Red Bean Swirl Coffee Bun

So sorry, I've been away for a few days! Busy, busy, busy..... However, I tried my best to come up with a post. Ah....My hot hot coffee bun!!! I love bread and I love making bread as well. I bought a few new bakery toys a couple days ago and will try them out soon. So, stay tuned!

Ingredients :

550gm high protein flour
1 tspn yeast
200ml warm milk
2 eggs
2-1/2tbsp oil
2-1/2tbsp sugar
1/4tspn salt
1 tspn instant coffee powder

Filling : 360gm red bean paste (30gm/dough)

Method :

- add yeast into warm milk, sugar and leave aside for 5 mins.
- stir coffee powder into milk mixture.
- combine all ingredients together to form a soft dough.
- leave to proof for 1 hour.
- pouch out the air from dough, knead for another 2 more mins.
- divide the dough into 12 portion.
- wrap red bean filling into the dough, roll flat and make a few cuts in the center.
- twist the dough and make a knot, then place onto the cupcake paper cup.
- then leave aside for 10 mins.
Brush on the egg glaze and sprinkle some sugar on top. Then bake at 200'c for 20 mins or untill golden brown.
You can use nutella instead for the filling or maybe peanut butter.

What an aromatic cutie! Loveeee...the coffee smell.
Can't wait to take a bite on it!

Comments

  1. Looks like from the bakery shop. Really done by you?...haha...

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  2. Rebecca : Thanks a lot!

    Anncoo : Ha ha...Yeah, I'm selling them for $1.80 per pce LOL!

    Cheers, Kristy

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  3. Absolutely beautiful! Another masterpiece!

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  4. amazing !and delicious!congrats!

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  5. Wow! Beautiful! They look as good as your bluberry jam breads. I did get some red beans to try to make the red bean paste, but I don't know if I could twist and knot like you do to make these!

    I'll send you $1.80 LOL!

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  6. These are really pretty. You are on the verge of becoming a professional baker. Kudos.

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  7. WOW!!! I just love all these that you are making... I wish I was your neighbour.

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  8. These are gorgeous! You are so talented for making that knot in them!

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  9. Haha, you also twist your bread!Look very cute and nice.

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  10. wow...they sure look so pretty....just what I always bought when I was back home. I love the spiral look. Kristy, u r actually such a professional baker. Do u open a bakery shop?

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  11. Very pretty. I hope you can also show me how to make the proper red bean paste/dough. :)

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  12. H/Housewife : Thank you! Glad that you like it.

    Alison : Thank you very much!

    Lyndsey : I'm sure you can do it! Best of luck.

    Mary : Wow, I'm honour. Thank you so much!

    Penny : I think partner would be better!

    Reeni : Thank you!

    Chef : Thank you very much!

    Chin : I play with them!

    Mary : No, I'm juz blaughing with Anncoo that's all! NO Shop lol!

    Divina : I'll try to make that posting for you later when I've more extra free time. So so sorry! Have been busy with wedding dinners and parties. And also with my kids!I'm extremely exhausted lol. But I'll try my best.

    Have a wonderful day & cheers.

    Kristy

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  13. The buns look just like those in the bakery. Well done!

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