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How Bake Hokkaido Milk Bread Using TangZhong Starter

Wilton Bread Pan:

Hokkaido Milk Bread
270 gram or 1 2/3 cup all purpose flour
43 gram or 3 1/2 tbsp sugar
4 gram or 1 tsp salt
5.5 gram or 1 tbsp yeast
43 grams or 1 egg
29.5 grams or 2 tbsp heavy cream
27 grams or 3 tbsp milk
92 gram or 1/2 cup TangZhong
24.5 gram or 2 tbsp butter

TangZhong Starter
1/3 cup flour
1 cup water

Optional 1 tbsp of butter for brushing at the end.

1. Make tangzhong stater. Combine flour and water in a pot, mix until lines

appear. Continue mixing for 30 seconds. Remove from heat, set aside and

cool down.

2. Combine flour, sugar, salt, yeast in a mixer. Set aside and change

mixing bowls to a new one.

3. Combine egg, heavy cream milk and butter in a mixer. Swap again for dry

ingredients bowl

4. Combine both bowls together, mix for one minute using the dough hook

5 Add in ONLY 1/2 cup of the 1 cup of TangZhong you've made. Mix on the "4"

speed setting on your mixer with the dough hook attachment for 15 minutes

straight (Don't be like me. I once used like 1 cup of tangzhong and

wondered why is everything a watery mess.)

6. Turn off mixer. Cover the bowl with a plastic wrap. Let it rise for 1 hr

in a warm area. (I use the top of my fridge)

7. Weigh and divide your dough by 3.

8. Shape each piece into a ball. Take a ball, flatten into a circle, bring

the edges together overlapping each other, or "make them hug. Roll down and

flatten into a rectangle. Roll the rectangle up, and place it seam side

down onto a greased bread pan dish.Do this with the rest of the two balls

9. Bake for 30+ minutes or until golden. 365F If you are worried your bread

is going to brown too much cover your bread with foil

10.Brush to the tops with 1 tbsp of melted butter. This part is optional,

but this make your bread all shiny and delicious and yuummy. And you should

totally do it.

11. Cool on a rack. And enjoy your freshly made nomnomnom homemade bread.

This recipe is soooo goood. I can't stop eating this bread, and I'm just

eating the bread and the bread alone without anything on it. That's how

good it is ._. It's, soft, fluffy, has the perfect amount of

sweetness into it. The dough is pretty easy to work with. You can do this

recipe using a mixer, or with a bread machine.


Changes made: Halved the recipe. Instead of 2 loaves of bread it makes 1.

Roughly converted the measurements into cups. Increased the amount of milk.

Took out milk essence/milk power. Instead of bread flour I use All Purpose

flour. Instead of a bread machine, I used a mixer. Because of that I

changed most of the procedures. :) Basically, I changed almost everything. lalalala~.

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