Friday, July 27, 2012

Yuzu Giraffe Bread



YAHOOOO....My first ever winning prize from a giveaway....Yuzu powder from Nasi Lemak Lover 's blog. Thanks so much Sonia. Gosh, I am thrilled when someone congrats me & told me about it. I didn't even know that I have won something. Never in my life I have won anything except HUBBY ! haha.... OOoooooohhh... sssshhhh... don't tell anyone. :o) As soon as I received the package, I can't wait to try the yuzu powder out on something....something that I love the most...yeah, bread making. Yet, the bread doesn't look perfect enough. The crust doesn't crack as it supposed to. So disappointed !  This giraffe bread is also called as tiger bread where it has such a special mottled crust, looking just like the giraffe body printing. Here, I have one perfect looking giraffe bread I wanna to show you.

Ingredients for Bread dough :
500gm  bread flour
2 tspn  yuzu powder
300ml   warm water/milk
1 tbsp  yeast
2 tbsp  sugar
1 tspn  salt
2 tspn  corn oil

*For fillings : 1 small jar of marmalade jam

Method :
(1)  combine all dry ingredients into a big bowl, then slowly stir in water & oil to form a soft dough.
(2) set aside to rest for about 25 mins.
(3) now, knead dough till smooth and divide into 10 portions for large sizes (14 for smaller sizes).
(4) slightly flatten dough to fill the jam and sealed, place them to greased baking tray.
(5) at the same time spread on the rice flour mixture to the top of the dough and again let to raise for 10 mins.
(6) finally, bake at preheated oven 190-195'c for about 15-20 mins or till the top nicely brown.

Ingredients for topping crust :
150ml  warm water
200gm  rice flour
1 tbsp  yeast
1/2 tspn  salt
2 tbsp  sugar
2 tbsp  corn oil
(stir all ingredients together and mix to combine, then set aside to rest for 30 mins)


Overall the bread tastes really good. No doubt that the additional of marmalade jam is simply superb. Hope you guys will love it too. By the way, I've been extremely busy lately and will try to catch up with all of you guys as soon as I have the time. As always, thank you so much for spending your valueable time here with me. muakkkkk <3

I'm sending this to Wild Yeast @ Yeastspotting.

23 comments:

Belinda @zomppa said...

What a great wood and a great loaf! Can feel your excitement here.

TasteHongKong said...

Congrats! And take your time, I like your jamed giraffe : ) (no worries for the pattern).

Lyndsey Chapin said...

Your bread are always awesome Kristy! At first glance I thought it was potoatoes. :) Congrats on your win! I think my first win was from you a long time ago!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Congrats on your win. This bread looks delicious but I am quite sure I will never get yuzu powder here. Is it necessary? Diane

Shobha said...

Congratulations... I know it is such a thrilling experience.
Interesting bread recipe..I wonder how the design forms on the crust..will have to try it out.

Vivian Pang said...

Nice bread with crust. The crust is easy to made compare with the butter type. Congrats on your win!

Jeannie Tay said...

Congrats! It's always nice to win something huh! You've put your gift to very good use...lovely looking buns, am sure the taste is as good as you said:D

Elin said...

Congrats !You lucky angel....hahaha your yuzu bread looks fantastic. It does look like a giraffe coloring :) well done!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Glad that you make use of the yuzu powder in something that you like. I have never try a giraffe bread before, you always amaze me Kristy!

Mich - Piece of Cake said...

HI Kristy, I am also one of those who never wins anything in lucky draws ha ha... Congrats on winning the yuzu powder which you have turned into such wonderful bread! It looks so soft and I can imagine the fragrance of the yuzu inside...

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

对我来说
这个面包好特别哟:)

Bou Shin @ Shin's Vegan Lovin' said...

This looks super cool - kind of like Dutch crackle bread. It looks especially delicious with that jam.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Oh gosh, what a special bread! I should definitely learn from u Kristy, I keep baking the same old loaf style hahaha! I better start cracking my head to know what to bake with the yuzu powder too!!!

Amelia said...

Hi Kristy, congratulation! The other day you just left a comment in my blog, mention you have not won anything. hehehe
Glad that you won something which you like.

Your bread look excellent, very fluffy. The crust look good to me. ;)

Have a nice day, regards.

Cheah said...

So lucky, Kristy! I've never won anything in my whole life. The bread looks yum, like the crust.

Angie's Recipes said...

The bread looks fabulous, Kristy!

PlumLeaf 李葉 said...

MmMMMm! LOVE Tiger Bread!
Well done - your bread looks fabulous! I can imagine the crisp crust and the flavoursome marmalade within :D

lena said...

okay, so now besides your hubby, you have your yuzu powder! hahaha! this is one very special bread especially the topping that you use rice flour, i am so impressed with all your creations!

My Little Space said...

Hi everyone,

Thanks so much for stopping by and spending your valueable time with me. As always, I am just so grateful to have you all here and leaving such sweet & couraging comment. How I wish to have more time to be with you. I promise I'll try my best.

Lena~ guess you're right! haHAha...

Take care & have a fabulous day everyone.

Blessings
Kristy

Pamela said...

COngratulations dear Kristy!!

Heather @girlichef.com said...

How fun - I love the crackly crust and really does look like the marks of a giraffe. I need to try this method - and yuzu (something I've never tried before). Thanks for sharing these loaves with #BakeYourOwnBread

Michelle K said...

Your bread crust looks so well patterned and most importantly it looks very tasty. Thank you for sharing this with BYOB.

Julie said...

Congrats! And take your time, I like your jamed giraffe : ) (no worries for the pattern).

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