This is a reblog post largely because I am slowly adding recipes to my past bakes and those which I only posted pictures here. There are so many past bakes whose recipes I cannot remember. So I am taking it a step at a time to recollect. Here is a bake which I really like. It is low in fat and superbly yummilicious!
I prepped the sweet potatoes first. While I cannot exactly remember the quantities, it is probably better to overdo it then under. You can always eat it as a snack if you have some leftover. I probably prepped 2 small size ones. I scrubbed it real clean and boiled it in water. I basically use a fork to test if its cooked through. Once done, I cubed it and set aside. Next, I worked on the dough.
150g Bread Flour
90g Wholemeal Flour
25g Granulated Sugar
4g Instant Yeast
150g Full Fat Milk
Mix dry ingredients in a mixer bowl before pouring in the milk. Mix well and then knead it for 8 to 10 minutes or until it pass the window pane test. Let it proof till it double in size in a warm place. Punch it down and divide the dough into 60g each dough. I rounded it up into a ball before flattening it into a disc and pulling the end of each side longer. I scooped some sweet potatoes onto the centre of the dough and pinched the end tight. If you like, you can sprinkled some black sesame seeds like what Breadtalk did theirs.
I let it proof until it double in size before baking it in a 180 degree oven for 20/25 minutes.
Freshly and Lovingly Baked on : 8th Dec 2013
Wholesome, Fat free and packed with antioxidant. What else can one ask for when it comes to food? This little bun has all three qualities. This bread is inspired by Breadtalk’s sweet potatoes bread. For those who are patrons of Breadtalk will notice a small bun with cube sweet potatoes as one of their mysterious items. Its elusive. When you want it, it is not available. Sometimes, I am just so fed up searching for it. As I went there purposely to get a piece of it for my mom who is the one raving about it, I cannot find it.
Today, I have decided to emulate the taste. What resulted changed my mom’s impression and we will never need to ever search for it ever again. Goodbye Breadtalk, Hello me? Whatever it is, enjoy the piece.