How to make Peanut Soboro Bread?

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Peanut Soboro Bread

Peanut Soboro Bread is on the menu in Book recipe, and we are going to teach you how to make this delicious recipe from scratch!

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Peanut Soboro Bread
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Peanut Soboro Bread

Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )
Serves: 6 Prep Time: Cooking Time: Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat


Bread Dough

  • Strong flour 210g
  • Soft flour 72g
  • Nonfat dry milk 12g (Possible omission)
  • Sugar 60g
  • Salt 5g
  • Yeast 14g
  • Egg 60g
  • Water 140 (It reduces the amount of water in summer and increases in winter)
  • Not salted butter 24g


  • Peanut butter 25g
  • Not salted butter 60g
  • Sugar 90g
  • Egg 20g
  • Medium flour 150g
  • Nonfat dry milk 15g (Possible omission)
  • Baking Powder 2.5g
  • Baking Soda 1g

[Potato starch water]
Potato starch : Water = 1 : 1





  1. In a mixing bowl, strong flour & soft flour & nonfat dry milk.
  2. Add sugar & salt & yeast out of touch with each other
  3. Add egg & water and then mix!
  4. if the dough is less sticky to the hand and stretch well, add butter
  5. When the dough is stretched, mix until the fingerprints are visible.
  6. Cover with a wet cotton cloth and ferment for 1 hour. (Until it's three times the volume)

Soboro Topping

  1. Gently mix peanut butter and unsalted butter in a bowl.
  2. Add sugar and starch syrup and whip until ingredients are mixed.
  3. Add egg and whip until ingredients are mixed.
  4. Sift the flour and mix as a spatula.
  5. 60% mixed, move to table and rub with fingertips and fingers.


Divide the fermented dough into 45gRound it, so let it ferment at room temperature for 10 minutes.

Brad molding

  1. Remove the gas and fold twice to round (it makes volume well).
  2. Dip in (potato starch+water) and put it down to the Soboro of 30g
  3. Press with your fingers and coat the Soboro
  4. Panning over silicon paper and ferment for 40 minutes. (Until it's 10cm in size)
  5. Bake at 180 degrees for about 15 minutes.


It's translated into papago, so the sentence can't be smooth. English is too difficult. ( XP )

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Carol Mondro October 10, 2021 - 16

I love your recipes but don’t make them. I use cups or ounces for measuring


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