Saturday, July 29, 2006

Kiwi Fruit Bread

Ingredients for bread dough:

300 gm. Bread flour
1/2 tsp. salt
2 Tbsp. Milk powder
40 gm. castor sugar
1 1/2 tsp. Instant Yeast

120 ml. water
60 gm. Kiwi Jam
55 gm. margarine

For topping:

1 beaten egg
some Kiwi Jam
some desiccated coconut


(1) Put all the ingredients except margarine into the mixer and blend till combined for about 8 mins.
(2) Put in the margarine and beat for another 5 mins. and beat till dough is smooth and elastic.
(3) Leave dough to proof for about 45 mins.
(4) Divide dough into small balls of about 50 gm. and let it rest for 10 mins.
(5) Roll the round balls into long strips and lay side by side and let it proof for another 45 mins. or double in size.
(6) Brush with egg glaze, sprinkle desiccated coconut on top and pipe 3 lines of kiwi jam over it.
(7) Bake in preheated oven of 190C for about 10 mins. or till golden.
(8) Remove and cool on wire rack.


Edith said...

Lucy, your bread looks so pretty in green.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this yummy recipe.

Unknown said...

Very beautiful & delicious looking bread.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lucy, I finally bake this bread. But used apple sauce instead of kiwi jam and top with chopped walnut. Turn out nice too.

MsCake said...

Hi Aunty

I have a packet of 'tim-sum' flour (not opened) yet. May I ask what can I do with this flour. It is a waste if left untouched. Any easy recipe to make ?

I am sure I can't use this flour for bread, right ?


MsCake said...

Hi Aunty Lucy

Can I use 'tim sum' flour to do this bread. I have a new pkt at home left untouched. or what can I do with it??


Aunty Yochana said...

hi mscake,

bread needs bread flour to make the dough.

tim sum flour can make har kow, soon kueh, radish cake, yam cake,etc


Daniel said...

Have not seen a kiwi fruity bread before this

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