2 grams of butterfly bean flowers soaked in water
Whole Wheat Flour
|1 scoop (25 g)|
High sugar resistant yeast
How to make fluffy whole wheat buns for the first time with butterfly bean blossoms in soaking water
Infuse 2g of butterfly bean flower with 100ml of boiling water for 5-8 minutes. Dieffenbachia, also known as blue butterfly, is rich in vitamins A, C and E, which can improve immunity, help and promote skin elasticity and collagen. Generated, it is often used to make tea in Southeast Asian countries.
The butterfly bean flower contains natural anthocyanins, dried and brewed water, the water is blue, add lemon juice will turn purple, you can do food dye or mix cocktails with.
This color reminds me of the word “seductive”, haha, no reason for blind association. Add 2g of high sugar resistant yeast, mix well, let it stand for 3-5 minutes to activate.
Pour the above bowl of water into the bread bucket, add 200 grams of whole wheat flour, put 25 grams of honey, select program 8, an hour and a half.
After an hour and a half, take the bread out of the bowl and knead it for a while.
Size varies, to each his own, the smaller one has to be mine.
Ferment at room temperature for about 25 minutes, then steam in the fire.
Steam for 25 minutes, turn off the heat for 5 minutes and then uncover. I guess I was so excited to eat it that my hands shook.
I’m more than satisfied.