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Saturday, January 06, 2007

Apple Yoghurt Roll


300 gm. Bread flour
6 gm. Instant Yeast
1/8 tsp. salt
50 gm. Castor sugar
20 gm. milk powder
115 gm. water
100 gm. fresh milk
1/2 tsp. bread improver
1/2 tsp. bread softener (optional)

40 gm. Butter or margarine

fillings: 100 gm. plain yoghurt
30 gm. instant custard

apple fillings: Mix all the ingredients together and cook over low heat till mixture thickens. Cool before using. You can use apple pie filling as a substitute.

300 gm. diced fuji apples
100 gm. sugar
1/8 tsp. salt
80 gm. water
1/2 Tbsp. lemon juice
30 gm. cornflour + 30 gm. water (mix together)
15 gm. butter

Method for bread dough:

(1) Put all the ingredients into a mixer and beat for 10 mins. till dough becomes smooth.
(2) Add in butter and continue beating for another 5 mins. till well mixed.
(3) Take out dough from mixer and roll into a round ball and let it rest for 45 mins. or till double in size.
(4) Cut,scale and weigh into 50 gm. round balls and let it rest for another 10 mins.
(5) Roll dough into a long rectangular shape, spread some yoghurt mixture onto dough , top up with some apple filling and roll into a swiss roll. Cut into half and place both cut doughs, side by side into small moulds - oval shape or rectangular shape..let it prove again for another 45 mins.
(6) Brush with beaten eggs and bake at 190C for about 10 to 12 min.s or till golden brown.
(7) Take out bread from moulds and leave onto wire rack to cool.
(8) Serve warm or cooled with a cup of coffee or tea. enjoy!! simply delicious.


Anonymous said...

Wish you a very Happy New Year! I won t be there tomorrow...but hope everybody will have a good time!

yochana said...

Thanks Fougassetta,

Though you're not attending our gathering, thanks for remembering... We'll definitely have a good time. Imagine about 30 mouths opening at one time..LOL


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for receipe , but i wonder where i can find bread improver and bread softener,it's wonderful if you have picture to see , thanks

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

You can get bread improver and bread softener from Sun Lik or Phoon Huat. They are in powder form.


Anonymous said...

Hi yochana's
I'm lived in Canada , I try to find in many supermarket ! but can't find it !
(I'm the one asked about bread improver :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy, Tried this recipe yesterday and was told it was good. Thanks so much for it.

yochana said...

Thanks christina for the feedback.


Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana.
Is there any substitute for 'bread improver and bread softener'?