All-purpose dinner roll bread | Make a fat matcha toast
The day before yesterday, I was going to buy toast and make a sandwich for my baby.
I was thinking about which one to buy, but I suddenly remembered that I still have dinner rolls at home.
Kneading matcha powder is a little more complicated than I thought.
If you start with flour, then mix the matcha powder with water and knead it together, it is easy to color, and dry powder is more difficult to knead into the dough.
The toast made from the dinner roll is a little softer than the bought one.
Not so solid, it is quite suitable for the baby to eat.
The matcha flavor can be eaten, but it is relatively light and will not grab the show.
Make sandwiches or spread cheese, jam works as well.
- 11 dinner rolls
- Matcha powder 5g
The amount of dinner rolls is adjusted according to the size of the toast box.
My toast box L×W×H=8.3×4.8×4.4 inch
1. Thaw the dinner rolls of the bread overnight in advance, and make one round
2. Take 5 pieces of green tea powder and knead it into a green dough, it will take about 5-8 minutes to knead well
3. Divide the white dough and the green dough into 5 equal parts, and knead them into balls, each white dough is about 42-45g, and the green dough is a little less, each about 36-38g
4. Roll out each dough into an oval shape, the length is a little shorter than the width of the toast box,
5. The two colors of dough are stacked at intervals
6. Put the folded dough side into the toast box, make 2 rounds, preheat the oven to 100°F, turn it off, put a bowl of hot water in it, and let it out for an hour, about 6 minutes full
7. Oven at 350°F, cover the toast box and bake for 30 minutes
8. After demolding, let it cool down or completely cool before slicing