I have recently attended a cooking-demo class with Panasonic. It was not only inspiring, it was also extremely tempting. All because I got inspired to home make our daily bread which eventually convinced me to wana get a bread maker! You have no idea how much satisfaction and how much of a healthy eat you're getting from the home made.
A few recipes were shared over the session using the Panasonic bread maker SD - P104. I really love every piece of it, and if you have a bread maker, let me tease you with this interesting one. Muah Chee (Glutinous rice kueh)! I would think anyone would have known how to make interesting bread and buns out of their already existing bread maker. So am sharing this:
GLUTINOUS RICE KUEH (MUAH CHEE)250g Glutinous rice flour ---mix with--- 375ml Water
1 tbsp Shallot oil
60g Fine sugar
150g Ground peanut
150g Ground peanut
Some roasted sesame seed (blended)
(Mix above together only when ready to serve)
1. Place glutinous rice flour, water, and shallot oil in bread pan
2. Select mode no. 2, press start.
3. In last 10 minutes, stir dough with wooden chopstick.
4. Once ready, cut dough into bite size and coat with peanut mixture.
Note: Cooked in Panasonic bread maker SD-P104
Perhaps, it's been years since I tasted muah chee, the taste was soooo good! Homely and healthy. The cutting and coating of the dough with nuts didn't seem easy, a good tip is to coat your scissors with some oil to ease cutting.
The really best part about these was tasting them fresh and warm! What are the chances of getting warm bakes from the bakery? I hardly chance upon that.
Didn't really do an extensive research on bread makers, but Panasonic SD-P104 seems like a good investment. It's simple operated with crust colour control, comes with raisin/nuts dispenser and yeast dispenser that dispenses yeast at the proper time. You can whip up anything from bread to dough and to dessert.
Still in the state of cooling off before acting on the decision to buy a bread maker, I'm just concerned if I'll be committed to bake off our daily bread and at the same time, weighing the chance of it becoming a kitchen ornament.
Oh, so tempted...
Disclaimer: I was invited to attend a cooking demo class with Panasonic. No monetary compensation was given. All photos and opinions are solely mine.