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Saturday, 2 April 2016

Nescafé Gold Blend Coffee Loaf



The It's a Saturday. It's a weekend. I want a break but I also want to enjoy a good loaf of home baked bread. Hence, my good breadmaker will take care of everything from kneading to baking. Smooch 😘
Just mix a small amount of hot water to two packets of 3-in-1 coffee mix, I can sit back and relax for an aromatic coffee bread in about 3 hours time :)

Equipment: Whirlpool Breadmaker BM 1000

Ingredients
2x20g pack Nescafé 3-in-1 coffee mix
50g hot water
120g cold fresh milk

30g raw sugar
1/4 tsp salt
30g cold unsalted butter

225g bread flour
25g superfine wholegrain flour
1/2 tsp instant dry yeast

Glazing 
Some fresh milk

Directions
1. Mix 3-in1 coffee mix with hot water.
After the mixture is well dissolved, add in the cold fresh milk.

2. Pour the ingredients according to the sequence listed in the ingredient to the bread pan. Dig a hole at the top of the flour and pour the instant dry yeast in.

3. Select the "sweet" dough function, crust colour, and start the program.

This step is optional. You can choose to leave the dough undisturbed till the baking finish.

4. When the countdown timer reads 1:55, wear a disposable glove to lift up the dough and remove the kneading blade from the bottom of the dough.
Place the dough back to the pan and continue the proofing program.




5. When the countdown timer reads 1:15, apply a thin coat of fresh milk over the top of the dough. 
Cover the window of the lid with an aluminum foil. This will prevent the crust from developing a pale spot.

6. When the baking program ends, remove the loaf and cool on a wire rack.


7. Slice the loaf after the loaf has completely cool down. Enjoy :)




16 comments:

  1. Hi Goh NgaiLeng, love to follow ur blog with step by step pics. This recipe can it be make into individual bun?

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  2. Hi Goh NgaiLeng, love to follow ur blog with step by step pics. This recipe can it be make into individual bun?

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    1. Hi Hwee Yong, yes, you can shape the dough into individual buns to bake in an oven. If you bake in the oven, you may want to increase the yeast from 1/2 to 3/4 tsp to make the bread fluffier :)

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  3. hi hi, tried out ur recipe and i like the bread!! soft and with a tint of coffee. thks for the pictorial steps. will try again to make it "look" better. :)

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    1. Hi JasTare, thank you for leaving me this positive feedback. Happy to know you like the coffee bread. Happy baking :)

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  4. Hi how much more sugar should I adf if I use 2-in-1 coffee

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    1. Hi Nutella, I guess you just add about 5g extra sugar for your first trial, and adjust according to your preference in your subsequent bake :)

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    2. Thank you for your quick response! Will try now! (-:

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    3. Haha, so fast! Happy baking :)

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    4. Compliments on the bread from hubby. He said can sell already. Lol.. Thanks ngai leng!

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    5. Haha, happy that your bread received good feedback from your family. Well done :)

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  5. hi, happy to see so many bm bread recipes..can't wait to try them with my bm:) would like to check, if i am using just coffee powder and not 3 in 1, what adjustments should i made? how much sugar, powder should i add?

    thanks
    octopusmum

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    1. Hi octopusmum, happy to share the recipes with you. You can substitute the 2 packets of 3-in-1 coffee by 2 tsp of instant coffee powder, 10g of sugar and 4 tsp of milk powder :)

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    2. wow, thanks! will try v soon:)

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