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Monday, January 12, 2015

STEAMED WHOLEMEAL OAT CRANBERRIES BREAD

I am craving to eat warm steamed bread. I don't think I can buy it anywhere warm. So I decided to search the recipe from internet and found a Japanese style steamed bread. I adjust the recipe to my liking and the result turn out to be good.

Not bad for first timer like me huh?
Yeah you see the bread doesn't rise up?
Well...I put a pinch soda and less flour that's it.

As usual me Princess of Kitchen Disaster end up hurt 2 fingers due to heat of steamed, Yup! steamed my fingers too. Bloody hurt and even bleeding too and almost lose my nail too. Damn it! That is way I prefer to eat out! Yeah...my clumsiness always limit me to do things I like because if I did..end up hurting myself more. I even burn my own finger when trying to toast a bread. Goshhhhh!!! This woman...isk isk isk...


How I made this bread?

Mix one cup of oatmeal , half cup soya bean milk powder, 1 spoon of honey, 4 strawberries, 2 cups of fresh milk and blend all ingredients in blender like smoothies. If you like it sweeter please add sugar or honey for liking.

Then pour all in the bowl and mix in 1/2 cup of wholemeal flour, pinch of salt , pinch of soda and 1 cup of dried cranberries. Mix all ingredients. You can change cranberries to raisins or any other dried fruit to your liking and same goes to strawberries which you can change to blueberries.

I add in drop of olive oil in each cup before pour in the batter.


Then steamed all bread for 15 minutes. Let it cool of in well lidded container to maintain it chewer and moist. You can store in freezer and warm it up in microwave or steam it again for 2 minutes.I got 16 cups for this batch. I ate some for dinner and save the rest for breakfast and tea time tomorrow.

This steamed bread full with nutrients and fibers.



Happy trying and try to be creative.

6 comments:

  1. Such an interesting recipe. I love cooking post like this! Have a great Sunday, dear! xoxo

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  2. Look very healthy dear~~~Texture ok?

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    1. Hi Yvon, good texture. I put the left over in my fridge and eat it the next day and it still delicious. I don't even have to steamed it again. Very moist too.

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  3. Alamak...phew, I can imagine the pain! Hope it's better. At least the bread turned out good. :)

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