I am sure into bread nowadays. . . . whenever I look at them in someone's blog, I am practically drooling. A few days ago I saw this recipe called something like
Then, I saw this "Milk Coffee Buns" from Treat n Trick blog. . . Wow it sure looked yummy and I could almost taste the coffee. I am a coffee addict (how I bemoan this fact !!!) and this recipe surely attracted my attention. So yesterday I took out my breadmaker. Yes I do have one, but when was the last time I used it for bread??? Hmmm definitely not since I moved here more than a year ago. But I did make kuih pau a few times using the breadmaker, so I suppose that counts as bread too :D
So here is my Milk Coffee Buns. . .
Source : Treat n Trick
|Hooray. . . I made it. . .|
But somehow it doesn't look as round, as smooth and as shiny as the one from Treat n Trick !!! I wonder why?? I went back a few times to the blog this morning to see why hers look much yummier. Perhaps because I used fresh milk instead of evaporated milk? Or was it the yeast? Or perhaps I punched it too much? It rose more that double before I punched it, or perhaps it's the butter, I wasn't sure how much 3 table spoon was, but I used about 60g. Anyway, next time I must glaze and sprinkle it with more sugar. I'm quite proud of myself hehehe. . .
Now let's see how it was before I bake it. . .
|Before baking and glazing|
|It looks hard, but it is really soft !!|
And my trusted breadmaker . . .
|Cap ayam je. . .|
Bought it 2 years ago, but the number of times I used it for bread?? Hmmm less than a single hand hehehe. . . But this is the first time I use it for buns, and now I
And here is my buah melaka. . .
|There's no daun pandan. . .|
I made it this morning for breakfast . . I actually mixed the flour last night, while waiting for the buns in the oven, but then I thought this was too much "makan kena berpada-pada kan, jangan turutkan perut sangat. . ." So, this morning it became our breakfast together with the leftover coffee buns. Hmmm. . . buah melaka ni takla secantik Ladylavender punye hehehe. . .
This is the recipe for Milk Coffee Buns ;
2 cups all purpose flour (I used gluten flour)
2 tsp yeast
3 tbs butter (I used 60g)
2 tbs sugar
1/2 tsp salt
3/4 cup evaporated milk (I used fresh milk)
2 tsp instant coffee
2 tbs milk and sugar for glazing
- Heat milk with coffee and butter. Let it be lukewarm.
- Pour milk in breadmaker
- Add in flour and all the dry ingredients
- Set the maker to dough.
- Take out the dough and punch it, devide into 10 small buns.
- Cover and let it rest for 45 minutes
- Bake for 15-20 minutes at 180 celcius.