Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Almost Whole Wheat Bread

Aside from whole wheat flour, bread flour is added so it's almost whole wheat bread :)! After not so good come out of my previous bread, finally I got inspired by Bao Yu's Cookbook,  (Taiwanese) Falling in Love with Baking. Most of the ingredients are measure in grams, so I would approximately convert them into cups.


For the Yeast Dough
120g whole wheat flour (1 cup)
85g bread flour (3/4 cup)
4g yeast (1 teaspoon, I used active dry yeast)
130 ml water (1/2 cup)

For the Dough
85g bread flour
15g sugar (1 tablespoon)
5g salt (1 teaspoon)
10g milk powder (2 teaspoons)
50ml water
15g unsalted butter
Combine the yeast dough  in a bowl and whist to blend. Knead to smooth the dough, then cover with plastic wrap for the first rise to double its size for about 90 minutes.

After 90 minutes, in a yeast dough add the dough ingredients (except butter) and whisk to blend, then add butter. Knead until the dough creates a sheer sheet when pull out, cover again with plastic wrap for the second rise for about an hour.

Punch down the dough and divide the dough into 3 portion, let the dough rest for 15 minutes.


Roll the dough into long oval and fold into three. Turn upside down, roll the roll into much longer, then roll the dough up from one side gently. Arrange the dough into mold, bake for 25-30 minutes in an oven. ( I baked it for 45 minutes using ordinary oven toaster) for 170°C (about 340°F).


Enjoy!

Next time, I would add mix grains into the dough.

Almost Whole Wheat Bread on Foodista

9 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

The bread looks very hearty and delicious!

mangocheeks said...

I am impressed.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

the bread looks soft :).

Reeni said...

Your bread looks perfect! I love it hot from the oven smeared in butter - so delicious!

Lisa said...

There's just nothing so good as homemade bread. Your loaves look so deliciously fluffy. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Heavenly Housewife said...

There is nothing as wonderful as the smell in the house when there is freshly baked bread in the oven. This looks delish!
*kisses* HH

Butterpoweredbike said...

Mmmm, I would have loved to be a mouse in your house while that was baking! Thanks for sharing with the Hearth and Soul hop.

Christy said...

Bread baking is one of the best smells ever! Your bread looks so soft and wonderful! thanks for sharing it with us at the hearth and soul hop!

a moderate life said...

Hi Lani! Welcome to the hearth and soul hop! I am now following your tweets and facebook and rss feed. I really love to bake too, but you are right, sometimes too much whole wheat flour makes the bread too heavy. Very good recipe. Thanks again and all the best. Alex@amoderatelife

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