Food: chinese bread with dry pork floss 肉松面包


I know I should be reviewing ppt for my defense, but I HATE studying before an exam, so why don’t we talk about something else?

I asked my mom what she wants for breakfast? She said 肉松面包. That is chinese style bread topped with dry pork floss. So I made it for her 😉 I love love cooking for my mom!!! 😆

To made the bread:

  • 150g milk
  • 25g sugar
  • 30g butter
  • 1 egg
  • 270g flour
  • 30g vital gluten
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp yeast

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once the dough is ready, separate the dough in 8 portions

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roll it as to make a hot dog

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let it rise again (~60 min) in a warm place.

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brush with beaten egg

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bake at 360F for 16-18 min

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cut in half and brush with 1 tbsp of mayonnaise

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and top with dry pork floss

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My mom had two for breakfast this morning and LOVES IT!!! “it’s just like what I buy from 85C (a famous bakery in shanghai)!” 😀

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6 Comments

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6 responses to “Food: chinese bread with dry pork floss 肉松面包

  1. Wow–that looks so delicious! Love the golden shine on top.

  2. mayo goes with everything!

  3. Awsome buns, but what is pork floss???

  4. I used to love pork floss. I used to buy the chicken floss a lot! I loved the salt. I wish they had tofu floss.

  5. Ooh I LOVE this bread! Did you have some too? Or do you now like pork floss? :-0

  6. First of all I have NO idea what dry pork floss is and secondly that bread looks OUT OF THIS WORLD! You can come and be my personal baker. haha

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