If you have ever had a milk bread, you most likely will know how addictive the taste and entire dough of this pastry can be.
The milk bread is not just like the typical pastry you come across everyday, as it offers a creamy and spongy taste that a lot of us have never come across and one that we definitely will find difficult to resist.
Depending on how it is made, the muffin like top and the sparkly salt added to it can make you never want to taste another bread. The spots of sandy-colored dough bunked next to a darker golden shell will surely brainwash you and you will immediately reach out to have a taste instead of waiting.
One thing that is guaranteed when you make it is that you will keep making more and more to satisfy the cravings you have as a result of tasting it.
How To Make It
Now, it’s time for you to make it! Not sure what you might use it for? If you don’t want to eat Milk Bread plain, you can truly enjoy it at every meal. You can use it to make French toast, sandwich, burgers, lobster rolls and doughnuts. All you need do is to swap the Milk Bread recipe in and you’re one step closer to creating a whole new network of addictive followers from those who have a taste.
The Milk Bread Recipe
To make Make 6 rolls, two 9- by 5-inch loaves, or 12 split-top buns of the Milk Bread, you will need 5 1/3 cups bread flour, divided, plus more for surface, 1 cup heavy cream and 1/3 cup mild honey (such as wildflower or alfalfa).
Other ingredients include; 3 tablespoons nonfat dry milk powder (such as Alba), 2 tablespoons active dry yeast (from about 3 envelopes) and 3 large eggs.
4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) unsalted butter, cut into pieces, at room temperature, Nonstick vegetable oil spray and Flaky sea salt (optional, but shouldn’t be) completes the list of ingredients.
While the recipe varies from person to person, there are bound to be inconsistencies. Whatever way, you choose to make it, you will most likely arrive at the sweet taste you desire.