Thursday, March 12, 2009

Bread

Made these last night for the boys and hubby. But office colleagues got to eat some of the bread too as I had too much at home. Used up all the coconut filling at last to make them into coconut buns. I know the boys won't want the coconut buns so I made some sausage buns for them.

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27 comments:

Jae said...

Hi Baking Mum,

Your bun look like those selling in Spore bakery shop. I miss it though.
Can you share the bun recipe please? Are you hand kneading or machine kneading?

Thanks in advance.

Jae from Australia

Hugbear said...

Hi Jae, you can get the bread recipe under Sweet Bread Dough.

Kaitlin said...

Mmmm it all looks so good!

Kitchen Corner said...

I enjoy reading your blog. Your baking is really fantastic. Natural yet good looking. Your family must be very proud of you. Thanks for sharing your recipe. I like the pineapple tart in round shape, very cute!

Blessed Homemaker said...

Hi Lee Lee,
May I link you in my blog? Thanks! Reena

Amy said...

Aiyo Lee, your bread looks INCREDIBLY good.

Batool Alrahhal said...

Hi Baking Mum,
I'm new here, I like your blog.
love these buns. I make a similar recipe and I use sausage and feta cheese mix for filling, but never tried coconut. They look delicious. I'm gonna try it soon.
But I couldn't find the ingredients for the coconut filling. Can u share it please ?

Dominique said...

The bread looks so good.. yeah.. if you can do share the recepie. My boys love sausage buns also :)

Bits of Life 'n' Taste said...

This is lovely and yummy!

Hugbear said...

Hi Batool, you can either use the coconut filling recipe under Pandan Cake with coconut filling recipe or under Kueh Dadar recipe.

Hugbear said...

Hi Dominique, the recipe is under Sweet Bread Dough.

amy said...

Hi,
Just wanted to drop in a line and let you know of the “Baking Event –Calling all Foodies” hosted by me at the foodie site www.ifood.tv. You are invited to be part of this event that aims to unite bloggers to some great baking this month. The details are all here http://www.ifood.tv/blog/baking_event_calling_all_foodies

Jae said...

Hi Baking Mum,

Thanks for the recipe. I didn't know this recipe was from Alex Goh's book. I bought it but left if at my home in Msia.

Anyway, I made the buns and it was very successful. The buns was gone once it come out from the oven. I gonna make another batch today.

By the way, can I link your blog to mine?

Thanks a lot.

Jae from Australia.

Anonymous said...

HI,

Why is it my bread has a 'yeasty' smell after it is baked? Is yours like that? The bakery doesn't have those yeasty smell,, is it because it is over proofed?

Also the bread hardens quickly.
Thank you for your wonderful blog!
jen

Hugbear said...

Hi Jen, of course you can link me. The bread I made don't have the yeasty taste. It smells great because of the butter used.

I am not sure if over proofing was the reason why the bread smell yeasty.

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

I also have National micro wave oven with convention bake. Need your advise, must we remove the round rotating glass plate? Or you use the baking tray on the centre rack for baking cakes & bread?
Thanks.

Marie

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

Can we use hand to knead the dough as I do not have the machine,have only small cake mixer with a pair of hooks. How come the more I knead the dough became more sticky, & how long should we knead?
Thanks

anonymous

jadepearl said...

Your buns are always so delicious and just like BreadTalk. Whenever I try to bake some buns...its never that soft. :(

Anonymous said...

Hi Lee Lee,

I asked you to advise me whether must remove the round glass rotating plate from our micro-wave oven when baking cakes & buns? Also the rack should be at middle or below of the oven?

Thanks

anonymous

Hugbear said...

Hi Anonymous, you can use hand knead but it will be very sticky as the recipe calls for quite a fair bit of sugar. It will be easier and less messy if you use the heavy duty machine to do the work.

Yes, when using conventional baking you have to remove the glass plate.

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

Thanks for your advise, btw we just place the baking tin on the middle rack or below when baking cakes & buns?

anonymous

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

When baking cakes & bread our baking rack should be at the middle or bottom of our microwave oven?
Thanks

anonymous

Hugbear said...

Place on the lower rack.

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

Sorry, I just remember my National microwave oven has only 1 rack in the middle of the oven. So how to place on the lower rack? Thanks

anonymous

Ernest Moretti said...

I have been reading this blog for some time. Wanted to let you know that. I am a fan and enjoy your post. I see this bread it looks like it will be a fun and interesting bread. My mother makes coconut filling bread for diwali each year and everyone in our family loves it. I think I need to spend more time next time & follow your advice.

Hugbear said...

Just place it at the rack you have. Mine also I only have one rack. The uppper rack is impossible to use as it is too near to the heating element.

Hugbear said...

Hi Ernest M., you have a mom that can bake, you should learn from her.

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