BeautyMe Love Recipes

BeautyMe Love Recipes

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Softest Bread Ever

Baked on 21 March 2017

Baled on 27 Feb 2017

Another round of Bread making using The Stay At Home Chef recipe with Pork Floss and sugar buns. Will try to make more types of bread using this recipe!

I chanced upon this recipe in Facebook from The Stay At Home Chef and gave it a try. Wow, it is such a simple and easy recipe I ever came across so far, just adding all ingredients together and mix with dough hook (no hand kneading required at all). The only downside is the waiting time for it to rise ie 90 mins + 60 mins in total but worth the wait. I am falling in love with bread making, enjoy looking at them rise and bake to perfection. Great satisfaction and motivation!

I have halved the quantity for the ingredients as stated below since it is able to yield a lot already. The bread can be kept for more than 3 days and it is still soft.

With modifications :


250ml warm milk
1 tbsp instant dry yeast
30g sugar
1 tsp salt
45g butter (softened)
1 large egg
400g plain flour or bread flour
1 small cube butter (for brushing)

2 tsp pandan paste
2 tbsp cocoa powder  


1. In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine warm milk, yeast, sugar, salt, butter, and eggs.
2. Add 3/4 of flour and using a dough hook, turn the mixer on to a low speed. Once the flour starts to incorporate into the dough, increase the speed to a medium range and add the remaining 1/4 of flour. The dough mixture should be slightly sticky and soft. Add more flour until the dough pulls away from the sides of the bowl. (The amount of flour you add in bread making is always an approximation and you should go by feel).
3. Transfer the dough to a lightly greased mixing bowl. Cover with a towel and let rise 90 minutes.
4. Lightly grease a baking tray. Punch down the dough and form into rolls. Cover and let rise 1 hour.
5. Preheat oven to 180 - 190 Deg C (depending on your oven) and bake the rolls for 12 to 14 minutes, until lightly browned.
6. Remove rolls from oven and brush with melted butter.

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