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Coconut buns for our tea time snack..下午茶..来个椰子面包..^^

Coconut always give a very rich, fragrant and delicious taste. There is a demostration for our Noxxa Breadmaker machine. I am appointed to get ready a type of bun for the demostration. Been, looking for a bun that is simple, nice and look attractive.
After my search I found this Coconut Bun from "Magic Bread ~ by Alex Goh" is quite interesting so I decide to give it a try and will present it on that day.

椰子是种很好吃又好喝又可以拿来做糕点的水果. 前一正子,有个Noxxa面包机示范会, 而我需做个面包具简单,好看又好吃...
找了几本书就看到...椰子面包就开动先来试, 好可以在示范会当天表演...

~a basket of coconut buns...一小蓝的椰子面包~

Ingredient for the dough:
100g bread flour
70g hot water
300g bread flour
100g plain flour
80g sugar
6g salt
20g salt
9g instant yeast
175g cold water
60g cold egg
60g butter

To do:
1) Add the boiling water from A into bread flour and mix well to form into a dough. Cover and set aside to cool. Keep in fridge for at least 12 hours.

2) Mix B until well-blended. Add in C and knead to form rough dough. Add in A knead until well-blended.
3) Add ub D and knead to form elastic dough.
4) Let it proof for 40 minutes.
**if you are using Noxxa Bread-maker then you can put in the ingredients for the dough at follow:
1) Place wet ingredients first in the bread pan then the dry ones; water, sugar, salt, (A) dough, flour, butter and yeast in the middle of the flour.
2) Use mode 10 (mix, knead and proof function) or use mode 11 (shorter time)
after that continue on (5).
5) Divide the dough into 60g each and mould it round. Let it rest 10 minutes.
(I divided mine into 40g eaches, so can make more for my demostration session...:p)
6) Wrap coconut fillings with dough. Flatten the dough then roll it up like a swiss roll. Make CUTS by using scissors. (Please refer to the picture below)

~ step 1; wrapped buns with coconut filling
step 2; flatten a little
step 3; roll it flat with a rolling pin
step; 4 roll it back like a Swiss roll

~ step 5; I make 6 cuts for my 40g buns if you are making 60g buns you can make 8 cuts
step 6; is as (7) and so on. 
7) Twist the cut portion one to the left and one to the right till end.
8) Place it onto a greased pan and flatten it ligthly, let it proof for 45 mintues.
9) Egg wash and place in the middle shelve of the oven. Bake at 180c for 12-15 mintues.

Ingredient for the filling:
70g butter
120g sugar
1 egg
some green colouring
110g dessicated coconut
50g milk powder

To do:
1) Cream butter and sugar till light. Add in egg and green colouring, cream till smooth.
2) Add in dessicated coconut and milk powder mix till well blended and shape them into 35g eaches balls. Set aside.



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