Greentea Assorted Buns

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Greentea Raisins Buns

Ingredients:
520g Bread flour
250g milk
10g Yeast
50g Fine Sugar
1 tsp Salt
15g Greentea powder
2 Large Eggs
50g Butter

Method:
1. Mix all ingredients together (except butter) in the bread machine and knead till dough forms.
2. Add in butter and allow the machine to do it’s job.
3. Remove from machine and punch down to de-gas.
4. Divide into equal portions and shape as desired.
5. Rest for 30 minutes or doubled in size.
6. Bake in preheated oven at 180C for 20 minutes or until golden.

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13 Comments »

  1. Lily Tan said

    Jeannie, tks for sharing! You are really gifted in baking!! Even your green tea bread look so gd! You can open bakery shop alr!!! :))

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    • jeannietay said

      Haha! it will close shop before I even begin but thanks for the compliment.

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  2. Daniel Carlson said

    I would love to taste this one. This sounds good and delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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    • jeannietay said

      Yes, delicious indeed, you could try baking some, it’s not that difficult:D

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  3. Hana said

    hi jeannie, thank you for sharing this recipe. it looks good and healthy. may i know if green tea buns goes well with cream cheese topping? Thanks!

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    • jeannietay said

      Oh yes, it would taste so delicious with cheese!

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      • Hana said

        The breads were so soft and loved by my family! Made another version: Matcha Green Tea Nutella roll with drizzle of cream cheese!
        As I’m typing now, the breads were still soft after almost 24 hr baking!

        Thank you for sharing JeannieTay❤

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  4. Hana said

    You can view the breads baked at my Instagram: hanna_bakes

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  5. mary said

    Hi Jeannie, thanks for sharing. I am newbie to bread making. May I know how many grams of raisins used and at which part of the process are the raisins added in? Thanks in advance.

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    • jeannietay said

      just put in about 50g; put in shortly after you add butter.

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      • Mary said

        Thanks Jeannie!🙂 Sorry, I just manage to read your reply.

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  6. Jenny Yong said

    Hi Jeannie, I’m Jenny. Thanks for sharing for all those great bread recipes.

    1) May I know does this dough need to be kneaded till pass the window pane test?
    2) what is the size of the pan that you are using? 8″?

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    • jeannietay said

      I believe in kneading all bread dough to window pane stage. I think my pan is 9″.

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