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Japanese Melon Bread

       By: Chef Noon  

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Japanese Melon Bread - Japanese Melon Pan is Japanese bread-cookies. It’s soft inside and cover the top with crispy sugar on cookie. This dessert don’t have the smell or taste of sweet melon but we make it look like melon. If you’re a bread or cookie lover, you should try ‘Japanese Melon Bread’!

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Japanese Melon Bread - Japanese Melon Pan is Japanese bread-cookies. It’s soft inside and cover the top with crispy sugar on cookie. This dessert don’t have the smell or taste of sweet melon but we make it look like melon. If you’re a bread or cookie lover, you should try ‘Japanese Melon Bread’!

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Serve: 12 pieces
Cooking time: 1.30 hours

1. 50 grams Unsalted butter
2. 70 grams Sugar
3. 1 Egg
4. 160 grams Cake flour
5. 1/4 Tsp. Baking powder
6. 20 grams Sugar

Bread
1.  280 grams Bread flour
2. 50 grams Sugar
3. 16 grams Milk powder
4. 1 Tsp. salt
5. 6 grams Yeast
6. 140 grams Water
7. 30 grams Unsalted butter
Cookie
1. Warm oven at 170 degrees.
2. Sift the flour with baking powder together.
3. Beat the butter and add sugar.
4. Add egg and beat until combined.
5. Add sifted mixture and mix together until smooth.
6. Mold the mixture into long piece. Wrap and set in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

Bread
1. Mix bread flour, sugar, milk powder, salt, yeast together.
2. Pour water and knead until with the flour.
3. Add unsalted butter and knead until you can stretch like film.
4. Set the dough for about 30 seconds.
5. Punch the dough and cut into piece (about 50 grams).


Shaping
1. Divided the dough (30 grams/piece)
2. Mold the dough. 
3. Cover the cookie on the dough. And wrap them together.
4. Mix the dough with sugar. 
5. Slit cookie like melon.
6. Set the dough at room temperature for 30 minutes.
7. Bake at 170 degrees for about 10-12 minutes.
8. Ready to serve.
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Japanese Melon Bread




Japanese Melon Bread - Japanese Melon Pan is Japanese bread-cookies. It’s soft inside and cover the top with crispy sugar on cookie. This dessert don’t have the smell or taste of sweet melon but we make it look like melon. If you’re a bread or cookie lover, you should try ‘Japanese Melon Bread’!

Ingredient of Japanese Melon Bread

1. 50 grams Unsalted butter
2. 70 grams Sugar
3. 1 Egg
4. 160 grams Cake flour
5. 1/4 Tsp. Baking powder
6. 20 grams Sugar

Bread
1. 280 grams Bread flour
2. 50 grams Sugar
3. 16 grams Milk powder
4. 1 Tsp. salt
5. 6 grams Yeast
6. 140 grams Water
7. 30 grams Unsalted butter

How to Cook Japanese Melon Bread

Cookie
1. Warm oven at 170 degrees.
2. Sift the flour with baking powder together.
3. Beat the butter and add sugar.
4. Add egg and beat until combined.
5. Add sifted mixture and mix together until smooth.
6. Mold the mixture into long piece. Wrap and set in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
 
Bread
1. Mix bread flour, sugar, milk powder, salt, yeast together.
2. Pour water and knead until with the flour.
3. Add unsalted butter and knead until you can stretch like film.
4. Set the dough for about 30 seconds.
5. Punch the dough and cut into piece (about 50 grams).
 
Shaping
1. Divided the dough (30 grams/piece)
2. Mold the dough. 
3. Cover the cookie on the dough. And wrap them together.
4. Mix the dough with sugar. 
5. Slit cookie like melon.
6. Set the dough at room temperature for 30 minutes.
7. Bake at 170 degrees for about 10-12 minutes.
8. Ready to serve.

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