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Sun-dried Tomato Breadmaker Bread ~ 番茄乾面包


As the name implies, this is soley the work of  my Kenwood breadmaker and I just followed the step-by-step instructions faithfully and be rewarded with this sweet smelling loaf of bread for my dinner.




For ease of reference, I append below the ingredients that were used for this 1 lb loaf of bread.

Ingredients - Time (2hrs 50 mins)

280 ml/10 fl oz of water
15 ml/3 tsp of oil from the the bottled sun-dried tomatoes OR olive oil
400 gm/14 oz high protein or bread flour
50 gm/2 oz wholemeal flour
25 gm/1 oz finely grated Parmesan cheese (optional)
1.1.2 tsp salt
10 gm/2 tsp sugar
5 gm/1 tsp dried yeast
25 gm/1 oz well-drained sun-dried tomatoes in olive oil, chopped
(This to be added when the machine makes an audible sound)



I had this with a dip of olive oil, Balsamic vinegar and finely chopped sun-dried tomatoes


Comments

  1. The texture of this bread looks very soft. Can have 2 slices for supper?

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  2. Me too...share your bread with me :)

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  3. It turned out great, Cheah. I love the soft crumb.

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  4. Love the idea.. I think it tastes great because of that sundried tomato

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