Wednesday, April 9, 2008
My First Milk Loaf
I finally tried baking my own loaf of bread and it turned out much better than I had expected it to be. I used a recipe from Happy Home Baking (Thank you!) and many people have gotten fantastic results before. Therefore, I've been dying to try it out since a long time ago. I used a pullman tin (bread tin) I bought from Thailand last December and I love the squareness of my loaf. The squareness makes it look so much like professional commercial bread. Here's how it looks like:

I was supposed to roll the dough into a swiss-roll style but I'm still not so experienced in handling bread dough so this was the best I could come up with:

Nevertheless, the bread turned out really wonderful:

Look at the soft and fluffy texture:

It has been three days since I baked this loaf of bread and the texture still remains as soft. I spread it with strawberry jam and have it as breakfast. A real simple but yummy treat to perk me up in the morning. I can't wait to bake another loaf for the week!

posted by An Economist Baker at 11:16 AM -
  • At April 12, 2008 at 10:07 AM, Blogger brad said…

    wow! the milk loaf looks nice! can i have a bite? hahaha

    btw can you relinked me? i moved to


  • At April 12, 2008 at 12:09 PM, Blogger An Economist Baker said…

    I can let you have the whole loaf if you really want! :)

    I've relinked you already and congrats on having your own domain! :)

  • At April 14, 2008 at 9:28 AM, Blogger -wj- said…

    wow i must have a try too! after exams ok! btw my friend's in taiwan for exchange now. maybe u want visit her blog so get some ideas where to go? i think it's quite informative.

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