Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Pandan Marble Bread

I have bookmarked this recipe from carol for the longest time but never get down to it. Today, in my midst of looking thru my bookmarks, I saw this recipe again. And I know I have to do it.

I replaced the chocolate paste with Pandan paste. I modified slightly and hoping it will turn out well. Keeping my fingers crossed. I kept the bread dough as per recipe.

Verdict: This is really yummy and soft. My grandma commented that it tasted like those bread loaf selling outside. I wanted to add raisins but I 'braid' the bread til I forgot to add raisins. Hahah. But I still need to improve on wrapping cos I didn't do a good job yet.

I'm linking this post to Little Thumbs Up : Pandan, hosted by Joceline from Butter, Flour & Me and organized by Zoe from Bake For Happy Kids and Doreen from my little favourite D.I.Y.

Pandan Marble Bread (adapted and modified slightly from Carol)
Pandan Paste:
1tsp Pandan Paste
1tsp Pandan Flavour
20g Butter
45g Milk
30g Cake Flour
5g Cornflour
1 Egg White

1) I mix all the above ingredients in a pot, whisk slightly.
2) Bring to stove and keep stirring on low heat til it become a paste.
3) Put on a cling wrap and roll to a shape of square, leave in fridge for later use.

Bread Dough:
125g Milk
1 Egg
260g Bread Flour
20g Cake Flour
20g Sugar
1/2tsp Salt
3/4tsp Yeast
20g Butter

1) I put the above ingredients in the sequence as per above, set to menu 8: Dough function.
2) a Once beep, I take it, punch out air. Roll out dough into a flat sheet, put Pandan paste that I Prepared earlier on to dough.
3) Wrap up Pandan like a envelope (can hop to carol blog for visual aid). Then roll out again.
4) Fold dough into 3s and stack, repeat.
5) Cut into 3 with the ends still attached. Tie into braids and leave for 2nd proof.
6) Bake in BM til brown and remove.


carol said...


Zoe said...

I remember seeing one of Carol's recipes making this pretty swirl too. Your pandan version looks great!

Priscilla said...

谢谢Carol 老师

Yes. I modified from Carol's Chocolate Marble Bread.

Joceline Lor said...


Priscilla said...

Thanks Joceline..