Zebra Printed Loaf

by PhilVie Story
Zebra Printed Loaf

There are a few methods of shaping this zebra printed loaf and I find by shaping it this way is the easiest…

I’m using the usual dough recipe that I’m using for all my animal printed loaf…

Zebra Printed Loaf

Zebra bread

There are a few methods of shaping this zebra printed loaf and I find by… Bread Zebra Printed Loaf American
Zebra Printed Loaf
There's a few method of shaping this zebra printed loaf and i find by shaping it this way is the easiest...
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Serves: 4 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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Ingredients

  • 375gm bread flour
  • 35gm sugar
  • 1tsp instant yeast
  • 1/2tsp salt
  • 250ml milk
  • 20gm soften unsalted butter
  • 3gm bamboo charcoal powder
  • 5ml milk

Instructions

  1. Mix bread flour, sugar, and yeast.. give it a stir then add salt, stir and then add milk… knead into a rough dough then add in the butter and continue to knead for 15-20mins.
  2. If you poke a hole on the stretched dough, it remains the shape then the dough is ready…
  3. Divide the dough into two portions then set 1 portion aside to proof for 1hour or double in size.
  4. Add bamboo charcoal powder and milk into the other portion of dough and knead until combine. Set aside to proof for 1hour or double in size.
  5. After 1 hour, randomly divide each dough into 6 portions, then pinch and stretch into pan length. Stack the dough on top of each other, and also alternating the color…so you have 1 layer black and 1 layer white...
  6. Randomly stretch and randomly stack so that the dough will come out with a random zebra printed shape instead of a straight vertical line…
  7. Flip it 90c from the top, and put it into a lightly grease Pullman tin.. cover with a plastic wrap and let it rise until 90% full before cover it with the Pullman tin cover…
  8. Let it sit for another 1hour or so... then bake in a preheated 180c fan forced oven for 30mins…
  9. Once done, take out the loaf and let it cool down on a rack before slicing it up…
  10. And there you have it… pretty zebra printed loaf…


Enjoy

Here’s the other printed loaf I made:

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