This layered bread known as the Thousand Layer Milk Toast was quite a sensation when it went viral in Melaka town.
We decided to make our own version of it and we loved it too! The thin bread layers within is soft, fluffy and milky, with a crispy exterior.
This Thousand Layer Milk Bread is made using the lamination method, similar to how you would croissants or danishes.
- Prepare the yeast leavened bread dough
- Enclose the fat layer
- Roll & fold the dough multiple times
- Shape and bake
For this recipe that we curated, we would like to highlight two of the key ingredients:
Clean Label Protein for Baking is added into the bread dough to enhance the texture of the bread. The bread will have a more delicate texture, with milky aftertaste. The addition of Clean Label Protein for Baking also helps enhance moisture, which extends the bread's shelf life.
Clean Label Protein for Baking, as its name suggest, it is a clean label ingredient, which means that it is made with simple, recognizable ingredients. There's no additives or leavening in this product. It is a natural soy protein that can be added to bread or pastry dough to improve its texture, moisture, and shelf life.
For the fat layer, we have opted to use Adeka Sweet Milk Sheet which is a low trans-fat margarine sheet that contains sugar. It has a rich milk flavour with balanced sweetness, making it ideal to use in danish, bread, danish loaf, and sweet milk rolls.
The process of folding and turning of the dough with the Adeka Sweet Milk Sheet block is important because it laminates the dough, forming alternating fat and dough layers.
It is the lamination that creates the many thin layers.
The dough is then cut up into squares and placed into a 250g square-shaped bread tin. Before baking, we slide on the lid.
And voila! That's how you make the Thousand Layer Milk Bread!
The milk bread layers are super soft, airy, moist, with a slightly sweet aftertaste. The thin layers can be peeled to enjoy, layer by layer.
Its crispy texture and light, almost buttery flavor will have you craving for more. It's no wonder this layered milk bread became a hot bread trend.
Our versatile Adeka Sweet Milk Sheet block can be used in a variety of recipes, and makes a good substitute for butter if you're looking to bake bread with a hint of sweetness.
If you are looking for a way to improve the quality of your bread, you may want to try Clean Label Protein for Baking. It is a simple and effective way to make your bread more delicious.
Contact us HERE if you wish to find out how you can incorporate our products into your recipes and we'd be glad to help!