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A detailed guide on how to make matcha red bean buns. These are steamed buns with a matcha exterior and red bean paste for the filling. These are my matcha red bean buns. You can cook Matcha red bean braided bread using 8 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Matcha red bean braided bread
- It’s 100 g of red bean and 80g sweetener (for red bean paste).
- It’s 250 g of bread flour.
- Prepare 300 ml of warm water (can try from 280g then slowly add to prevent watery dough).
- It’s 5 g of dried yeast.
- It’s 20 g of oil.
- You need 20 g of sweetener.
- Prepare 3/4 tsp of salt.
- It’s 1 tbsp of matcha powder.
I've never made them before today, but I thought I would throw caution to the wind and just see how it goes. This sourdough matcha swirl bread using natural fermentation is simply beautiful. The bread is very soft and fluffy, flavourful and well presented with stunning swirl. This recipe is yeast free using active sourdough starter so it takes longer than normal yeast bread for the making process.
Matcha red bean braided bread instructions
- Boil red bean, throw boiling water away as soon as water boil.
- Add cold water and keep simmering until soft.
- Add sweetener and keep simmering until water is almost gone.
- Blend all of the dough ingredients except matcha.
- Knead well (put some flour on table surface to prevent stick).
- Divide dough into two and add matcha powder into one of it.
- Wait for it to ferment until double its size (around an hour).
- Divide both of the dough into two pieces (get 2 white 2 green dough) and roll out.
- Place one white dough at the bottom, then red bean, then one green dough, then red bean, then one white dough, then one green dough.
- Cut dough into 6-8 pieces and slash two lines then braid the dough.
- Ferment again until almost double its size.
- Bake at 180c or 350F for 20mins.
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