This time, the meat is wrapped in the outside, the combination of fleshy + bean paste is very delicious ~ can also be replaced by your own hand, plastic reference this ~ inside there is a tin foil cover method to avoid surface coloring ~
Put all the ingredients in the order of the bottom liquid, the middle layer powder, and the upper layer of dry yeast.
When you reach the dough expansion stage, you can take out a large film and have a certain toughness, but it is easy to break. You can do it with ordinary sweet bread.
Put the kneaded dough in a clean basin. Cover with plastic wrap and place in a warm and humid place for fermentation.
Fermentation to the original volume of 2.5 times large, the recommended temperature of 28 degrees, 1 hour.
Press the dough on the panel a few times to vent the gas.
Then, the average was divided into 8 portions, and the plastic wrap was covered for 15 minutes.
After relaxation, it is rounded into a round shape.
Put 10g of bean paste and wrap it up.
After wrapping, put the mouth down.
All the packets of bean paste are placed in a baking tray for a second fermentation. It is recommended to be 32 degrees and 30 minutes.
Take it out and remove it. Cut the shape of the ear with scissors on the top of the dough. This step can also be done, and it is also possible to pinch the ears with meat. * Start preheating the oven, 170 degrees above and below.
After preheating, put it into the bottom of the oven, change it to 160 degrees, and bake for 30 minutes. After baking for 10 minutes, cover the tin foil. As shown in the figure, I am covered by the partition, which will shield the curtain. Avoid uncooked conditions.
Take it out immediately after baking, and let it cool on the drying net. Then take a baking tray, sprinkle with meat, as shown in the figure, first brush the condensed milk in the area where you need to stick the meat, then stick the meat. **The ears of Shiba Inu are pinched into a triangle shape with meat and placed in the corresponding part.
Finally, paint the expression with chocolate~