Very nice! Don't think I can get charcoal powder in oz....

Anonymous said...

Amazing! Sonia, you're well done!

Suk Chen

Chloe said...

Very beautiful pattern. Just wondering why do u roll one end thicker than the other? Hope to try soon. Thanks for sharing. Chloe.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Chloe , to create the Zebra patterns

Tally said...

Oh yum! thanks

My Little Space said...

Such gorgeous work, Sonia ! Kudos.
Blessings, Kristy

Anonymous said...

Really nice pattern. As you mentioned, need to roll one end thicker and the other thinner. How about during stacking the roll dough. The thicker side stack with thinner side on top? I hope you do understand my doubt here. Thanks a lot.
Pooi Leng.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Pooi Leng, there is no rule during stacking of dough, this way let it became more natural pattern.

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