A piece of bread with a delicious and coexisting value. The material in the square is a six-inch round mold. If you want to make eight inches, all the components are doubled. Please read the tips carefully before doing this.
Knead all the bread material except butter and salt into a smooth dough.
Add butter and salt to the fully expanded stage and pull out a thin film.
Put it in a warm and humid place and ferment it to twice as large. The finger sticks to the face and does not shrink. It does not rebound.
Using the time of fermentation, we will make the crispy pieces, mix the milk powder, the powdered sugar and the low-gluten flour evenly, and add the softened butter.
The hand is kneaded into a coarse state and placed in a refrigerator for storage.
The fermented dough was taken out and vented, and it was divided into sixteen equal portions and rounded, and the plastic wrap was relaxed for 15 minutes.
The loose dough is rolled into round pieces, which are staggered in groups of four.
Sprinkle the crispy pieces on both ends of the round flakes and press them by hand to prevent the crisps from falling out when the rolls are rolled.
Roll up from left to right.
Use a scraper to cut from the middle, so that is two roses.
Make all the roses in turn, brush the oil on the mold or pad the oil paper, put the rose cuts down into the mold, leave a gap in the middle of the flowers, and put them into a warm and humid place for secondary fermentation to 1.5 times.
Brush the fermented flowers with a thin layer of whole egg liquid (outside the formula).
The oven is preheated to 180°, and the middle layer is fired for about 20 minutes. Satisfied with the surface color, stamp the tin foil in time, and master the temper of your own oven, don't burn it.
After baking, apply a layer of honey water on the surface of the bread (the ratio of honey to water is one to one), there will be surprises!
If it is not a non-stick baking tray, be sure to remember to grease the paper or brush the oil. If time is tight, you can also ferment once and be equally delicious. I am doing six inches. If it is eight inches, all ingredients are doubled. If there is no mold, you can make a blossoming rose alone. If you are afraid of trouble, you don't need to add milky stuffing. The finished product is just as delicious. I want the bread to look good. After baking, I put a layer of honey water on it (the ratio of honey to water is one to one). If you are working on a silicone pad, remember not to use a knife and carefully cut the pad.