Sunday, November 16, 2014

Porcupine and Spaghetti Montoes || 刺蝟及義大利麵饅頭

Photo:: Nikon D80+50mm+SB-600 | Original File Format: JPEG | 11/10/2014

刺蝟饅頭,是網路上蠻流行的饅頭造型,簡單易做,卻會讓家中小朋友相當開心,刺蝟是K寶喜愛的動物之一,有一次在Minnesota Zoo露天廣場上,zoo keepers牽著一隻大刺蝟介紹,刺蝟走來走去,偶爾吃吃zoo keepers準備的蔬菜水果點心,偶爾走進他的小屋子晃晃,所有小朋友及大人,都看得全神貫注,K寶更是開心無比...附食譜及作法(recipe included)...


饅頭蒸好後,要剛放學的K寶挑,她果然挑了刺蝟饅頭 :)...

Porcupine and Spaghetti Montoes (8~12 buns)
材料及作法(1 cup=1杯=250ml, 1/4 cup=60ml, 1/3 cup=80ml, 1 tbsp=1大匙=15ml, 1 tsp=1小匙=5ml, 1 lb=454g)

3 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour (30% white whole wheat blend)
1 cup cooked sweet potatoes + 1/4 cup water, pureed in a blender

3/4 cup + 2 tbsp~4 tbsp warm water
2 tbsp granulated sugar
1 tsp salt
1+1/2 tsp active dry yeast (*Not instant yeast/bread machine yeast)

Mix all the ingredients above from B and stir until all dissolves. With the ingredients from A in the mixing bowl, gradually pour in the B mixture. Mix with chopsticks until just combined. Turn out the dough on the counter top and knead until smooth. Shape it into a ball. Place the dough into a bowl and cover with a lid or plastic wrap, then put the bowl in a warm oven with a pan of hot water underneath for fermentation.

Fermentation & Shaping for Porcupine Montoes
Let the dough rise until double in size. Take the dough out. Knead the dough to smooth and tight again. Shape it into a ball. Flatten it a bit and divide it into 8~12 pieces like cutting a pie. Then shape each piece into a small ball. Mist them with some water. Rest for 15-20 minutes. Then flatten a ball and press it with your fingers to a triangle. Roll it up from one side to a cone. Smooth up the top and the bottom. Use a pairs of scissors to snip & form the spikes. Line each of the buns with parchment paper and place them in a steamer.

fill the 9" sauce pan one quarter full of warm water. Heat up the water until warm to the touch. Place the steamer on the pan. Proof the buns until their volume increase about 50%, about 30 minute

Turn on to high heat to heat up the water. Turn down to medium heat after seeing steam coming out of the steamer. Steam the buns for 15~20 minutes.
All burners vary. Adjust your cooking/steaming time accordingly.

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