Green Tea Red Bean Bread

I just had to re-do this Green Tea Red Bean Bread again. The last time I did, I didn't let it proof long enough. So now, I take my time to let it proof. I also baked it as a loaf, instead of buns.

Brushed it with egg yolk before baking. After the second proofing.

Green tea bread loaf after baking. The side is nicely rolled up like a swiss roll.

This is one pattern on one side of the bread...

while this is another pattern on the other of the bread!

As I rolled up the dough a few times, the red beans are folded a number of times. Close up on the red bean paste.

Recipe extracted from Happy Home Baking.
[Afternote: This bread is really nice, soft & tasty.]

6 comments:

Chian said...
August 7, 2008 at 6:22 AM

Oooh! That looks SO gorgeous. I've been dying to try making green tea red bean bread but couldn't seem to find a recipe. Today is my lucky day, however, and your loaf looks positively delicious. One question however: How did you get yours to be so GREEN? The pic from Happy Home Baking doesn't appear to be so green. More teaspoons of green tea, yeah?

<3

Passionate About Baking said...
August 7, 2008 at 12:10 PM

Hi,
Yes, her recipe is really good. Maybe my lighting was more orangy, thus the green was very obvious. I used the bakeable green tea powder from Phoon Huat. I like that green tea powder and has been using it very often for all my green tea bakes. :) Happy baking. After that, share your experience okay?

Jane

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January 23, 2010 at 5:49 PM

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May 19, 2011 at 5:49 PM

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Chian said...
May 19, 2011 at 5:49 PM

Oooh! That looks SO gorgeous. I've been dying to try making green tea red bean bread but couldn't seem to find a recipe. Today is my lucky day, however, and your loaf looks positively delicious. One question however: How did you get yours to be so GREEN? The pic from Happy Home Baking doesn't appear to be so green. More teaspoons of green tea, yeah?

<3

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