Love at first sight.... Yes, that was what happened to me the day before. Oh no, don't get me wrong. I am not in love with anyone else but my dearest husband, but I fell in love with someone's bread photo in his blog. Thanks Bro Rozzan for making my curiosity reaches it's maximum level. I just had to try this recipe. What's more, Bro Rozzan had mentioned in his blog, he hasn't tried the recipe just yet and welcomes the feedback if anyone had tried it out. To me, that sounds like a challenge. I love healthy challenges. So yeah, I copied the recipe and off to the kitchen. That was almost Maghrib time. Placed everything in the bread maker and off to pray my namaaz. Then sent Syahmi to his tuition class. After my dear Bread Maker is done with it's job, I removed the dough from the pan and shape it. Arranged it in the tray then covered it with a clean plastic bag. Then fetch Syahmi with hubby. From there, we went to Giant to get some groceries and stopped by the restaurant to have supper. I've totally forgotten about the dough! Hahaha... I guess, I must have enjoyed my supper or maybe the outing that much! When we reached home, it was 11pm. When I checked on the dough.... wow... don't they just look too beautiful to be baked! Haha... gebus, montok, putih, mulus you..... Heated the oven and placed the tray in. The aroma that came out of the oven, I guess, will be like a torture to the neighbours! Hahaha... so sorry guys! Once the bread is done, though I am full with the supper, I just can't resist to enjoy one bun while it's still hot.....and you can just imagine how heavenly nice it is to eat a bun just out of the oven....
Thanks Bro Rozzan for digging this good recipe and sharing it with others. Thanks to rnana for the recipe. Credit goes to both of you. May Allah bless both of you always. Allow me to translate the recipe and post the way I had prepared it for the reading pleasure of my guests... Thank you....
Source : rnana @ Forum Komuniti Teratak
1/2 cup luke warm water
1 egg (large)
300 g flour
80 g sugar
20 g milk powder
1 teaspoon instant dried yeast
1/2 teaspoon bread softener
1/4 teaspoon (heap) bread improver
1 tablespoon margarine
Method : (using Bread Maker)
1. Pour the lukewarm water into the bread maker pan. Add in egg.
2. Add in flour, sugar, milk powder, instant dried yeast, bread softener and bread improver.
3. On the bread maker to Dough setting. (This setting will takes about 1 1/2 hour to finish it's cycle.)
4. Once the dough is just combined, add in the margarine. Let the BM continue it's process.
5. After about 1 1/2 hour, remove the dough from the pan and divide to 63g each. Make into round balls and leave to rest for 10 minutes.
6. Grease a 9 x 9 inch pan with margarine and coat with a bit of flour. Remove the access flour.
7. Shape the balls again and place them in the prepared tin. Wrap the tin and let the dough prove again. In my case, I left it for more than 2 hours. (Actually, according to rnana, the original recipe calls for a 2 hours proving. So I guess, it's a good thing I had forgotten about the dough in the first place! Hahaha)
8. When the dough is double the size, bake in a preheated oven at 180 C for 20 to 25 minutes.
9. Once out of the oven, brush with margarine for a shiny effect.
Verdict : Simply delicious. And my rolls stayed soft till the following night!
Have a nice day everyone!