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Friday, December 12, 2008

Pumpkin Coin Bread


As promised, more pumpkin recipe. This time it is making bread with pumpkin. It is so rewarding, the bread is soft with the most beautiful tinge of yellow. To have a more evenly brown top, make sure the dough is rolled as even as possible, unlike mine, some were taller, so they were more brown.


Ingredients:
1 cup cooked pumpkin puree
1 egg
2 tbsp oil
2 tbsp powdered milk
1 tsp salt
2 tsp sugar
3 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
1 1/4 tsp instant yeast
Enough water to make a nice dough
Glaze
1 egg yolk plus 1 tbsp water
Method:

Put the ingredients acording to the order in the Bread Machine bowl.
Select the dough function and press 'start'.
Let the machine churn and using a spatula, aid the loose flour to be churned up by the machine. Add a tbsp of water at a time so that all the loose flour is no more visible.
As soon as a dough is formed (My breadman will rest for 20 mins, for other machines, press pause and let dough rest for 20 mins). The machine will beep when dough is ready.
Roll out the dough to a thickness of 2cm. Divide the dough into small pieces with a round cookie cutter. Try to divide the dough as even as possible, so that the bread won’t come out some part burnt while other part are not even cooked. Arrange them in tube pan.
Brush the top with egg glaze and rest for about 15 - 30 minutes.
Preheat an oven to 180C/350F.
Bake for about 10-12 minutes.

Serves

16 comments:

Sally said...

Hi Lily,
wow...your pumpkin bread looks so delicious. Could you please let me know where I can get the Bread Machine Bowl and how they look like (maybe u can show me the picture)??

lilyng said...

sally

sorry for the confusion. the bowl or pan which comes with any bread machine.

Katina said...

I am going to have to try this for the holidays!

Little Corner of Mine said...

This look really good, soft and fluffy and glossy. It looks like it can feed a lot of people. I want to make this!

Anonymous said...

Lily,

You're in Denver, right? Could you tell me where to buy Mei Kwei Lu? I'm going to try your Char Siew recipe :)

TIA
Jean

The TriniGourmet said...

Looks divine! Have bookmarked to try :D

lilyng said...

jean

i am in aurora actually.

you can get from pacific ocean or viet hoa in alameda square, denver.

Tuty said...

Lily,
Thank you for the inspiration.... Instead of pumpkin I have a leftover sweet potato (the orange colored one) that I can probably incorporate...
The bread looks perfect for a brunch.

thenomadGourmand said...

i luvvv pumpkin! and Bread! both in one, heaven!! ;p Thks for the recipe!
eerr..wat if i got no bread machine? ordinary mixer will do?

Ana Powell said...

Hi Lily
Just looks divine, beautiful colour.
Have a lovely weekend x

lilyng said...

thenomadgourmand

sure, just use your mixer

Sally said...

Thanx Lily for your help. I really love your blog and hope that u could add me in your list so we can be friend.
I wanna take this opportunity to Wish You and Your Loving Family a Very Happy and Blessed Christmas!!!

chumpman said...

Wow ! I can almost smell the pumpkin bread, drool ! Wish I live next door to you, auntie Lily

Anonymous said...

Hi Lily - Kong Xi Fa Cai to you n family.

Tks for this recipe - can I use high protein flour instead of plain flour?

lilyng said...

anonymous

you could use high protein flour.

i used unbleached all purpose flour cos the protein is slightly lower than bread flour and it gives the bread a better feel in the mouth.

lilyng said...

Lily,

Do I need to grease the tube pan?

Is a 9" tube pan big enough for this?

Noeline

Yes, you need to grease the tube pan. a 9" will do, just make sure that the second rise is double.

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