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Red Wine Raisin Wreath Buns (酿酒葡萄花圈)

Made this red wine wreath buns just before Christmas. It is a soft and chewy buns with a hint of red wine aroma raisin and it looks so pretty in the wreath pattern.


葡萄干是最常见的果干配料.
外酥脆内湿软还带弹性口感.
伴着洋派红酒 口味,太迷人了...


Soft and chewy texture. love the moist and soft raisin in it.


With this recipe i made 2 wreath ring buns and a Christmas tree buns.


Christmas tree buns with sesame seeds topping. I have seen Mel, Jeannie and Veronica is doing this Christmas Tree buns too.

This is how i do the wreath ring buns...






Made into 2 type of patterns.  2  wreath ring buns and a Christmas tree buns.


Red Wine Raisin Wreath Buns
recipe adapted from : 手感烘焙, 台式经典面包(Handmade Breads)
method: straight dough 

Ingredients:
A.. 
400g bread flour
100g  all purpose flour
60g castor sugar
5 g salt
20g milk powder
5g instant yeast
1 whole egg
150g water
100g grape juice ( i used fresh milk)

B..
50g unsalted butter

C..red wine raisin
30g red wine
100g raisin
** can use dried cranberries or dried blueberries
Soak the raisin in red wine for 30 minutes (i soaked mine overnight in the fridge)

To do:
1. Mix all ingredients A in a mixing bowl into a rough dough. 

2. Add in B and knead into a smooth and elastic dough. Add in C and knead to combine well.
(i do 1 and 2 in my bread maker under mix and knead mode. I only added the red wine raisin into the wreath buns later )

3.  Grease a clean mixing bowl, round the dough round and proof in the bowl for 1 hour or double its size. Cover the bowl with a piece of cling foil.

4.  Punch the dough down to expel the air. Divide the dough into 150g each x 7 portions.
Each portion can make into a wreath ring buns. Please refer to the tutotrial above for making the wreath ring buns.
(i make 2 wreath ring buns of  270g each. For the Christmas tree buns i use 30g each x 17 pieces)

5. Arrange the buns into a greased and lined with parchment paper. Proof for another 50-60 minutes or double its size.

6. Bake in preheated oven at 180C  for 15 minutes.

I'm submitting this post to Cook-Your-Books #7 hosted by Joyce from Kitchen Flavours


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Comments

  1. The wreath and the tree looks equally gorgeous. Have a wonderful 2014 ahead with lots of wonderful recipe post from you.

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    1. Hi Mel,
      Thanks! Same to you too.
      Looking forward to your 2014 wonderful posts too :)

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  2. I am amazed with these bread, they are very lovely.
    Happy New Year:)

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  3. Hi, mui mui. I have never tried this kind of bread where the raisin has been soaked in red wine, it sounds and looks nice.
    Happy New Year to you and your family!

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  4. Hi Mui Mui, beautiful wreath buns! Here's wishing you Happy New Year 2014~

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  5. Beautiful buns dear..looks stunning..Wish You a very Happy New Year..

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  6. Mui Mui, happy new year! I love both the shapes, never make wreath buns before so if you want me to choose either one, i will go for this, hehe!

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  7. mui mui, Happy New Year! I love your buns! Wishing you all the very best for 2014 :)

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  8. Mui Mui,
    Your red wine raisin wreath buns are very creative, and I like your christmas tree buns too, planned to make it this year but didn't manage to do it due to lack of time, will definitely try it next year ! :)
    Happy New Year to you and your family !

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  9. What a cute and edible wreath.... Hope u enjoyed ur Xmas... Happy new year mui

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  10. 好棒哦。我都好久没做面包了。

    祝福你,新年进步。

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  11. These buns are so pretty! Happy new year!

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  12. Hi Mui Mui,
    I like both your buns - very Christmassy indeed!

    Thanks for linking to my Christmas event, and wishing you a wonderful 2014!

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  13. Hi Doreen,
    Both your Christmas Wreath and Christmas Tree breads are very festive! And beautifully made! Love it! :)

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  14. Hi Mui Mui, your bread look so cute and pretty. Well done! You're very creative.
    Wish you all the best in 2014 and may your dream come true. Best regards.

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