Bread Cake


When I saw Min’s blog on her beautiful bread cake two months ago, she really inspired me to try this out :) I found that this could be interesting .... in making & eating it …. and can try both bread & cake in one slice … what a greedy mouth I have hor … hahahaha … Instead of baking this in bread loaf, I baked in chiffon tin. The bread cake tasted good and still remained soft even on the third day. But, I guess I still need a lot of practice to produce a smooth and fluffy bread.


Here is the recipe with minor modification.
Bread material:
200 gr Bread flour
1-1/2 tbsp Cocoa powder
1/2 tsp Salt
70 gr Caster sugar
140 gr Water (can try on 120 gr first)
1 tsp Instant yeast
40 gr Butter (I used only 25 gr)

Method:
- Mix thoroughly bread flour, cocoa powder, sugar, salt, and yeast into a mixing bowl.
- Add in water and beat till it forms into dough then add in butter and continue beating till dough is smooth and elastic.
- Prove the dough for one hour.
- Divide the dough into few portions and let it rest for 15 mins.
- Roll the dough into 23 cm chiffon tin and let it rest until double.

Cake material:
A:
20 gr Bread flour
20 gr Top/Cake flour
30 gr Caster sugar
3 Egg Yolks
30 gr Oil
30 gr Water
Few drop of pandan paste

B:
3 Egg Whites
1/2 tsp Cream of Tartar
30g Caster sugar

Method:
- To make egg yolk batter: Combine egg yolks, sugar, oil, water and pandan paste in a mixing bowl. Fold in flour until forms batter.
- To make egg white foam: Beat egg whites and cream of tartar until foamy, gradually add in sugar, beat at high speed until frothy and stiff peaks form.
- Gently fold into egg yolk with egg white batter, mix until well blended
- Pour on top of the proved bread dough.
- Bake in the preheating 180C oven for about 30-50 minutes.

24 comments:

  1. wow! menarik dan tertarik... penah cuba juga sblm nih tp roti plain jer.. next time leh cuba.. *psttt my rollcake tak leh lawan DG punyer lah! i yg patut blaja banyak dari u... seriously!! pas ni saya nak try yang belang2 macam u punyer tuh... mengidam nih! hihi

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  2. woowww.... cantiiikkkkk.... ishh sangt cantik... kepingin mencubanya.. saya ambil recep nya ya

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  3. Bread and cake - the best of both worlds! Yum!

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  4. i love the color! looks very refreshing and the combi is perfect! looks great DG!

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  5. Loved the colours of your bread cake! Really eye-catchy! Super yummy...;)

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  6. This looks like a cake to me. I want to bookmark this as I still have yeast at home.

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  7. Nice bake! It's good to bake in chiffon pan also...I want to bake this again!

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  8. I saw it at Min's blog too and was impressed... Yours look marvellous... :)

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  9. Wow DG, this looks beautiful & am sure taste good too!

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  10. This looks so soft and appealing! Perfect for breakfast!

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  11. Wow DG, it's beautiful, thank you for sharing.

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  12. This is interesting, and the bake turned out so well! I've not tried this before, and I would really like to try this! Thanks for sharing this!

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  13. Very nicely done! Both bread and cake has a nice soft texture, beautiful! Have yet tried out combining these two together...thanks for the idea. :)

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  14. love the colours! Nice combination of bread cum cake!

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  15. I bookmark this recipe too! Looks even prettier in a chiffon tin. ;)

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  16. Thanks berat Hana. Soal hias menghias … DG masih harus banyak belajar.

    Izahdaut,
    Thank you … silahkan copas :)

    Busygran, J3ss Kitch3n, Wendyywy and LOVE2COOK,
    Thanks for the lovely words.

    Anncoo,
    Give it a try, You sure will like this :)

    Min,
    Thanks for sharing this, the recipe is worth trying. It’s really a challenge for me :)

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  17. Hanushi, HomeKreation, Wen and Everything4sweets,
    Thank you for the nice comments :))

    Passionate About Baking,
    I love the combination of both in flavour & texture. This is interesting and challenging too … Hope you try it out!

    Honey Bee Sweets,
    Thanks for your sweet comments. I still need to learn more from you.

    Hearty Bakes,
    Thank you.

    SSB,
    You have to try this out when time allowed. :)

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  18. looks good to me! Love the colours!

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  19. I used to buy this whenever I go to Breadtalk, but hv never tried to bake it, looking at your bread cake really make my hand itchy... hehehe

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  20. hi, i would love to try this one day..thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  21. i have always seen this in Singapore bakeries, but have never attempted them! I guess i will try them soon enuff!

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  22. love the color contrast! I love this bread cake when I was little kid :)

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  23. Pigpigscorner, Neyeeloh and Jess,
    Thank you so much for all the lovely comments!

    Lena,
    Give it a try, sure you will like it!

    Crustabakes,
    Looking forward seeing your beautiful version soon :))

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