I was getting lazier to write the post, baked lot of breads and cakes but kept all in my hard drive. Emotionally is very down, all the thing changes because of one person, the motivation and the self value...where are they? How come someone can be so selfish to distroy the harmony that I'm trying to build... If this is his intention, then I should be strong to fight the devil in him. There is no love in jelousy, dear. You shouldn't jelous on what I'm doing and enjoy. You should be proud of me and share the joy. Please, open your heart and ask God to strengthen us.
This is not the right timing to introduce this beautiful bread but I sincerely wanted to give thanks to Angie from Angie's Recipes and Vivian from Vivian Pang Kitchen for sharing this beautiful Hokkaido Milky Loaf's recipe, I turned them into cinnamon walnut bread.
This was a very sticky dough because of the whipping cream used. I added some olive oil to make it more workable. Eventually was able to knead it into a elastic film dough.
Recipe adapted from Angie's Recipes and Vivian Pang Kitchen
50g whipping cream
pinch of salt
30g milk powder
300g bread flour
50g rye flour
7g dry instant yeast
120g Gelatinized dough
30g unsalted butter
20ml olive oil
Ingredients for filling: brown sugar, walnuts, cinnamon
Bake at 180C for 40 mins.
WOW!! so creative of you (: it look so lovely and yummy! (:ReplyDelete
WOW! I wish this can be for my breakfast tomorrow :)ReplyDelete
I do not see why one should be jealous of another's hobby...that is so silly! This bread looks so soft and fluffy...I must try this gelatinized method one day...ReplyDelete
Ah Tze, don't let that person get to you, just keep on doing what you enjoy. Stay strong! :)ReplyDelete
The cinnamon bread are amazing! So soft and fluffy looking. Thanks for sharing.
beautiful texture Ah Tze! Don't let that person get to you it isn't worth it!ReplyDelete
Ah Tze, your bread looks very soft and delicious. Got to try using cream in my bread mix seeing all these fantastic result from these breads.ReplyDelete
Soft and fluffy bread. What a great combination of cinammon buns you have! Great job!ReplyDelete
Don't let other person to control your mood, stay happy and do what you like..In fact, this bread look really soft, must be very yummy!ReplyDelete
Looks so soft! yummy ;)ReplyDelete
Nice fluffy bread. Never tried with whipping cream before. Be yourself!ReplyDelete
The bread looks wonderful, it must have smelt really heavenly! I hope everything works out fine for you!ReplyDelete
nice looking buns, tze! i would like to believe that one shldnt stop something that he or she enjoy doing. Cheer up!ReplyDelete
Very nice and soft bread... keep it up tze, continue to do things that could make you happy.ReplyDelete
Wish I had one for breakfast.ReplyDelete
yummmY! I've head a lot about hokkaido milk~ mmmm!ReplyDelete
Thanks everyone for your lovely comments and encouragement! I'm feeling better! Will continue to do what is best for me and my son, a big hug to all!ReplyDelete
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Hang on there. God makes women like a tough cookie, hope you are feeling better now.ReplyDelete
This recipe is one of the few successful I had when I first started to bake bread.
>>Angel, thanks for the lovely award, I really appreciate it, will treasure it on my recognition page, thanks!ReplyDelete
>>Edith, thanks for the encouragement! Glad that you tried this recipe with successful experience as well :)
Gosh, I'm drooling here! You've tempted me to make so cinnabun. Yummm...ReplyDelete