Mixed Fruits-Oat Loaf

Mixed Fruit-Oat Loaf

I have not done with CNYB posting actually, too busy to edit photos and blog about those bakings. So, blog about this loaf I baked some times back. I always baked plain bread, but this loaf was baked with mixed fruits and oat. In fact, it was baked with last bit of everything, bread flour, yeast, mixed fruits and oat. I am trying to finish up stocks in the pantry before moving to save some troubles in packing.

This loaf was so soft and moist that my mom refused to call it bread. She thought it had similar texture as one type of Chinese steamed cake.

Ingredients (1 loaf):
1¼ cups water
2 tbsp butter
1 teaspoon salt
1½ cups bread flour
1½ cups all-purpose flour
½ cup instant oats
2 tbsp brown sugar
1½ tsp active dry yeast
½ cup mixed fruit (pre-washed)

Methods:
  1. Prepare dough in bread maker, using "Dough" mode. It took 90 minutes with my bread maker.
  2. Turn dough onto a lightly floured surface, punch the air out then form into desired shape or place dough in a loaf pan.
  3. Let it rise second time for about 30 minutes or until it is doubled in size.
  4. Preheat oven at 175ºC and bake for 30-35 minutes. Cover the surface with foil last 10 minutes of baking if desired.
  5. Cool on rack.

Comments :

6 comments to “Mixed Fruits-Oat Loaf”
Nags said...
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That looks awesome :)

limpepsi said...
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You can try to add some 桂圓肉,taste good also!

Mat Gebu said...
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Lydia...dah nak pindah ke Penang ke?...Eaa dekat dgn Yani laa itu macamm...

Lydia said...
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Nags:
Thanks for your compliments.

Pepsi:
I tried longan muffin before but not bread. Perhaps next time, thanks for sharing.

MG:
Belum lagi, maybe 1 minggu lagi. Taklah dekat sgt dgn Yani, dekat pun... tak kenal.. haha

Anonymous said...
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I baked this last night & finally, I've found a bread recipe whereby the bread is soft & really delicious!Thanks so much for sharing.
However, your bread looks more compact than mine. What's the reason?

Lydia said...
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Bread will have "compact" or sticky look if slicing before completely cooled. :-)

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