made buns using killer toast recipe for breakfast and lunch. this is my all time favorite recipe. simple ingredients and so so.. soft bread.
just add all ingredients and knead in breadmaker. shaped separately and baked in oven.
Here’s the recipe:
260 gm bread flour
30 gm sugar
30 gm butter
1 tsp salt
1 tsp yeast
1 large egg + milk =180 gm
i divided the dough into 45gms and yielded 12 buns. rest them covered with a wet cloth for10 mins .
shaped the buns. made 8 sausage buns and 4 kosong buns. 2nd proofing in oven for about an hour.
eggwashed the buns and baked at 170 Celsius for about 12-15 minutes.
I always made the same mistake by placing the buns too near each other.
sausage buns and kosong buns cooling after baking and brushed with a generous amount of butter for shine.
decorating bun is one of the reasons I baked and my favourite part of making bread.
same themed cappuccino. ☕
made a girl forever friend bun too. lunch for me was egg mayo and cheese and boiled nai bai veg.
oh, also made sausage and pork floss buns. just add some mayo to ‘glue’ the pork floss.
keeping the buns in a cake dome.
my epic failure in shaping bun below just for laugh. it’s supposed to be a bear! what do you see?
see what I did to it on the next post! stay tuned. ☕😊
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the Daiso ball shaker was out of stock for a long time when it was first sold. I’ve used it to shape meat balls and buns fillings.
hey you can even shape rice with it just fill rice and shake shake. fill less to make smaller rounded balls.
dinner ~ chawanmushi recipe, mushroom potato stew, raw carrot and mini tomatoes.
i received special requests for a virtual totoro and doraemon cappucinos and made complimentary themed buns too.
here are some pictures for your virtual feasting. hope they bring a smile to you as they did to me. enjoy!
these sweet potato buns are so soft that i had a hard time turning it (right side up) to cool on the cooling on the rack. Original recipe referred from mimi baking house.
total recipe is 585 gm and i made 14 (approx 40gm) buns.
i baked 9 buns in a square pan and 5 in my smallest chiffon pan, 6 inches in diameter.
- 260 gm bread flour
- 45 gm sugar
- 5 gm salt
- 15 gm butter
- 165 gm cold milk
- 100- 110 gm mashed steam sweet potato
- 1 tsp yeast
sweet potato paste (filling)
- 100 gm sweet potato
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1 Tsp butter
- steam and mix altogether. enough to fill 7 balls only.
- mixed all ingredients and separately add yeast into my trusty panasonic sd104 bread maker which did all the kneading and 1st proofing. – will take an one hour.
- took out dough and hand knead, punching air out before shaping into 14 balls and a few pairs of very small balls (for ears and tails). cover with a wet cloth- dough to rest for 10 minutes
- pin roll shaped balls flat and spoon in fillings. wrapped and roll with hand into balls again.
- placed them into baking pan.
- thereafter, into the oven with 2 cups of hot water (underneath baking pans) for second proofing – for an hour.
- bake at 170 degrees for 12-15 mins depending on how light or dark crust you like.
- check doneness by inserting a thermometer . anything more 90 degrees Fahrenheit dough has becomes bread! 🙂
for a person (me) who just started making bread 2 months ago, this recipe is a keeper for now. i love the pink colour, the texture and of course the star ingredient, sweet potatoes which is packed with nutrients.
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I am totally in awe with latte art. I did my first last year and have been making on an average 3 latte and/or cappuccinos weekly if not more in the past year.
one of my absolutely must have kitchen gadget for this is my nespresso’s aeroccino. it can froth foamy milk perfectly for 3d cappuccinos or 2d etched latte art. however, it’s not the right consistency for free pour latte art. 😦
Here’s what i had for coffee break today – a home baked hello kitty kaya bun and hello kitty (singapore’s 2 bows) 3d cappuccino.
made hello kitty bun by cutting the crust away with a small scissors. added cheese and punched seaweed/nori.
below is a shot of espresso from my trusty pink nespresso coffee machine and frothed milk with aeroccino. see how micro-foamy is the milk!
pour milk into the glass. scooped and ‘scuptured’ milk foam into desired character. it’s usually two tiny ears and a round face. in this instance, i made two little bows onto the head. can you see it?
add facial details and add colour (food colouring) to bows.
tadah – all things hello kitty. 🙂
daiso hello kitty clip $2 ! hello kitty spoon and pen to write down my to-do list for the next day.
below are a few favourite pics of recent homemade cappuccinos and buns.
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