The tuna and seaweed fried rice I made last time was spit out by my friends and said that it was like cat rice. I have always expressed no pressure on people who have been coveted by canned cats, so this time I made "cat rice" directly into bread! I like the salty taste of tuna and seaweed, which always reminds me of the wind on the beach. The bread you make yourself can be stuffed as you like, and in one bite, the hearty filling is full of mouth, full of happiness! and! This bread can also be shared with the cats in your family, family fun, enjoy the world, how harmonious and happy!
|Canned tuna meat||80g|
Heat the milk until it is warm (not hot), put in the yeast and stir to melt and set aside.
Mix all bread ingredients except butter until smooth. Add the softened butter and knead to the expansion stage. The whole egg liquid is left to brush the face.
Ferment at room temperature for 40 minutes. Remove the exhaust, divide into four parts, knead round, proof for 15 minutes.
Filling: 4g seaweed minced and mixed with tuna. The remaining 1g of seaweed is used to decorate the surface.
Take out a portion of the dough, roll it with a rolling pin, round it, take 1/4 fillings in the middle, wrap it, and close it down. If it is elongated, roll the dough into a rectangle, spread the filling flat, roll it up again, and close it down.
Put a bowl of boiling water in the oven, put the bread in and finally ferment for 30-40 minutes. Take out the whole egg brush and paste it with seaweed decoration. I can use my imagination to make some patterns. I feel that my three-bar leader is a little more serious. The other one was said to be like Rune, Khan.
Preheat the oven at 180 degrees, put it in and bake for 20 minutes, the surface color is OK.