Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Purple Sweet Potatoes Loaf

What's your favourite color? Mine is always purple and red. Ever since I'm a little girl I always like the color of red. Well, at that time I just find that red is pretty sharp and when we wear something red, we really stands out. Then, when I slowly grow up, I find that purple is nice too. I'll like my parents to paint my room purple, buy me purple towels, a purple bag etc...haha! I just find it's a romantic color. Don't you think so? (^o^)

So, when comes to baking, color is also very important. (this is what I think so lah..;p) Refer back to my older post, I usually have sharp colors in my bakings! And today, a warm and romantic one, Purple Sweet Potatoes Loaf with dried Cranberries.


An easy "quick" bread recipe founded! And of course it has a super soft texture until the next day!
This recipe does not need any pre-fermented dough or Tang-zhong. Scroll down to have a look at the ingredients..:))


(Recipe calls for a 7.5"x3.5" loaf tin)

Ingredients:
(A)
200g bread flour
10g milk powder

(B)
20g castor sugar
2g fine salt
1/2 tsp honey
65g purple sweet potatoes (cooked & mashed)
85g cold water
25g beaten egg
4g instant yeast

(C)
25g butter (room temperature)

(D)
some dried cranberries or raisins


Method:
* Mix together all ingredients (B) in a bowl. Slightly whisk with a whisker.
* Transfer the mixture into a mixing bowl and add in ingredients (A)
* At high speed mix them all together into a dough then add in butter (C). 
* Continue to beat at high speed until you get an elastic dough, until you can pull the dough to almost see through texture without breaking it.
* Add in dried cranberries or raisins (D). Mix well.
* Cover and let prove for 30 minutes.
* Punch the air out from the dough and divide into 3 equal portions
* Slightly roll out the 3 portions with a rolling pin and roll up like a swissroll.
* Place into the prepared greased loaf tin (7.5x3.5")
* Let prove till 80% of the tin (about 45 minutes)
* Bake at 180'C for 30 minutes
* Remove the loaf from the tin once done and let cool completely before slicing.


Oh, don't you like the color? Beautiful!!
Happy Baking!

6 comments:

  1. I love the color really ! The bread looks cottony soft too!!! I want to try this. Ok let me get some purple swwet potato first. Ciao....

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    1. Thank you Grace. Ya, quick get some and try this out...hope you like this as much as I do..^^

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  2. Looks so good! And soft too. Thanks for sharing the recipe

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    1. Thank you Veronica, and you are most welcome. Hope you like this recipe too..:))

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  3. what an interesting recipe. purple bread...have to try this. lovely blog you have here. love your recipes

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    1. Hi YY, thank you..^^
      Welcome to my blog..:))

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