1. Add water, bread flour, (gluten flour), sugar, salt, and milk powder in the pan of your bread machine. Select dough cycle and press start as per manufacturer's instructions.
2. After 5 min, add butter and add yeast in the yeast compartment.
3. When the dough cycle is complete, remove the dough from the machine and place it on a floured surface.
4. Punch the dough down and divide it in 3 pieces. Cover it with a dry cloth. Let it rest for about 15min.
4. Working with one piece at at time, use a rolling pin, roll the dough back and forth, shaping it into a flat oval. Fold it length-wise both sides onto the centerline. Then roll it up. Place the shaped dough, seam side down, in a greased loaf pan. Repeat with the other dough balls, placing them in the center, and near the other end of the pan.
Cover and let rise for 40~60min or until the dough rises to 85~90% of the square pan height.
5. Preheat the oven to 190℃. Cover the pan with a lid and bake for 30 minutes.
6. Unmold and transfer the bread to a cooling rack. Wait till it completely cools down before slicing.
140g heavy cream/whipping cream - whip to stiff-peak
20g sweetened condensed milk
40~50g white sugar
If you want to make them without cocoa
100g unsalted butter
65g powdered sugar/confectioner's sugar
12g egg yolk
25g almond powder
110g plain flour (T45)
1. Sift together flour, almond powder, salt and cocoa powder. Set aside.
2. In a bowl, add the butter and powdered sugar. Mix well.
3. Add egg yolk and mix well.
4. Add the sifted flour from #1 into the butter mixture and mix well.
5. Make a ball shape with it and place on saran wrap. Then cover with another saran wrap so you can roll it : Roll the dough out to 2-3mm thick, using a rolling pin.
6. Let it sit in the fridge until it hardens, maybe for 30-60min, so that it will be easier to cut.
7. Remove from the fridge and cut 4-5cm circles in the dough, using a cookie cutter and place on the baking sheet.
8. Bake the cookies for about 8 to 9 min at 170℃. Do not overcook. Roll out the dough leftovers to 3mm again, and return to the fridge to make it firm. Repeat until all the dough is done.
9. Make the filling ice cream In a small bowl, add cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk and sugar and mix well. Add the whipped heavy cream and mix well.
10. Fill the filling mixture in a large pastry bag, fitted with a circle shape tip (about 1cm across). Pipe the filling cream onto a (bottom) cookie and cover with another (top) cookie. You've got your Oreo!
1. In a bowl, add garlic, ginger, grated pork and ingredient A. Mix well to combine. Set aside.
2. Drain the topinambour and gently pat them dry with a paper towel. On a slice of topinambour, place about 1 tbsp filling from #1 and spread. Cover with another slice of topinambour on top and press down to make a sandwich.
3. Combine 2 eggs with milk. Coat the lotus roots 'sandwich' with katakuriko/potato starch thinly. Dip it in egg mixture, and finally coat it thoroughly with Panko (bread crumbs).
4. Put a tiny amount of panko in the hot oil to check if it is ready. If it sizzles, it's ready! (or stick a chopstick in the oil and see if bubbles start to appear around the chopstick). Remove excess panko from your 'sandwiches' and press them gently. Fry them both sides until browned.