Monday, October 30, 2017

BROWN SUGAR PULL APART BREAD FROM SCRATCH RECIPE

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Made with dough balls from sweet bread coated with brown sugar and butter sauce.

After long gap, I have made this Brown Sugar Pull Apart Bread From Scratch  aka Monkey Bread from scratch,  you can find  my previous recipe here .

You can use bundt pan or loaf pan for baking this bread.  If you're not a sweet person, omit the sauce to add  cheese, garlic, bacon, jalapeno or  buffalo  chicken.

This time I choose different method to make it.  My Brown Sugar Pull Apart Bread From Scratch  eliminates a step of rolling the dough balls.  Is this save your time a bit?  Divide the sauce into 3,  first portion goes to the base of the pan.  Second one, pour over after layering  the balls and last one, spoon over the last layer of dough balls.

The dough was very sticky but did not add any additional flour and it yields a fluffy and soft bread indeed.

Brown Sugar Pull Apart Bread From Scratch @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

BROWN SUGAR PULL APART BREAD  FROM SCRATCH RECIPE
Servings  :  10

3 cup all purpose flour
2 1/4  tsp instant yeast
3  tablespoon sugar
80 g melted butter
1 1/4 cup warm milk
1/2  tsp salt

SAUCE
1/2  cup butter
3/4  cup brown sugar

For Sauce
Melt the butter in a saucepan  over low heat, add in brown sugar, whisk until  dissolved, Remove and cool.  If too thick add 1-2 tablespoon of milk.

METHOD

Place flour and salt in a mixing bowl.

Combine warm milk,  yeast and sugar in a small bowl.  .

Gradually add milk mixture to the dry ingredients, forms into soft dough by hand or mixer. Mix in butter.

Knead by hand on floured surface for 10 minutes until smooth or mixer for 5 minutes.

Transfer into greased and covered bowl, let rise until double for 1.5 hours.

Brown Sugar Pull Apart Bread From Scratch @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Combine melted butter and brown sugar.  Pour some of the mixture into the base of loaf pan.

Lightly grease bundt pan or  loaf pan, punch dough down.
Pinch dough and shape into 1/2  in or 1 in ball.  You will get about 35-40 balls from this dough..

Brown Sugar Pull Apart Bread From Scratch @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


Brown Sugar Pull Apart Bread From Scratch @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Place the balls in a  layer onto  loaf / bundt pan. Pour half of the sauce on top.  Place another layer of balls.  Spoon  remaining butter and brown sugar over balls. Let sit for 45 minutes. Towards the end of raising time, preheat oven @ 180 C,

Bake for  30-35  minutes. Let sit in a pan for 10 minutes, invert into a serving plate.

Let it cool slightly before serving.

Brown Sugar Pull Apart Bread From Scratch @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


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14 comments:

Amrita Roy said...

looks good

Amy (Savory Moments) said...

This looks like a delicious treat!

Julie said...

wow..looks perfect for a large party..yumm!

Ann said...

This looks so yummy and easy. I'll need to try out soon.

Shubhangi Kumbhar said...

Such a delicious treat. Tempting.

Kawsar said...

Nice and good

The Lazy Gastronome & Pleasures of the NW said...

This sounds delicious and looks so easy! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party!

shelley said...

Thanks so much for sharing at #Over the Moon. We look forward to seeing what you'll share with us next week.

Ruxana Gafoor said...

Lovely recipe!

Teresa B said...

Sounds wonderful, and pretty easy to make too. Thank you for sharing the recipe at The Really Crafty link Party. Pinned!

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VintageSouthernPicks said...

Oh my goodness, I see some bread my hubby and I would devour in a New York second! Nothing I like better than cinnamon rolls, and this is just like it. I can make bread with yeast. If it doesn't have yeast, forget it, it's a hockey puck, but this...can't wait to try it. Pinned.

Michelle Leslie said...

Oh my yummiliciousness that sounds divine. I would love to try making some. Should the brown sugar sauce still be hot when you pour it over the loaf?

Mary K.- The Boondocks Blog said...

That looks really yummy. And the whole pull apart aspect just adds to the deliciousness when you end up licking your fingers from all that goodness.