Friday, 15 October 2010

Japan #2 and Mo-pan #1 !!!

みなさん、こんにちは!
Minasan, kon'nichiwa!
"Hello everyone!"

This will be short post and not about deco sweets :D It will be about bread!
I've made bread before but because currently I'm in the middle of watching "Yakitake Japan!" anime series, I'm kinda more into bread making than before. So recently I got some really nice fresh yeast and I was planning to make some bread. I've got this recipe from one of my bosses and I must say that it's the easiest bread recipe ever and I think the healthiest :) The only ingredients in it are flour, yeast, salt and water. That's it! And here is my bread made with fresh yeast:
This is actually my first bread I made with just white flour. I know it sounds weird, but before I've been using only wholemeal or mixed type of flour just to have healthier bread :D And I've never used fresh yeast only dried ones, so I'm kind of proud of myself ^__^

But this bread is not the reason of my post.
It's Japan #2 !
^__^'

You're probably thinking now: "What the f.. is she talking about?" Well thanks to Tiff I've started watching "Yakitake Japan!" series and they had a recipe for a bread made in rice maker. Well it may sound normal for some of you, but for me a foreign person in UK, it is the most random thing I've ever heard! Even my Thai friend was sceptic, when I told her that I'm planning to make a bread in rice cooker. Well, here it is:
Surprisingly it worked! I've never done it before so I'm really glad it came out like this :D .And it tasted like real bread! Although I think I prefer my bread more! :D

If you'd like to make Japan #2 here is video on how to make it:
video
So have fun everyone making Japan #2 !
And thanks for looking! :)


また、明日!
Mata ashita! (^_^)'
 "See you tomorrow!"

4 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! How fun. :) I used to read Yakitate Japan, and I've always wanted to make the bread. I'm just too impatient to wait for the yeast to rise, haha. Hmm, although, freshly baked bread does have its appeal. I may attempt this in the near future.

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  2. Oh, man, I tried to type your website into the search bar, but i did .com rather than .net, and I stumbled upon some uh, rather, inappropriate material. (.__.)

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  3. Good job ^^
    I tried making bread like a month ago for the first time (you can check my post about it ;) ) I use a regular oven and I don't have to knead. Super easy ^^ (I have to check out Yakitate Japan too now! :D)

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  4. Rin:
    Oh my god! That is so wierd! And funny! :D Maybe this explains whay I've already had over 2000 page views! ^o^
    And bread making is not that difficult as people think! :D Try it :)

    Riechan:
    Thank you! I migh gonna try your recipe because kneading is just too much work for me :P

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