The name is 'Roti Naik Pahang'. It may sound a little peculiar, but the taste is far from it. This is indeed a good and tasty bread! The dough is a little sticky though. For those who do not own or use a BM like me, this may be a little tricky to handle. But that is the beauty and fun of bread making...always challenging.
When I think of bread, I will somewhat instantaneously refer to MamaFaMi's blog. Therefore, the recipe for Roti Naik Pahang, I got it from her blog. Thank you very much MamFaMi for sharing all these lovely recipes! I have been reading her blog (oh..she was in Fotopage before) since she was still in Malawi (I think!!). There are still lots of other bread recipes that I wish to try.
The top picture, I brushed butter on the already baked bread and sprinkled coarse sugar. For the one here, I left out the sugar. Either way, it is still yummy.
Here's the wonderful recipe....
2 tblsp condensed milk
Water (combine egg, condensed milk and water to make 300ml)
3/4 cup sugar
1 tblsp milk powder
2 tsp instant dried yeast
2 tblsp margarine
1 tsp shortening
Topping: A bit of margarine and coarse sugar.
Mix flour, milk powder, sugar and yeast in a mixing bowl. Add egg, condensed milk and water and knead to form a smooth, elastic dough. Finally, add the margarine and shortening, and knead further. Leave aside to let dough rise for about 45min to an hour. Punch dough in and roll into small balls and arrange in baking tin. Leave to rest for another 30min. Bake in preheated oven at 180C for about 20-30min, depending on oven used. Once done, brush butter or margarine on bread and sprinkle coarse sugar.