Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Spinach & Tomato Sweet Bread

Now here, Kristy is making something crazy again! VEGETABLES loaf ! haha... I've seen blogger making spinach loaf and bread too but seldom I see tomato bread. This is definitely something I will never resist to try, won't I ! Today, I am honoured to present you this colourful soft bread loaf. I bet the kids or whoever hated the green thing is going to love this.

Ingredients for Spinach Dough :
300gm bread flour
1/2 tspn salt
3 tbsp spinach puree
100ml milk (mix with one beatened egg to make it 100ml)
2 tbsp sugar
1-1/2 tspn yeast
2 tbsp corn oil/butter

Ingredients for Tomato Dough :
300gm bread flour
1/2 tspn salt
3 tbsp tomato paste
100ml milk (mix with one beatened egg to make it 100ml)
2 tbsp sugar
1-1/2 tpsn yeast
2 tbsp corn oil/butter


Method :
(1) combine milk, egg, yeast, sugar and oil, leave aside for 5 mins.
(2) in another big mixing bowl, combine flour and salt, mix well.
(3) stir milk mixture into flour to form a soft dough.
(4) leave to rest for an hour or until double the size.
(5) go on with the other recipe with the same method separately.
(6) then punch dough to release air and place dough over a sloured working table.
(7) divide both dough into 6 portion, roll each into oblong shape.
(8) twist together a green dough and a orange dough, ended up with 6 pairs of them.
(9) place them to a 9" tray with butter coating. (mine is 8" tray)
(10) let it rest for another 40 mins or untill double in size.
(11) brush with egg glaze and bake at preheated oven 190'c for about 15-20 mins or untill brown.
(12) leave to cool for 10 mins before remove from tray.
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The bread is so fluffy soft and looks jolly good. I think the tomato paste did such incredible job here. The colour is perfect and so does the spinach. Nope....it doesnt' smell like a VEGETABLE at all. lol! haha....


I have some leftover dough after finishing the 8" tray pan. Again I divide each portion into 3 dough balls. Arrange them to a 3x6.5" tray. Let them rest untill double in size. Spread on some pesto and bake at preheated oven 190'C for about 15-20 mins or untill brown.

Pesto topping ! This is totally crazy. I can finish the whole loaf all by myself.

52 comments:

The Sweetylicious said...

this look so lovely and yummy!! (:

Anncoo said...

Kristy, This looks sooo good for my breakfast. Hope I can make this as good as yours. You're so good with bread :)

Belinda @zomppa said...

Can one fantasize about a bread? This is soooooo fluffy and I love all the flavors and colors. Impressed.

It is crazy watching what's going on hour by hour.

lena said...

that's a healthy loaf of bread and i'm also learning more bread shaping ideas from you!

Ana Rita said...

Uau, Uau, Uau!!!!
3 times for this gorgeous bread!!!!

Kisses,
Rita

Kumi said...

Hi Kristy,
This looks really good and I love the color combination! :-)
Thanks for your kind words. Thankfully, our families are not too close to the epicenter or the power plants and escaped serious damage. We want them to move as far away as possible though..

Heavenly Housewife said...

This is so beautiful. Love the pesto on the top. I know what you mean about eating so much of it. There is nothing in the world like hot fresh bread.
*kisses* HH
p.s. Hope you've entered my contest daaaaahling, there is a shiny Amazon gift card to be won with your name on it :D

Fimère said...

une merveilleuse brioche qui me donne envie de la manger entièrement
bonne soirée

Juliana said...

Kristy, your bread look so pretty, love both shapes...love the idea of spinach and tomatoes, not only pretty, but healthy and tasty. Have a great week!

Mr. & Mrs. P said...

Looks soo good!

Magic of Spice said...

What a stunning sweet bread! I love the flavors, just wonderful :)

Biren @ Roti n Rice said...

That's a colorful loaf of bread! Must be very tasty too with the spinach and tomatoes.

divya said...

looks awesome and yummy, am just drooling here again..

Zoe said...

Your bread is so "pretty" with the blend of green and red. The best thing is the colours that you used are all natural. You are so creative and I believe that I have a lot to learn from you.

ChrisAu said...

Arh..... I need to go breadtalk later ...:p

Blackswan said...

Oh, I love the combu of these 2 ingredients! I'm sure it'll be nice to make pastas with these too :)

j3ss kitch3n said...

the color and texture is absolutely smashing!

CrystalsCozyKitchen said...

This looks delicious and I love how colorful!

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

it's a good combination,love it!!

Joyce @ Chunky Cooky said...

The colours are so beautiful ! and it makes a very healthy combination too ! Indeed a loaf of great bread !

Jeannie said...

Totally crazy but beautiful! You are indeed very adventurous with your creation!

Yummy Koh said...

It looks so colorful and soft ...

Bridgett ~ La Bella Cook said...

I could finish that loaf myself as well. You make the best combinations and creations.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Kristy, you are really very innovative in your baking! Nice! The buns looks super soft too! Now I guess it's my turn to come over for tea yah? Heehee!

CaThY said...

Healthy bread. I love the colours. Great job Kristy ;)

Amy said...

This is absolutely beautiful! And YES, what a wonderful way to get the little ones to eat vegetables! ;) I made Sun-dried tomato bread before but never think of putting the tomato past in the dough! What a wonderful idea and thanks for sharing!

Amy
http://utry.it

My Little Space said...

Sweetylicious : Thank you!

Ann : Yes, you can if you believe you can!

Belinda : Thank you!

Lena : You're a good bread maker too!

Ana : Haha... Thank you!

Kumi : Oh glad to know that your parents are both fine, back in Japan.

HH : Thank you for keeping me inform. I've already enter the contest. :o) Wish me luck!

Fimere : Merci, So, join me for tea, will you?

Juliana : Thank you and glad you like it too!

Mr & Mrs P : Thank you!

Biren : I love to colour my bread! haha...

Divya : Glad you like it too!

My Little Space said...

Zoe : Thank you for your lovely comment. I'm sure you're as creative.

ChrisAu : haha...

Shirley : I must say I love the tomato flavour. Really yummy and interesting.

jess : Thanks!

Crystal : Welcome to my humble little space. Glad you like the bread too. Hope to hear from you more often. Enjoy!

Blue wale : Thanks!

Joyce : Yes, indeed! Enjoy.

Jeannie : I actually loving the tomato flavour badly.

Yummy Koh : Thank you!

Bridgett : Thank you for you lovely words. I am really appreciate it.

Bee : Yes, you're most welcome. Tea or coffee, ma'am?

CaThy : Thank you!

Amy : That's actualy how I started to educate my kids to take the green ugly stuffs when they're little. Yes, it's definitely improving.

Thank you everyone for spending you time here with me today. And glad you like this bread too. Yes, another crazy stuff from me, only me, Kristy! haha... And also thank you very much for all your lovley comment.

Hope you're all having a fabulous day. Enjoy!

Blessings, Kristy

Dimah said...

This looks super delicious!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Kristy, I agree with the others. This would be great for breakfast.
Sam

Trix said...

You never cease to amaze me with your spectacular breads. When will you open your bakery??

Katerina said...

The bread is beautiful and with great colors. Such a great idea!

Alice Law said...

Wow, it must be drop dead delicious that you was able to finish the whole loaf on your own!

The other day I tried the English muffin, strange enough it won't double in size after a day I stored in the fridge! Guess it's the amount of yeast I put?! I put 1 teaspoon of dry yeast instead of 1 tablespoon since 1tbs sounds a lot to me.

My Little Space said...

Dimah : Thank you!

Sam : Delicious breakfast ever!

Trix : Errr.... still under consideration! haha...

Katerina : Thank you! It just something fun.

Alice : Don't be afraid of the yeast. Once the yeast dissolved into water, it's all fine. Any bread with 1 tbsp of yeast will gives you the best texture. 1 tspn of yeast will still rise but take longer time, about 3-4 hours under room temperature about 32-34 degree. Well, wish you luck!
Regarding the bread, I am loving the tomato flavour. Simply delicious.

Thank you everyone for stopping by and spending your time here.

Hope you're enjoying the day.

Blessings, Kristy

Hayley said...

The color is so 'calming'!!
I bet it taste very good too~

CheapAppetite said...

I've never seen both tomato bread and spinach bread. It sounds very healthy! There is carrot bread here at a grocery store and it taste yummy. Doesn't smell like carrots either. I like the pesto on top! look so yummy :)

denise @ bread expectations said...

Very nice Kristy! The colours are so pretty and the texture is amazingly light and cloudlike! I like!!

Alice Law said...

Thanks Kristy with best regards!

Ok, going to give the English muffin another try this weekend, as for the previous dough, the 2nd batch ended up as pizza dough(1st batch alright)! LOL!

Indie.Tea said...

I've seen a vegetable loaf of sorts once - the broccoli bread recipe in the Rose Bakery book. However, your vegetable looks much more appealing - I bet its delicious.

My Little Space said...

Hayley : Yes, they're delicious!

Tana : I've thought of carrot & broccoli bread before but I think the colour should turned out lighter from carrot puree.

Denise : Thank you and just hop over again to leave down the comments successfully!

Alice : All the best!

Indie : Thank you very much for your lovely words. I am really appreciate it. And glad you like it too.

Thanks alot ladies for spending your valueable time here today. It's such a great pleasure for having you around. Hope you're all having a fabulous day.

Cheers, Kristy

Emily Malloy said...

This is incredibly amazing.

Jen (Tastes of Home) said...

Kristy, how pretty and healthy! A great wealth of bread ideas from you :)

Elra's cooking and baking said...

You always make me so tempted of making everything you make.

FOODESSA said...

Kristy, you are truly gifted when it comes to impressing us with your creative breads. This turned out stunning!

Flavourful wishes,
Claudia

My Little Space said...

Emily : :o) I'm glad you like it too! I love especially the tomato flavour part.

Jen : Thank you very much for your lovely words. Very sweet of you. Hope you will like it.

Kak Dewi : Air liur sudah meleleh yah! Minta maaf sebab tidak dapat enjoy bersama ya. Lain kali lah! haha...

Claudia : Thank you! I am truly blessed cause the bread turned out successfully. <3

Thank you ladies for stopping and spending your time here. Hope you're having a great day. We have tea together some other time. :o)

Enjoy!

Blessings, Kristy

21st Century Housewife© said...

Oh my, how pretty is this! And I can just imagine how good it tastes. This is a great tutorial of how to make it as well.

I've joined Chaya as co-host of Let's Do Brunch from this week and I wanted to thank you for linking this up. It is a wonderful recipe!

I also co-host a new foodie Friday blog hop called Feed Me Tweet Me Follow Me Home. I'd love it if you would come and link up. Hope to see you there! Here is the URL

http://www.21stcenturyhousewife.com/index/Blog/Entries/2011/3/18_Feed_Me_Tweet_Me_Follow_Me_Home_Friday.html

Martha (MM) said...

How beautiful and I'm sure it is oh so yummy, it sounds really delicious!

21st Century Housewife© said...

Thank you so much for linking up your lovely bread to Feed Me Tweet Me Follow Me Home! I've followed your blog :) Hope to 'see' you again next Friday!

penny aka jeroxie said...

I love your craziness! I will eat it if you bake it :)

Janetan said...

hi kristy,
oh my, your every bread recipe makes me want to restart my bread making mission again..
ok, there is this thing i don't quite get u..
what do you mean by:
"100ml milk (mix with one beatened egg to make it 100ml) "
is the milk actually not 100ml?? or less so that the egg is added to make it become 100ml??
beside, about the english muffin, my area doesn't sell maize or cornmeal. instead the bakery shop recommended me sugi flour..

My Little Space said...

Janetan,

Yes, you're right about the milk. 100ml is after added in an egg.
So, it's one egg plus milk to make it 100ml.

I have yet tried sugi flour but you can give it ago, as long as the flour is not fine powder form. Basically, maize flour is quite rough, something like fine sand. It helps to prevent your bun to stick between the pan.

All the best, dear.

Kristy

Janetan said...

hi kristy,
after i tried this bread out then i'll let u know the result..the sugi flur is like the maize flour texture.may be it be use as well..

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