When I saw this recipe from Ellie, I had taken a mental note that I will try it one day.
On Sunday, I woke up slightly earlier to go to the wet market to buy a roast duck. And I already thought of making these buns to go with the duck rather than the usual white [...]

I really don’t like the taste of wholemeal bread. As mentioned earlier, everytime I make them, I try to flavour them with nuts or fruits.
These buns were baked a couple of weeks back. When I saw the pack of wholemeal flour being abandoned for so long, I thought I’d better make something with it. [...]

Many loaves of bread making later, I realised that if you add fat such as olive oil or butter in your dough, you tend to get a softer bread. To make it more palatable to to the children, as they like bread soft, I try to make most of my bread with some fat now, [...]

Richard Bertinet’s Dough is the book that I refer to for most of my bread recipe.
His book covers different type of dough, The White, The Olive, The Brown, Rye Dough, and lastly Sweet Dough, and adding different nuts, roots, vege, flavours to different dough, it becomes a different bread, giving variety and ideas of [...]

I was wondering what bread to bake 2 days ago and found a pack of soy flour in my pantry. I thought I’ll try making bread with soy flour then.
Using the same recipe as the Oat and Apricot Wholemeal bread, except the recipe calls for : 400g strong white flour (or bread flour) + [...]

I’m not a fan of wholemeal bread, if I do make wholemeal bread, I have to ‘flavour’ it so that it’s not just ‘wholemeal’ tasting. On Sunday, I chose oat and appricot to add flavour to the bread.
Some find bread making too tedious because of the wait time during resting and proofing, but while the [...]

December

21

A Week’s Bread

When I bake bread, I have to make sure I use different flour mixture, nuts to get a variety of flavours so that we don’t have to taste the same bread consecutively.
Here is a week’s installment of bread.
Bread with maize and wheat flour (ratio : 1 to 5) with sunflower seeds. I really love the [...]

Doesn’t it seem like cupcakes are the only thing I ever bake? In fact, bread baking is actually done more frequently; at least twice a week (if not more) since the arrival of the Kithchenaid.
It just so happened that it was my daughter’s birthday and I was making batches after batches of cupcakes for different [...]

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