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Sunday, May 11, 2014

Mini Loaf Bread Recipe

Mini Loaf Bread Recipe


Happy Mother's Day to my Mom and to all Mommies out there!:)
I would consider this Sunday as extra special one. It's time to give thanks, love and appreciation to our Mom's whose been such a great example. I'm the eldest among three siblings and me and my Mom is so close to each other. She taught me a lot of things in life, the person I can count on, lean on and asked advice for. She's such a great Mom! So, Today, in honor of Mother's Day. I made something that remind of my Mom and those unforgettable memories of my childhood. This Mini loaf Bread is made with sweet bun with sweet ube coconut filling. Yum! Which my family's favorite! Are you big fan of UBE and sweet coconut filling? This recipe is so perfect for any occasion like birthday's, potluck party and giveaways for parties. I'm sure any Mom's would appreciate the love and effort you put into to express how much you love and care for them. Come on and join me in my kitchen and lets start baking some sweet good for all the sweet Mommies out there.

Notes:
- Choice your favorite filling for the bread. It could be ham and cheese, monggo, ube or sweet coconut filling.
- Personalized the bread the way you want it to be.

Ingredients:

3 1/2 cups bread flour                        
2/3 cup- Lukewarm water                 
2/3 cup- Lukewarm milk                   
1/4 cup sugar                                  
1/4 cup butter melted                          
1 pack yeast  ( 2 1/2 tablespoon)                                         
1 1/2 tsp. salt
  
Filling:
Ube Yam- store bought
Shredded coconut and brown sugar- combine this two ingredients.

Directions:

1.) Mix the flour, sugar, salt and yeast on the big bowl ans set aside.
2.) Pour the lukewarm water and lukewarm milk into the dry ingredients and mix it well.
3.) Pour the melted butter into the mixture, mix well. Knead the dough until the dough is smooth and elastic bout 15 minutes or so.
4.) Let it rise for 1-2 hours
5.) Divide the dough into 4 pieces. Flatten each divided dugh, using the rolling pin, roll it until its big enough to fill the sweet ube coconut filling.
6.) First put the ube paste on the flatten dough, spread it around. Add the coconut filling. Fold both ends, and roll make sure it will fit on the mini loaf pan that you prepared.
7.) Let the filled dough rise for like 30 minutes. Meantime, preheat the oven onto 350 degrees
8.) Brush with eggwash and bake all four mini loaf for about 15-18 minutes until its golden brown on top.

 Let's make this day extra special and give your Mom's a lot of hug and kisses. We are going to my in-laws house today in celebration of Mother's Day. It's going to be FUN and I'm excited!! Share me your Mother's Day experience, I'm excited to know:).. So till next time everyone! Enjoy the day with your Mom's. I'll see you in few days for more recipes.
To My Mama: Happy Mother's Day to the best Mom ever. I love you! Amping permi, Miss you:)
To my Mother in-law, Sister in-laws, to my sister back home and to all my friends offline and online- Happy Mother's Day. I love you all!

xoxoxox- Melgie

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41 comments:

  1. Wow, nice token there. I want to make some baked goodies too.

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    1. Thank you! perfect for like giveaways or pasalubong:)

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  2. This looks like some great and tasty bread :)

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  3. Happy mothers day out there! Here in Noway, mother's day is celebrated in the second sunday of february :)

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  4. Hmm perfect for breakfast dunk in my coffee.

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    1. It is Dai, come over will make some:) Thanks!

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  5. looks good! Belated Happy Mother's Day sis.. :-)

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    1. Thank you, Happy mother's Day too Sis:)

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  6. You are really good! I think I would like ham and cheese for the filling!

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    1. I agree, Ham and cheese is also quite good with this bread. Thank you, Doc:)

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  7. Sis, I'm drooling over the photos palang. I think that bread tasted really yummy!

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    1. It is really good Sis. Come over and have some:) Thanks!

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  8. Wow! Ube and macapuno filling? So yummy looking! Your mom would definitely love this! What's Amping permi? :-)

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    1. Amping permi- means ( Take care always) It is Ube and Macapuno. Thank you, Sis:)

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  9. This looks incredible! I've never made anything like this before...

    Aesthetic Lounge

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  10. Oh, I love ube. I'm sure this is sooo yummy! Great thought for Mom's Day, sis. Belated Happy Mother's Day to you, too. :-)

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    1. Thank you, Sis. Belated happy Mother's day too:)

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  11. Naku sis, Daddy is so into baking to think that we only have an oven toaster right now. How much more pa if we really have an oven. I'm thinking of buying a real one the soonest because Matt will be in school in June na e.

    Mommy Maye
    www.momaye.com

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    1. I've seen some bake goods on your blog. It looks really good, I'm sure if you got the oven your house will smells like a bakery. I can't wait na talaga Sis..:)

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  12. Great recipe! And you never fail to come up with great dishes to share to us always. Your household must be lucky to receive surprises from you often!:)

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    1. Thank you, Sis. I love to bake and share the sweet good to my friends and family. Kong magkalapit lang sana tayo. I'll make some for you..:) Thanks

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  13. I also made a tribute for my own Mom in this link: http://inpinaysfootsteps.blogspot.com/2014/05/happy-mothers-day-2014-daughters-tribute.html

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    1. That is so sweet of you, Doc.:) Thanks for sharing the link

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  14. Your bread recipe looks so inviting.. haven't baked bread in a while..

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  15. Homemade bread rocks! I wish I could bake myself.

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  16. Wow! You're good. I am not really comfortable baking breads. Maybe because we have bakeries in every corner. We can always buy freshly baked breads.

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    1. I would love to buy bread freshly bake around the corner kaso wala eh, that's the things I missed in Pinas:

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  17. Happy mother's day, Melgie! I wish I could bake as good as you do! Your blog is eye candy with all those goodies!

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    1. Hehehhe Thank you, Marie that is so sweet of you:)

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  18. Oi.. I read the words "amping permi" hehehe bisaya pud diay ka? Happy Mother's Day! Eveyday is mother's day to all of us supermoms.. :-)

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    1. Oo woi, I grew up in Bukidnon:) Thank you, Jan. Belated Happy Mother's Day too:)

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  19. This bread seems so easy to bake. I really have to get back to baking bread. Haven't done it in such a long time.

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  20. Yum! I've been meaning to try baking bread, but I'm worried that it might be difficult. This recipe seems easy to manage. :)

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  21. Awesome recipe! quite easy to follow. Thanks!

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