Friday, May 7, 2010

Chocolate Bread Recipe

I am experimenting with different types of ingredients to go with my home made bread. One of it is chocolate and brown sugar. The result turn out quite good and my little daughter loves the chocolate bread so much. For a little aroma, I added in some vanilla essence. Vanilla essence is one of the essential ingredients in chocolate based food. I ended up with some extra dough and I used them to make sausage bread by sticking some smoked sausage on the flatten dough.

Flour, 4 cups
Dry yeast, 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Sugar, 3 table spoons
Brown sugar, 2 table spoon
Cooking chocolate, ½ cup, cut into small chips
Vanilla Essence, 1 teaspoon
Shortening, 2 tablespoons
Butter, 2 tablespoons
Egg, 1 pc

Mix flour, yeast, salt, sugar, shortening and butter. Add some water and make it into dough. Knead the dough for around 15 minutes. Leave it aside for around 2 hours. Put one layer of the dough in to the bread pan. Sprinkle the chocolates, brown sugar and vanilla essence mixture on the dough. Put another layer of dough in to the bread pan. Again, sprinkle the chocolate, brown sugar and vanilla mixture on it. Keep on doing this until you fill up the bread pan up to around 75 %. Leave the bread dough aside to proof for another 20 minutes. Brush the top of the dough with eggs. Bake the bread dough in preheated oven at 200 Dec C for 15 minutes.


smallkucing said...

Roti roti...roti panjang satu :p

Nice ler you have patient to make own roti :D

wenn said...

wow, just envy u!

Merryn said...

the chocolate roti looks good :D

Mommy Ling said...

Aii..i just bought one loaf of chocolate bun from Jusco..hehhee

Happy weekend!!

Christine said...

sounds delicious! chocolate and brown sugar, yum!

nourfadly80 said...

Very nice! looks delicious.

MaryMoh said...

All looks nice to me. Homemade bread will always be my favourite. I love the texture and smell.

cleffairy said...

OMg... the sausage bread looks very nice. Fluffy liddat... :D I wan ah, Pete.

tasteofbeirut said...

The chocolate bread looks great!

manglish said...

waaaaa i like tat hot dog one hehehe

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Whoaaaa! I totally envy U Pete! hehehe ;)

Great Chef At Home..^___^

Anonymous said...

I like the choc bread from a bakery in MidValley. Can't remember the name now.

suituapui said...

Oooo...I love your teapot!!! New one or antique? I want! I want!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like sausage... keke...

Pete said...

smallkucing : Roti pendek ada loh! ha ha ha

Wenn : Quite easy to make, just need time to proof the dough

Merryn : My daughter likes it

Mommy Ling : Wah coincidence...have a nice weekend to you too!

Christine : Agree, both these ingredients go hand in hand

nourfadly80 : Thks for dropping by my blog

Marymoh : Agree, I like homemade bread too.

Cleff : Nice leh, out from oven all sapu habis....ha ha ha!

Tasteofbeirut : Agree

Manglish : Hotdog ones simply make, but nice! LOL!

Love2cook : Trying out new recipe only lar....sometime also didn't work out ok....LOL!

Mei Teng : Will look out for it when in Mid Valley.....unfortunately no shop name...

STP : Bought from a shop in Butterworth....not antique lah.

Sharon : Me too! LOL!

Cheryl said...

Yummy indeed! I too would love to try this.


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