Be inspired by ♥ Tangzhong Bread

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Recipe For Tangzhong Bread — 26 Comments

  1. I’m so intrigued by this bread, Tandy, wow. Your results were amazing. I’ll have to give this a try 🙂

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    • hopefully on the fire so that you can share that experience with us!

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  2. Kudos Tandy! I haven’t hear of this bread before either. I’m not much for sweet bread but you did a brilliant job – beautiful end result.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • thanks Mandy – I love all types of breads which is not so good for my waist line 🙂

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  3. Okay, I think by now everyone knows I am not a bread person lol.. BUT you guys are definitely inspiring me to make my own loaf of bread. I may not eat it but I think everyone should learn how to play with dough :). Great recipe

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    • playing with dough is so rewarding 🙂

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  4. Beautiful Bread. I bet today you are out looking for a dough hook and blender after this experience. Whew a warm one! BAM

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    • Seems I gave the impression I did the kneading by hand – sorry 🙂 I have a stand mixer thankfully!

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  5. Wow, Tandy, despite your difficulties, this looks wonderful!! I would have never guessed anything less than perfect when I first looked at your photo!

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    • thank you so much for the compliment 🙂

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  6. Hi Tandy!
    It looks yummy 🙂

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    • thank you!

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  7. I am in complete awe that you made this without a mixer with a dough hook! I should think you burned off a whole loaf of calories before you made it!

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    • Hi Sally, I did use my stand mixer, sorry if I gave the impression I didn’t. The onlly thing I did by hand was make the Tangzhong and that took all the stirring 🙂

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  8. Looks really scrumptious, Tandy. Love the shape too. I could just tear off a goodly sized piece right now. 😉

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    • Dave has been tearing off pieces at random the entire weekend 🙂

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  9. YummmY

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    • thanks Paul 🙂

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  10. This is new to me too. Looks beautiful!

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    • thank you Greg 🙂

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  11. This made me laugh sincerely. We live on the sea coast and normaly we face the opposite challenge – things we cook get more water instead of loosing it 🙂
    There is no need to buy a loaf tin, the cake form works fine.
    By the way I’m so jealous about the hot weather there, its minus 10 – minus 15Celsius here and I long for the summer heat.

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    • That is really cold Sylvia – we live in such a moderate climate. It barely gets below 10degC here 🙂

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  12. Wow – a challenge indeed. Had never heard of this either but it looks great. What did it taste like?

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    • it is actually quite sweet – and lasted the entire week. Last night we used the last of it to mop up the gravy from our roast chicken pieces 🙂

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      • Gorgeous then!

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        • for sure!

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