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Oat meal sandwihc loaf (燕麦土司)

Today is last day for LTU November event, hosted by Vivian from Vivian Pang Kitchen with her theme OATS.Next month December would be a BREAK for LTU for school holiday and festive holidays. We will be back on January 2014 with our host Alice from I Love, Cook, Bake and her theme 'CHEESE'
Do join us please !!   今天是'小姆子说好' 111月活动的最后一天了. 下个月将会是小姆子说好活动放假了. 是学校和圣诞节的. 活动会在1月回复状态噢!! 我们1月的主持是Alice, 来自I Love, Cook, Bake和她的主题 '芝士'  欢迎大家都来参与噢!!

This is about a oat meal sandwich loaf. I search for a recipe which is easy, soft, nice and straight forward method to make a quick loaf. Found it in Carol's 'The second book of baking for beginners'. It bakes nicely in a 450 g pullman loaf pan but mine comes out a bit under bake because the crust is not nicely brown. The loaf still taste soft and nice despite the not so nicely baked crust :p

  I then found out that my pullman loaf pan is a bit too thick and i need longer baking time to achieve a nicely brown crust. Will do that the next time i bake this again :D

想找个简单的燕麦土司食谱. 就在Carol 老师的书'烘焙新手的第二本书'.
这土司好柔软,加了燕麦和全麦粉跟健康. 为一我不大满意就是烤的不过美:(

My hubby love to spread peanut butter on the slice to enjoy it!!
How about you? What would you like to spread on your piece of oat meal bread? 

 Oat Meal Sandwich Loaf (燕麦土司)
Recipe source: Adapted from Carol's "The second book of Baking for Begineers'
Method: Straight dough


A. Oat mixture
50 g quick cook oats
150 ml water
** Mix both together and cook it until its boil.
    Covered and leave it for 15 minutes.
    Open and stir to combine into paste.
(i cook the oat mixture in the mircowave. I zap in for 2 minutes and covered)

B. All of the above oat meal paste
    250 g bread flour
    30 g wholemeal flour
    3/4 tsp instant yeast
    20 g castor sugar
    1/4 tsp salt
    20 g olive oil (i used canola oil)
    80 ml cold water

C. some egg white for egg wash
    some quick oats for top garnishing before baking

To Do:
** i am using my bread machine (Noxxa Multi function bread maker) to do the mixing and kneading.

1. Add all the ingredients B into the bread pan. (liquid ingredients at the bottom and dry ingredients at the top)

2. When the dough pass the window pane test. Rolled round and do the first proofing for 60 minutes or double of size of the actual dough.

3. Punch down to expel air. Divide into 2 portion, rolled round and let it rest for 15 minutes.

4. Rolled the dough out into a flat ong rectangle shape and rolled into a short swiss roll. Do the same to the other dough. Place both into the greased pullman pan.

5. Spray some water on top. Cover with a piece of clean damp cloth. Second proofing for 50- 60 minutes or about 70% filling the pan.

6. Close the lid. Bake in a preheated oven at 170C for 35-38 minutes.

7. Once the bread is cooked. Unmould the loaf onto a wire rack to cool completely.

This post is linked to the event, Little Thumbs up organised by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and me, my little favourite DIY, hosted by Vivian from Vivian Pang Kitchen, at this post.


Our Little Thumbs Up event starts on first Tuesday until the last day of the month. Please join us! To join, simply cook or bake any recipe with the theme of the month.

What after November 2013? We are having a Christmas and New Year break and will be back for more thumbs up starting from January 2014. Alice from I Love. I Cook. I Bake will be the next hostess of Jan 2014 and her theme is CHEESE! All the upcoming ingredient themes and hosts for the forthcoming months are listed at "Little Thumbs Up" side bar of my blog and hope that you can join in the fun of this event. Thumbs up!


  1. This look like a great n healthy bread recipe. Bookmarked! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Doreen,

    I remember seeing this Carol's recipe. I like her recipes but feel it a little too tiring to translate them to English language.

    My personal preference is different from yours... I actually like my square loaf less crusty for a softer bread texture :p This pale-colour loaf will be perfect for my liking :D


  3. Doreen , next time , when your loaf bread looks pale , just put it in the baking sheet then into the oven and bake for few minutes , rotate on both sides until golden brown :D Another Carol's recipe ?! Why oh why it doesn't have a bilingual version ?!

  4. 我最近没法做面包,可以请我吃一片吗?

  5. Hi Doreen, love your healthy oatmeal sandwich loaf!


  6. Thanks for recipe! They look delicious! I have making right now.
    School Cookie Cutters

  7. Hi Mui Mui, your bread is perfectly baked, look so professional. You're an excellent cook/baker, keep up the good job.


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