Whole Meal Bread

img_2275Whole Meal Bread

Yields: 1 Loaf (9″x5″x4″) and 3 x 70g buns

INGREDIENTS

400g bread flour
140 g wholemeal flour
20g Black sesame powder
1 ½ tsp instant yeast
30g brown Sugar
1 ½ tsp Salt
40g butter
340g full cream milk (UHT)

METHOD:

Add all ingredients except butter into the stand mixer bowl and reserved 40g of milk.  Using the dough hook attachment, knead until the dough is pliable then add in the soft butter and continue to knead until dough achieved window pane stage. If dough appears dry, add a tablespoon at a time of the reserved milk. The dough should stick a bit at the bottom of the bowl.

Shape into a round ball and leave covered for first proofing. Dough should have doubled in size when done.  Timing is dependable on weather from 50-60 minutes.

Punch down the dough to release the air and place dough on a lightly floured surface. Weigh 3 x 70g dough and shape into buns.  Place on baking sheet for 2nd proofing. Roll out remaining dough into long rectangle shape then roll up like a swissroll.  Place all dough in a greased loaf pan and leave it covered with a damp cloth to rise.

Bake in a preheated oven at 180C for 40 minutes (loaf) and 20 minutes for the buns or until lightly golden.

Remove from the oven and unmould on to a rack to cool completely before slicing.

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5 Comments »

  1. Vivian Yap said

    Pls advise how do I knead the dough using my hands as I don’t have a dough hook for my mixer.. also how long to knead b4 reaching window panel? Thanks in advance.

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    • jeannietay said

      Hi Vivian, you need to knead at least 20-25 minutes by hand. I knead with machine and still took me about 15 minutes.

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  2. Mel said

    Hi Jeannie

    Whenever I used the full amount of liquid stated in the recipe, I will end up with a sticky wet dough and a stiff dough if the amount of liquid is reduced.

    Would appreciate your advise on how to gauge the amount of liquid to use when bread making.

    Thank you.

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    • jeannietay said

      Hi Mel, Always reserved about 1/2 cup of the liquid asked for and slowly add in one tablespoon at a time as you knead. Once you see the dough is forming with the dough sticking to the bottom of the bowl (if you are using a stand mixer) then you can stop adding. Continue to knead until dough is slapping the sides and no long feels sticky but still tacky.

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      • Mel said

        Hi Jeannie
        Thank you. Will keep that in mind =)

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