Sunday, September 20, 2015

HOW TO MAKE RAISIN BREAD

Raisin Bread Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


Am so addicted to bread baking as you can see from my bread recipes collection I have posted.

Love to try out a new bread recipe or improvise  my old recipes by adding different fillings in the bread every time I bake them.

You can also check the following bread recipes that have been successfully tried  by my readers:
Spiral Apple Bread
Apple Kolaches
Homemade Bun

This week I make Raisin Bread for my family.  From what left on the plate, I know they liked it so much.

Baked this Raisin Bread in the afternoon so that they can enjoy with their cuppa.  The bread has incredibly soft crusty exterior and well sweetened with raisin.   By using water from soaked raisin, it has natural beautiful color.  My family eaten them as it is without slathering anything on top.

We can't wait for the bread to cool, my son is pestering me to cut it up.  Without wasting more time, I take this opportunity to shoot the photos before it was gone!

Raisin Bread Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

HOW TO MAKE RAISIN BREAD
Yield :  1 loaf

2 cup all purpose flour
1.5 tsp instant yeast
1 tablespoon milk powder
2 tablespoon sugar
1/2 cup hot water
50 g melted butter
1 egg lightly beaten (keep some egg yolk for topping)
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup raisin

DIRECTIONS

Soak raisin in hot water for 1 hour. Drain and retain the liquid.

In a mixing bowl whisk together flour, sugar,  milk powder, yeast and salt

Combine melted butter, water and egg.

Pour water mixture into dry ingredients.



Transfer dough onto floured surface and knead by hand for 10  minutes or using a mixer or bread machine until smooth and elastic.  Add  1-2 tablespoon of flour if it is too sticky.

Place the kneaded dough into a greased bowl, cover and let rise until double  1.5 to 2 hours.

Raisin Bread Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


Punch dough down, roll into rectangle, sprinkle soaked raisin over the dough. Roll up tightly and forms into a log, tucking the ends as you roll..

Place dough into a loaf pan and let rise again for 1-1.5  hours.  Towards the end of rising time, preheat oven at 190 C.

Brush top evenly with egg wash (egg yolk + 1 tablespoon milk) and bake until golden brown for 25-30  minutes.

After 5 minutes remove bread from the pan, transfer onto rack to cool.

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Raisin Bread Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

Raisin Bread Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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23 comments:

Rafeeda AR said...

That is perfect with a cup of tea!

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

Your raisin bread looks so good! I bet your family did love it! I love how the raisins are spread evenly throughout. Pefect.

Cathleen said...

I love the look of this bread!! Why have I never made raisin bread before??

Beena said...

Tempting bread . PASS me a piece dear

Julie said...

delicious bread

Medeja- CranberryJam said...

I would not be able to resist and would start having this bread while warm :D

Winnie said...

It's a wonderful bread! Very popular here, and no wonder :)
Smells and tastes great

Katerina said...

I love raisin bread and we eat it a lot in Greece!

Jess said...

This sounds so amazing!

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Rakhee said...

Hey. Can I use a combination of whole wheat and APF for this recipe? If yes, would i have to change the amount of the yeast used? TIA

Unknown said...

You've just reminded me how much I love raisin breads like this. This looks amazing - love it!

Theresa @ Shoestring Elegance said...

Great Recipe! I've pinned to the Party Board, as well as, my own Recipes to try board! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful recipe with us @ the What to do Weekends Party!
Happy Friday!
Theresa @ Shoestring Elegance
http://shoestringelagance.blogspot.com/

Jennifer@MyFlagstaffHome said...

I love how rolling this up evenly distributes the raisins! I just love what you did with this bench! Thanks for sharing at the Weekend Blog Hop at My Flagstaff Home!

Jennifer

gigi said...

That looks great! And I found the best raisins where I live. I think I'm gonna have to try this. I'll be kneading by hand, because,...sigh,...I don't have a mixer. Thank you for the step by steps!

Eclectic Red Barn said...

I love raisin bread but have never made it. This looks easy. Pinning for later.
Thanks for sharing at Wake Up Wednesday,
Bev

Arti said...

Ummmm... delicious! The raisins not only add a unique colour and flavour but up the health quotient too!!

Jennifer@MyFlagstaffHome said...

Congratulations! This post will be featured at the Weekend Blog Hop at My Flagstaff Home this week!

Jennifer

Indrani said...

You make it sound so simple.
Great one shared. Thank you!

MarilynsTreats said...

Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe at the #RecipeSharingParty! I hope to see you next week. Pinned and Yummed. Please visit #OverTheMoon on Sunday or #ThursdayFavoriteThings for more sharing fun! Don't forget to Comment your link #'s so I can be sure to visit and you get a chance to be featured!

Audrey said...

I am craving some now! But it is 95 degrees outside so I think I will wait, don't want to heat the house.

Ellen Hawley said...

Funny I should find this today on A Gathering of Friends. I was just thinking about adapting a bread I often make to raisin bread and wondering about the amounts of sugar and whether or not to add egg. Thanks.

Sylvia Graceforagypsy.com said...

My hubby loves raisin bread. I can't wait to try this one! Thanks for linking up with us at the
GATHERING OF FRIENDS LINK PARTY 11

Ann said...

Sounds easy and delicious!
Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's