Monday, April 8, 2013

Was planning to make Hokkaido Milky loaf tonite. I had warmed 109g of milk with 40g of brown sugar n it's now in d ABM pan with 5g of instant yeast waiting to formed. Only then did I realised that I don't have whipping cream!

So I went to d stack of library books that I have on hand n decided on this almost similar ingredients -  Brioche loaf from "80 recipes for your Bread maker" by Richard Ehrlich.

End result - love it! Hubby said it taste more of a mix between bread n cake texture.

Original recipe w/my modification in ()
150ml milk + 3eggs (109g milk + 2 eggs + 70g buttermilk)
300g strong white bread flour (220g bread flour + 100g wheat meal flour)
50g sugar (40g)
75g unsalted butter, melted
1/2 tsp salt (4g)
1 1/4 tsp fast-acting yeast

Put all into pan n select normal loaf setting.
Once kneading phase is done, remove paddle n let d cycle complete.