Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Mini Pandan Loaf


300g bread flour
1 1/2tsp instant yeast
55g sugar
1/2tsp salt
1tbsp milk powder

30g egg
70ml coconut milk
80ml water
1tbsp pandan juice
1/3tsp pandan paste

20g shortening/ unsalted butter

100g raisins

egg wash
dessicated coconut

1. Combine (A) together in cake mixer.
2. Add in (B) and mix in low speed until it form a dough.
3. Switch to medium speed and add in shortening.
4. Continue to beat until it form a smooth and elastic dough.
5. Add (D) and mix till well blended.
6. Cover dough and let it prove for 50-55mins.
7. Divide dough into about 8 equal portion(about 80g each) and rest for another 10mins.
8. Shape into oval and place it into the greased mini loaf tray.
9. Cover and leave to prove for 45mins until it doubled in size.
10.Preheat oven to 180C.
11.Brush surface with beaten egg and sprinkle some dessicated coconut on top.
12.Bake in a preheated oven for 15mins until buns is brown.
13.Remove buns from tray and cool it on a wire rack.

(Note: You may adjust the amount of coconut milk and water(liquid total amount-150ml) to your own prefer.)


Jess @ Bakericious said...

Happy Flour, the pandan loaf looks cute and yummy. May b I shall buy the loaf pan too so I can use it when wanna bake somethin mini to give away. Thanks for sharing

Kitchen Corner said...

I like your mini loaf pan. Can make mini stuffs. I find that mini pastry really attracting people. May be I shall get one, what you think?

MaryMoh said...

These look so cute and delicious. I like them. Wish I can have some! :D

Happy Flour said...

Hi Jess and Kitchen Corner,

Thanks, I also felt the same mini bakes really attract people. This is why when I saw this mini loaf pan, I already had a vision of yummy... mini loaf and others mini bakes. You can get this mini loaf pan at OG Department Store.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Mary Moh, yourselves, if your arms are long enough.