Friday, October 14, 2011

Meat Floss Mayonnaise Buns 汤种肉松面包




Since I resumed working, I must confess that my passion in cooking, baking and blogging took a back seat in life. If you’ve following me, you would have noticed I was more lax in updating my blog posts than before.  I have to apologise for that.
From my recent posts, you would notice I worked more on baking rather than cooking right.  Frankly, with a full time job, juggling work life balance can be quite demanding.  I am thankful to have our Auntie Lan to come back and stay with us and continue to be our master chef to relieve my burden of day to day cooking. J Having said that, I still try my best to explore new recipes at least once a week in the weekends.
Currently, the baking I continue to do nearly every week is the homemade water roux starter (Tangzhong) bread (汤种面包 ). Last Sunday, I decided to use part of the Tangzhong dough to make Meat Floss (肉松) Mayonnaise Bun.
If you are bread lovers in Malaysia and Singapore, you would have tasted this delicious Floss Bun which was introduced by famous Singaporean chain bakery shops Bread Talk. This signature floss bun once captured many bread lovers’ attention when it was first launched in Singapore and Malaysia, and I was one of them. That time whenever I came across a Bread Talk bakery shop, I would end up buying a few floss buns for breakfast or tea break. J
Pork Floss Mayonnaise Buns 汤种肉松面包

Ray with mouth full of pork floss mayonnaise bun


MEAT FLOSS MAYONNAISE BUNS


INGREDIENTS


Dough:
A
350 gm high grade flour (bread flour )
55 gm caster sugar
5 gm salt
10 gm milk powder (optional)
6gm instant dry yeast
B
1 egg
100-125 ml milk/water (slowly add in, stop adding if dough too gooey)
120 gm Tangzhong (refer here for making tanzhong)
C
30 gm butter ( softened at room temperature)
 
Topping:
300g meat floss (chicken/ fish/ pork)

1 bowl of mayonnaise mixed with
2 tbsp. condensed milk
Glazing:
1 egg, lightly beaten with
1/8 tsp. salt

METHOD:
1.  Follow the same steps of Tangzhong dough making to knead.
2.  Shape Tangzhong dough into oblong shape and let it proof on greased baking tray, separate them 5cm apart from each other.


3.   Cover the rolls using damp cloth for another 45-60 minutes or until dough is double in size.
4.   Glaze the tops with egg wash or spray with water.
5.   Bake in a pre-heated oven at 200 degree Celsius for about 10-15 minutes until cooked and golden brown.
6.   Remove from the oven leave the bread on a wire rack to cool. 


7.   Slit bun lengthwise, spread mayonnaise mixture inside and on top of the buns and coat generously with pork floss.



汤种肉松面包

材料

面团:
A
350 克高筋粉
55 克糖
5
克盐
56克快速酵母(Instant Yeast
10克奶粉 (增加香味,可不加)
B
56
克全蛋液 (一粒蛋)
100-125
毫升水/牛奶 (慢慢加入避免面团过湿
120
克汤种 (做法参考此食谱)
C
30克牛油(奶油,置室温放软) (待面团起筋,即成团后,才加入)

/内馅:
300克肉松(鸡//猪肉)
1
美乃沙拉酱
2
汤匙炼乳

上光:
1
鸡蛋,轻轻拌打 1/8 茶匙

方法:
1
面包外皮面团做法请参考: 汤种面包面团
2
第一次发酵完成的面团分割成等份滚圆(每个约50g)
3
橄成橄榄形餐包长形然后收口朝下间隔5厘米整齐排入烤盘中盖上拧干的湿布再发酵45-60分钟直到两倍大
4
烤箱打开预热至200c 发好的面团表面轻轻刷上一层全蛋液表面喷些水
5
将烤盘放进已经预热至200c的烤箱中烘烤10-15分钟至表面呈现金黄色即可
6
从烤箱中取出面包烤好移到铁网架上放凉
7面包放凉后用刀在中间切开一道切口抹上美乃滋
8表面抹上一层美乃滋
9最后面包表面沾上满满一层肉松即可

15 comments:

  1. Nice and wonderful with the meat floss on top. I can understand how difficult it can be at time managing work and family at the same time as I too go through this. Thank god my peak period is just done with and now am busy preparing for Deepavali.

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  2. Dear Nava:
    Nice to see you again :-)
    Indeed, I suppose women always seem to play multi roles than men right? Career woman, housewife and mother :-(
    Wish you have great deepavali celebration, I suppose you will busy in coming out good food for this occation right ?

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  3. Nice job, Yin! I want some too. Hope you're all well. Have a great weekend.
    Blessings,
    Kristy

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  4. That looks great but what is meat floss?

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  5. This is one of my fav must-buy from breadtalk whenever I pass by! :)

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  6. Wow, I'm impressed! BreadTalk is the creator of these buns & they were such a hit. Well done, Yin!

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  7. Dear Kristy, Shirley and Hanushi:
    Glad to know you lovely ladies also one of the bread talk supporters. But frankly, since I picked up the bread making skill, I seldom patronise them anymore :-P

    Joy:
    Meat floss is made of stewing cuts of pork(or chicken/fish) in a sweetened soy sauce mixture until muscle fibres can be easily teased apart with a fork,then strained and dried in the oven.
    Click on the meat floss to go to wiki for full explanation.

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  8. gosh...this looks so interestingly grizzly!!
    i like coming to your blog...a sense of peace and unhurriedness i find here which i like. and am so glad that you work! juggling is fine...it's difficult but at the end of the day you feel happy though dead tired!!!

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  9. Dear Thoma:
    Thanks for your lovely statement. Indeed, sometime felt real worn out coping multiroles but felt contented in a way. :-P

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  10. These look simply scrumptious. I think my kids and husband would love them. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for being my newest followers too.

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  11. Andrea:
    Thanks for poping in. Yes, these buns will capture your kids taste bud for sure.

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  12. It's look good to try your methode. About the mayonnaise mix with
    condensed milk, what kind of condensed milk you use?
    Its colour look brown at your picture.

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  13. Hi Lena:
    I use the normal condensed milk, also called sweetened creamer. Mine in darker color because it has been oxidised and near expiry. The right color should be off white.

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