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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Bun

T.H.E R.A.M.B.L.I.N.G.S

Hello everyone. I'm back. Sounds like I've been away to somewhere eh? The truth is, I am just at home during the long holidays for Chinese New Year. The only place that I went was to the driving range. Have I started playing golf? Oh no.... I was just there to accompany dear hubby and at the same time, enjoying reading my novel in peace... and the best part is, I can't fall asleep! Hahaha...

But when I've started on a book, I just can't put it down. Hence the silence in this space...

What am I reading at the moment? Cinta Tak Terucap by Imani Hatta.... can't wait to continue reading.... daa everyone......

Note : HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAK CHU!

T.H.E R.E.C.I.P.E


BUN
Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Bun Lovers Book by K.S.Lee


Ingredients :

300ml full cream milk
1/8 teaspoon salt
30g caster sugar
350g high protein flour / bread flour
50g flour
50g milk powder
11g dried instant yeast
1/2 teaspoon bread improver
50g butter (I used margarine)


Method (Bread maker) :

1. Into the breadmaker pan, add in fresh milk, sugar and salt.
2. Top it with high protein flour, all purpose flour, milk powder, instant dried yeast and bread improver.
3. Set the bread maker to DOUGH setting and press start. When the dough is just combined, add in margarine. Leave the bread maker to finish the cycle which will takes about 1 1/2 hour or so.
4. Remove the dough from the pan and divide the dough into 10 equal portions.
5. Roll out each portion using a rolling pin. Then roll tightly like a swiss roll. Arrange in a baking tray and leave to prove till double the size.
6. Brush the proved rolls with milk.
7. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 180c for 25 minutes or till golden brown.
8. Once out of the oven, brush with a bit of butter. Place on a wire rack to cool. Keep in an airtight container.



Have a nice day!


11 comments:

  1. Hi my darling, HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY TO YOU. Nice to meet a pot pet like that can merepek until the cow comes home. LOL

    Nice roti, so soft and fluffy. I go make kopi-o, you wait for me. hahaha

    Have a lovely day ahead. Psttt... cik abang ada arrange candle light dinner?

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    1. Hello my darling...

      This is really spooky tau. Was just thinking of you... zapppp masuk you punya comment. Dulu Love pun macam tu kan. You read minds or what... huhu... takuttttt.....

      Candle light dinner for what... i pakai fluorescent lights lagi terang. Nanti kalau pakai candle, tercekik tulang! Hahahaha....

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  2. hepi besday mak chu... aiii.. takkan buat bun je utk mak chu... heeee...

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    1. Terima kasih Ratna, bagi pihak mak chu. Ahaks... bun ni bukan untuk mak chu pun. Untuk anak anak sedara mak chu yang dua orang kat dalam rumah ni ha... Mak Chu dok jauh, malas nak nganto kat dia. Wish je... jaadilah... ahaks...

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    1. Macam tukang buatnya ni ha... keh keh keh

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  4. cantik gebus sekali Mamafami, eh tukang buat dia ni gebus ke heeee

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  5. Hi MamaFami, how you doin'? It was really nice of you dropped by my pondok. I missed you. Also I got no link to your place here.
    Ya, nothing like a good book, peace and solitude to relax the mine, provided it's not a book that helps improve blood circulation.

    Love the bun you made, nice colour and smooth texture. Where I am we get those long Vietnamese bun $1.00 for 4.
    The buns you made look so soft and fluffy....ini la masuk mulut lupa nama mak, ha ha ha.
    Have a nice day, and simpan satu lagu dalam hati.
    Lee.

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  6. soalan yang telah pun di jawab tapi tak reti reti jugak makcik nak buat......camna nak maintain kekilatan atas roti tu? mine go kelabu after that...haish....

    ( i jeles tak habih lagi tau ingatkan yr pie maker tu...siap google lagi...jumpa satu site...soklan den tak berjawab lagi...)

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  7. perhhh...
    geram tengpk mama meroti...
    mas juga asyik bertangguh jerk..

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  8. assalam..lamanya menyepi..eheh ..baru 3 hari, tapi rasa mcm forever je..write la something..

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