Saturday, March 25, 2017

Creamed Corn Bread Loaf

corn bread

This is a wonderfully moist, soft and delicious bread and you can even eat it on its own - without any spread or butter.

250g bread flour
20g plain flour
15g milk powder
40g raw sugar
1/4 tsp (2g) sea salt
6g instant dried yeast

(B) Combine together:
80g cold water
80g creamed corn
15g condensed milk
30g beaten egg

35g butter

  • Grease a loaf pan (8x4x3 in / 20.5x10.5x7.5 cm). 
  • In a stand mixer fitted with a dough hook, combine all the ingredients (A) in a mixing bowl. 
  • Pour in the mixture (B) and knead until the dough is elastic and smooth and leaves the sides of the mixing bowl.  
  • Incorporate the (C) butter into the dough and continue to knead until it passed the window pane test (whereby the dough can be stretched into a paper-thin film without tearing and is translucent).
  • Divide the dough into 3 equal portions.  Flatten each portion of the dough and roll it up like swiss rolls and place them in the greased loaf pan . Cover with cling wrap and let it rise until it reaches 90% of the height of the pan.
  • Bake in a preheated oven of 180°C on the second lowest rack in the oven for about 45 - 50 minutes (tent the top loosely with foil once the bread is sufficiently brown).


  1. So soft and tender! Now all I need is some homemade strawberry jam for a great breakfast in bed :-))

    1. Angie you're in luck cause food wishes just released a video to make Strawberry Jam!

  2. Do you melt the butter 1st?

  3. Hi Veronica
    Would like to check with you "1 tsp (6g) instant dried yeast"
    is it a typo error as 1 tsp is abt 3g of instant dried yeast.

    1. Thanks Mel for pointing out my mistake. Yeah, 1 tsp of dried yeast is equivalent to 3.5g

  4. Hi Veronica

    Would like to confirm with you on the quantity of the yeast :
    "1 tsp (6g) instant dried yeast'' the weight of 1 tsp is approx. 3g
    should I use 1 tsp or 6g of instant dried yeast ?

    Hope to hear from you as I would like to give this recipe a try =)

    Thank you.


    1. Hi Mel, sorry for the late reply. I've corrected my error... I used 6g of instant dried yeast. If you are baking in hot and humid weather, maybe 5g will do. Let me know how yours turn out.


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