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Tuesday 28 April 2015

How to Make Super Soft & Moist Chinese Hot Dog Buns | Mini Pizza | 芝士腸仔包 - Josephine's Recipes 148

Let's learn the basics of how to make bread by going step-by-step of bread-baking. 
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You'll learn how to make a very soft and spongy cheese and sausage breads with clear, step-by-step instructional video here:

One of my favourites is the chinese hot dog bun and luckily it's not difficult to make.
Paul says they turned out very moisture and tender also have to be the BEST 
he had ever eaten. I hope you guys enjoyed it.

This homemade bread will keep fresh for 2 days. You can rebake it,
 and you're wondering how to reheat it to preserve taste and super soft texture 
just like freshly baked.

Recipe Source: JosephineRecipes.Co.Uk

Wednesday 22 April 2015

Cheese and Ham Bread Rolls: How to Make Super Soft and Moist Chinese Bakery Buns | Dinner Rolls

This homemade bread will keep fresh for 2 daysYou can rebake it, and you're wondering how to reheat it to preserve taste and super soft texture just like freshly baked.

Click here for: Bread Dough

Arrange the ham and cheese slices on the strip overlapping each other. On a floured surface, roll the dough and slowly tightly, strips from one side.  Using a scraper, cut the rolled up dough in half. Allow to rise again (ideally in a warm place) until they double or triple in size. Preheat the oven to 150º and Bake for 20 minutesIn a small bowl, Add 2 tsp golden syrup + 2 tbsp water and mix well. Brush after middle baking and before 5 mins done. 

Recipe Source: JosephineRecipes.Co.Uk

Homemade Bread Dough | 零失敗麵包製作 | How to Make Super Soft and Moist Chinese Bakery Buns | Milk Bread Recipe

Please follow the instructional video for the best result of making your own Super Soft & Fluffy Milk Bread. This homemade bread will keep fresh for 2 daysYou can rebake it, and you're wondering how to reheat it to preserve taste and super soft texture just like freshly bakedHighly recommended!Cold rise the dough for super soft and fluffy texture of the bread with the moist and chewy  mouth feel



1 cup whole milk (warm) 40°C
1 tsp allinson easy bake yeast
1 tsp sugar


2 cups bread flour
2 tbsp sugar

35~ 50g lurpak salted butter (soften)
This will totally depend on how much butter you like


1 tsp golden syrup + 1 tbsp water and mix well.
Brush after middle baking and before 5 mins done

Helpful Tips:
1) If your dough too tough and hard to knead, the problem you adding too much bread flour.
If so, You must add warm milk or water to balance and rise again.
2) You can follow these old fashioned hand kneading method or using machine, like stand mixer, 
food processor and bread machine instead.

3) Brushing the crust with sugar water, melted butter, milk, or whisked egg on the bread surface as you desired.

Crispy Crust:
Brush before baking.

Soft Crust:
Brush after middle baking
or after baking as you desired. 
It will reduce the amount of "crisping up".

Recipe Source: JosephineRecipes.Co.Uk

Thursday 9 April 2015

How to Make Royal Milk Tea | Assam Milk Tea | 皇家奶茶 | 麥香 拉茶 奶茶 | 阿萨姆奶茶 | Josephine's Recipes 146

Picture Shown Above are: Added Sweetened Condensed Milk
Picture Shown Above are: No Added Sweetened Condensed Milk

A cup of  Hot Milk Tea with a richness and Smooth in taste, loose leaf tea creates a slightly bitter with a malty flavor.

Makes 2 Tea Cups
Things You'll Need:
Tea Cups

3 teaspoons Assam Tea
1 tea cup Hot Water
1 tea cup Whole Milk
2 teaspoons Brown Sugar
2 teaspoons Sweetened Condensed Milk
or you can easily adjust the sweetness to suit your taste.

1) In a small saucepan, add 3 teaspoons assam tea over low heat until fragrant,
about 10 seconds. (Be careful do not burn the tea, it will taste worse).

2) Add 1 tea cup hot water, over medium high heat, until the bubble grows.
Add 1 tea cup whole milk from the bottle, and 2 teaspoons brown sugar,
boil the milk tea for 2 minutes then strain the leaves.

3) Strain the tea leaves through a strainer right into the cups.

4) Holding a clean saucepan and pour the milk tea into a cup to saucepan,
repeat the process for a couple of times to achieve desired froth. Finally, add condensed milk to your liking. Serve the hot milk tea with snacks like biscuits and cookies.

Helpful Tips:
The one has to pour the tea, from as high as possible it's called ''Pulled Milk Tea'',
They used Ceylon Tea from Sri Lanka, and evaporated milk instead.

Recipe Source: JosephineRecipes.Co.Uk