japanese cream cheese bun recipe

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Just makes me question could we used dried fruit or strawberry jam to add to cream pan or is that no no? X( BUT! Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F. Spray a 9-inch round cake pan with cooking spray and line the bottom with parchment. I use just regular white bread flour made with processed/bleached wheat. Thanks for the lovely recipe. If you go, you have to try their strawberry croissants too. P.S. Definitely the most I’ve had to do for bread in awhile, but still worth it. I’m so excited when finding your recipe online! Fill the buns with soften cream cheese. Let me know how it turns out… good luck! Not only used it to make cream pan, but also mocha cream bread. 1. 3. Use a small spoon to put a portion of chilled custard into the depression. Why don’t you try it? I made this recipe at least 5 times and it worked wonderfully and everyone absolutely goes crazy over it! You will only end up using half of this mixture – store the other half in the refrigerator (covered) for up to 3 days. This recipe sounds super delicious. Used all purpose flour and instant dry yeast since I had only these available yet the buns were really soft. Thanks for your recipe. Just keep an eye on it while baking, because if liquid-like fillings get too hot, there is a tendency for the filling to explode out of the bun. Thank you! I’ve made this two days in a row! To make overnight cinnamon rolls, after shaping and cutting the rolls, pop them in the pan and wrap well with plastic wrap. Thanks very much for the recipe, the bread is just perfect. I can’t wait to try it again! 2. You can try it more for softer or fluffier breads. This was delicious, thank you very much for the wonderfull recipe. My favorite is the strawberry anko cream. However, my mom (without fail) would always take the wrong ramp, and get us on the wrong freeway at the last minute. I’m very happy I chose it. Hi Claudia! Thanks for your comment! I would be more cautious with the lower protein flours (like White Lily or Cake flour – while amazing in pastries and cakes… not so good to produce bread!). Then, I turn on the heat and begin whisking (constantly). Hi! What is wrong? I can’t wait to try these, as I LOVE Japanese food! This was much less awkward, and about 1000 times easier (especially with a rather soft filling like this custard)! Place a 3 1/2-inch-wide strip of parchment around the inside of the pan so that it comes up about 1 inch higher than the edge; set aside. No, don’t make this without the tangzhong… it won’t turn out as fluffy and the texture will be off. In step 1, I explain how to make the tang zhong…. i used a whisk and it ended all up in the whisk and i had to redo it because i could not get it out of the whisk. I almost fooled my daddy into believing that these were store bought. As soon as the white streaks disappear from the batter, pour it into the prepared pan. All rights reserved. The difference between bread flour and all purpose flour shouldn’t be that much in terms of stickiness – but as bread flour will allow you to develop more gluten (because it is higher in protein), it WILL be harder to knead by hand. ありがとうございました!. It is really a problem Can you help me to resolve the issue? Am I the only one who goes nuts over Cream Pan? By the way, I think I’ve read one of your readers’ comments before asking about how to half the tangzhong? Unfortunately, I do not typically weigh the flour – so I can’t give you an ounce or gram weight for the flour. i want to ask would this work if its steamed? Use a low moisture part skim mozzarella. You definitely want to knead it a good amount… I would say at least 10-15 minutes. In retrospect, I think I’d want to mix the pan ingredients more conventionally; I did it by hand, and the ‘throw-them-all-in-together” style for a bread maker works fine, but I kept seeing little yeast crystals throughout the process. If yes, for how long? Personally, i think the ones at 85c are better than the ones at Cream Pan in Tustin. Yes, you can knead the dough by hand, then allow to rise, then punch down and allow a 2nd rise. Brush the inside of a large bowl with butter. thanks again! At that point, stretch a small piece of the dough as thin as possible… if you get a “windowpane” effect (really thin area that you can see light through) then you can probably stop and then leave the dough to rest and rise. I just tried it and everything turned out great! I’ve actually been baking this recipe and just the bread on its own (as well as the coconut version) for four months now and it’s perfect every time! Hmm I try you bun in later date if there was way incorporate dried strawberries into custard is that after or during cooking process? Add about 1/3 of the warm milk mixture to the paste, and whisk constantly. Well, I can say am pleased with myself since its my 1st attempt ever at baking bread. does it matter? Hi Brittany! The Milk Bread will be tried out tomorrow. I feel so proud for making it. On top of those ingredients, add the bread flour. And now I can actually make it myself! sucks!). capacity. If you get batter stuck inside your whisk, just take a butter knife and pull it out. http://www.bobsredmill.com/gluten-free-all-purpose-baking-flour.html, Just amazing. What brand of bread flour do you use? However, there was one recipe that called for using the dough of the Japanese milk bread to make these buns. [...] I found this recipe on Mika’s excellent blog – The 350 degree oven. Hi Mika! If the filling burst out through the wall of the dough… I would guess that a lot of steam was created internally which compromised the integrity of the wall – so maybe the dough was rolled too thin, or maybe the oven is too hot (try cooling the filling or freezing the filling before baking)? Add the vanilla bean paste (or vanilla extract, or scraped vanilla bean guts), then slowly heat the saucepan over medium low heat (whisking constantly). Hope you like it! I was a little bit worried about making the bread…. Luckily I managed to activate some yeast mid-way through the dough rising and mix it in quick and then it rose much better. Do you think this idea could work? Please, visit Creme Pan in Tustin, and try the strawberry croissant there. It’s a cooked custard to begin with, so you don’t need to cook it a second time. THANK YOU, GENIUS WOMAN! Beat the egg yolk with a whisk, and add the flour, cornstarch, salt, and sugar. Hope this helps! I am just wondering whether there is another way of making these without using the bread maker? ”Left, mom, stay on the left! Overnight cinnamon rolls. When I first came to Italy I have to admit I really missed Cheese Buns and Bagels. You can use AP flour instead of bread flour – but it does change the protein content of the flour a bit, and you might not develop as much gluten. I tried my hand at this recipe and know I have to practice more, but it turned out pretty good! I’m so mad I didn’t find this recipe before I went gluten-free last month! not the right!!! Like a Japanese/Chinese one? Anyways, I don’t have a bread machine or Kitchenaid, just going to try it by hand. (I halved the recipe because I’m not suppose to eat bread…hehe) Thanks! See more ideas about recipies, souffle pancakes, chocolate butter. The key is to use room temp cream cheese so you don’t get any cream cheese lumps. Will be trying these out really soon! Refrigerate the custard cream until cold and thick in a covered container for several hours. I don’t have one, and it will be a bit hard to go and buy one just for the purpose of making this recipe. You could probably keep these up to 5 days, stored in the refrigerator. I trust the Zojirushi brand – and it is super easy to use and clean. Yes I have the Zojirushi. In a small saucepan, gently heat the bread flour + water, while slowly whisking. Hi Robin, If you take a look above, I have a recipe for tangzhong just underneath the recipe for the dough. That’s why I started just making bread and buns myself at home. Hmm the only breadflour I found here are those with different kinds of wheats and it had seeds in them, at first I sifted the flour but the smaller seeds still found their way into the dough. In the baking pan, combine the bread flour, cake flour, butter, sugar, non-fat dry milk powder, salt, beaten egg, and water. Whole grains or whole grain flour are another animal, and behave much differently (they tend to be much more dry) when making dough – so that could have been the issue. Add the second 1/3 of the warm milk, and whisk until combined. The milk bread dough essentially makes use of a water roux or a kind of a ‘dough starter’ called as the ‘Tangzhong’ which gives the bread its soft texture (ultra soft actually) and also keeps it fresh for longer. I’m attempting to make these for the first time and I have run into a snag. In a bread machine pan, add the tangzhong, butter, sugar, salt, and egg beaten with the milk. Hi Rebekah! THANK YOU! If you are using a bread machine to make the dough – then no, you don’t have to melt it. If no windowpane, you want to continue kneading a bit longer… maybe another 5-10 minutes. The bread is fluffy, even with the APflour! sift flour and remainging sugar into bowl, rub in butter until mixture resembles fine … Thank you Mika. It all depends on the protein content of your flour, and the environmental conditions on the day (and location) you are making it. I think the recipe should probably still work with instant yeast. Mozzarella Cheese. You really should! I’m always happy to hear when my recipes work out for people. I did follow the recipe to the letter but I think it was actually just me. Did you use gluten-free AP flour? Thanks for your kind words, and Happy Thanksgiving to you too! Nooooo…. These buns will be our tomorrow’s breakfast. You’re welcome! I think I overstuffed the cream pan and some of the cream oozed out. Hi Ms. Mika, I’ve been making your KK donut copycat for a while now, and I wanted to give it a little twist, so I read this recipe and had an idea if I could use the cream for filling in the KK copycats, and then fry it. You can microwave the refrigerated cream pan for 15 seconds (up to 30 seconds maybe) to take the chill out before eating. Have a nice day. If you are mixing by hand, I would bring it up to room temperature first. Hi.. I think for taste buds it went rather well I used whole milk and custard came out rather well without any strange egg issues. Can I substitute active dry yeast with instant yeast? Did I roll them out too thin in some parts of the dough? You make it, you don’t buy it. You can use all sorts of fillings… sweet red bean paste, sweet mung bean paste, sweet mashed taro… jam, peanut butter, chocolate chips… whatever you like! Sounds like an interesting variation! Thanks for this recipe! I tried the recipe today. I have tried adding tangzhong before with no substitutions and it seems to work ok in everything I have tried… but I probably wouldn’t add it to something that’s more like a European style bread with a crusty outside. vanilla bean paste (or vanilla extract, or seeds scraped out of 1 vanilla bean pod). Also the texture of the custard after being cooked and thickened is like pudding thickness? Vegetable steamed buns. I just make the custard and plan to make the bread tomorrow. However, the dough was a little wet so I’m not sure if I got the measurements correct as I used a conversion ratio from the book healthy bread in 5 mins a day. “tsp.” is the standard abbreviation for “teaspoon”. I normally use 1% milk because that’s what I have in the refrigerator. 7. Hokkaido Milk Buns. I’m glad I could help. They look absolutely kickass and anyone who bites into one won’t stop complimenting you. Soak each bun with the garlic-butter mixture that we made earlier. The Australian cook said she couldn’t believe how ‘soft and delicious’ the tasty snacks turned out, leaving many ready to take on the recipe … I at least can try right? It was very soft and yummy when its warm but this morning outside is a little hard but soft inside. Not that it should take 1 -1.5 hours to get there… anyone else could make it there in 30 minutes. And I don’t even have a bread machine… I used to knead by hand and tell my husband that it was kneaded with love :p but now i’m lazy and just use the dough hook on my mixer. Maybe I didn’t cook the custard long enough before chill. 8. Hi! 10. (rounded) Warm … They keep asking to make more! Add the remaining 1/2 cup of milk to the cooked milk/flour mixture and whisk energetically. hi, for the cream pan dough, is it okay to use all purpose instead of bread flour? Using a cookie scoop, portion out 16 balls of chilled custard cream. My bread machine has only a 1-lb capacity. They stayed flat when they came out of the oven. (Only she tried them cause I started it too late and everybody else is in bed now…. Expensive I know. I appreciate how easy you have made the recipes to follow. I’ve tried it steamed… and I didn’t think the dough worked as well being steamed. Hopefully I can try it one day. I’ve used higher protein AP flour (like King Arthur) before and it does work… but if you can use bread flour, it rarely fails. They have become a school holiday request in our house and I have to make at least one batch every holidays. Thank you! Slowly add the granulated sugar and continue beating on medium speed until stiff peaks form, about 2 minutes longer. I am proofing the dough right now. I’ve never had any problems with this. So I would recommend cutting the recipe in half. I’m glad you liked it! This is the first time I’ve made cream pan and my family loved them…the 4 of us ate 10 of them in one sitting. I usually just add both the bread flour and water to the cold saucepan all at once. do you think i can make these, and add the melon pan cookie top on it?? 2. Pinch the edges upwards to seal and place seam side down on a silicone lined cookie sheet. What other things can be used instead of custard? Nevertheless, my japanese wife is very impressed. I usually use a whisk, and never use a hand mixer. It's OK if … It cooks very fast, and turns into a smooth paste. That’s great! Nonstick cooking spray, for spraying the pan. If the seams burst, then I would moisten the seams with a bit of water and pinch several times, bake seam side down to ensure a tight seal. It’s not that hard to make the tangzhong… it takes me about 90 seconds to make. (It’s just flour mixed with water and heated to a paste!). I decided to use white flour since I read one of your readers use it with success and that is what I have on hand. It’s just a mixture of flour + water that you heat on the stove top while whisking. You kind of have to play it by ear. Gently fold the egg white mixture into the yolk mixture in 3 batches, making sure not to overmix (you want the whites to stay as fluffy as possible). Thank you very much for this recipe. If I wanted to use tangzhong in other recipes for japanese breads that do not list it as an ingredient, should I reduce some of the flour or moist ingredients called for? Thank you for the recipe it looks simple! Refrigerating the dough overnight before shaping the rolls, makes the dough extra easy to work with. I’ve already made the dough and just finished up the custard… Will the dough keep until the custard is cooled? Hi there! How do you store the pans? Resist the urge to add too much flour, because it will make your end product dry – maybe oil your hands instead. or even longer? So why leave it out? Hi Mika!^^ Ive been using your recipes to bake buns for family n friends and they al love it! Natasha, Funny you should mention chocolate cornets… I’ve been thinking of attempting those soon! 6. So excited that my friend linked me here. It takes a bit of effort but the Custard Buns are insanely good. Would be grateful if you can provide the recipe using metric weight. Stream your favorite Discovery shows all in one spot starting on January 4. I was wondering how you would recommend storing these delicious buns (If there are even any are left to store) and for how long? Friends finished 2 dozen in less than 48 hours! As a child, I died for these buns. I absolutely LOVE custard pan, I buy all that I can find at the Mitsuwa’s in Costa Mesa. Instead, this time, I lined a small custard cup with the flattened dough circle – put the filling in the depression, and pinched up the dough on the sides. Look forward to see ur recipe for that croissant )). Normally, I don’t make this dough by hand – because yes, it is a sticky dough. Whisk together the vanilla, egg yolks and lemon juice in a large bowl until smooth. And your directions are nice and easy to follow, I liked that. So glad I could help! So simple! I think you can do either. Yes, it’s best to always preheat the oven unless specifically instructed not to! I used to just hold the dough in my hand, put a ball of filling on top, and attempt to awkwardly wrap the dough around the filling and pinch it upwards. I’ve made these a couple of times now and they are always perfect. (Wrap in plastic.) In such way, I am able to successfully make Japanese cream pan!! Ended up just covering them on the counter while the first batch baked. I just wonder, can I change the recipe from bake to steam with the same recipe? I was worried I had ruined it! Carefully invert the cake onto your dominant hand (right onto your palm--this is the most gentle way to handle it), then invert it back onto a cake stand or plate so that the top is facing up. Hello! Dust with some potato flakes and pipe out more cream cheese onto the middle of the bun before baking it in a preheated oven at 180C for 25 minutes. Stumbled across this recipe today and decided to make them since I had all the ingredients on hand. Bake for 30 minutes, then reduce the oven to 250 degrees F and continue baking until the cake is doubled in size, golden brown on top and around the edges and jiggly in the center but set, about 1 hour and 15 minutes. BTW, do you store the custard bread outside or refrigerate? Add to Shopping List Get Recipe I just finished making a batch of cream pan and they came out terrific. Thanks! HOLY MOLY These are so amazinggggg I ate one fresh out of the oven and oh ma lord they are delicious!!! Also, can I substitute all the bread flour this recipe calls for with all purpose flour? The only change I made was making the custard first, cause it says to let it set a few hours. Thanks for the recipe. is there a formula? Place the cake pan inside of a larger pan and pour enough hot water into the larger pan so that it comes 1 inch up the sides of the cake pan. hi, i’ve tried this 2x now 1st with all purpose flour then with bread flour. Thank you for the recipe. Which bread machine do you have? Flatten each piece of dough with the palm of your hand and place in a small custard cup. You would probably use the same amount of yeast. thank you so much! My children live it too. And can I mention that it smells FANTASTIC Thanks for the great recipe!! thanks. But overall, you shouldn’t notice a huge difference – although the dough might not rise quite as much or have the same exact texture as if you used bread flour. METHOD: Mix Sponge Dough ingredients and lightly knead to form a dough. I normally get these at 85c in Irvine, but want to try to make them myself! Because I use a bread machine to mix the dough, I don’t proof the yeast at all. Heat the cream cheese, milk and butter in a small saucepan over medium heat, whisking occasionally, until smooth. (not tablespoon). Whisk in the flour and cornstarch until combined; set aside. Hi Ngai! If you store the custard longer before baking, it does reduce the shelf life of the buns… it is an egg based custard, so you need to be careful watching for signs of spoilage. Make a depression in the center of the bread flour, and add the yeast. (Though usually my cooking is atrocious so I dunno if this is a good idea) but still! Albertson’s has their own brand of bread flour, and that’s what I buy because it’s a little bit cheaper. I am going to ask Nicole Hunn for help in adapting your other Japanese breads to gluten free, if that is all right with you. I like how the custard came out, but I don’t know what else can be placed in the middle. You could try making it with GF flour…. They turned out AMAZING and so so tasty. Did the seams burst, or did the filling burst out through the wall of the dough? THANK YOU! Thanks for the recipe! I really appreciate your explicit written demonstration of making the custard cream buns. When you chill it (overnight is best) – it should get even stiffer – but it won’t be thick enough that you can handle it with your fingers (you will need to scoop it with a spoon or cookie scoop). Hi there! Ive been looking for a good recipe for cream pan, thanks for posting it. That’s the only trouble I had. Once cooled, this thick paste serves as a dough conditioner that gives Asian breads that soft fluffy quality. Philadelphia Roll Recipe hello, I’ve recently found your website and I have just a quick question about making the dough. ARIGATO GOZAIIMASU! I will be spending hours exploring your site over the next few days. Because the custard contains eggs and milk, you want to refrigerate it even after baking. I grew up in Japan and I cannot find anything over here in the states that comes close to this and their curry buns!!! My bread machine will allow for a 2 lb. In a small pot, stir together milk, water and flour until lump -free. Hi there. Make the milk bread. I’ve made melon pan and chocolate cornets, but now I’m in the process of making your cream pan! I kinda messed up a few because I made the dough too thin before I put the custard in and it came out a little, but the taste was there! Hi there! It holds it’s shape easier when cold, so it is easier to stuff the dough with the custard when chilled. Just one question: can I freeze the buns after they are baked? Thank you! Yes, you can use AP flour. Glad it worked out for you in the end! I will definitely make these again. I’ve been expanding my baking and tried this recipe and absolutely loved it, along with the step by step instructions. You can two small bananas to the custard for more flavor or chocolate. May I know how many of these buns does this recipe make? I made this tonight. Can you get a set of volumetric cups? I only had 3 that burst slightly, but for being my first time, definitely not bad. For other bread recipes, I usually just add 1/2 cup of tang zhong to the recipe with no other changes. Punch down, and allow to rise another 30 minutes.). I will definitely make these again! I made this today and it was the most successful batch of soft buns that I have made. If you are interested in making a steamed version, you could try using the dough in my Liu Sa Bao recipe instead… that’s more of a steamed bun dough, and will turn out much better. About; Membership. The unbaked buns should be ok in the refrigerator – just cover with plastic wrap to prevent drying out, and allow them to come to room temperature for about 30 minutes before baking. Let the cake cool for 10 minutes. After a second attempt at it the custard turned out great as did the cream pan as a whole… loved it thanks so much for the recipe. 3 days? 80 gram Fresh Cream (chilled) / Non Dairy Whipping Cream 1 Large Egg 40 gram Butter. Tasty extras include sesame seeds, sliced cucumber, sliced chives or scallions, and of course some Sriracha and soy sauce for dipping. Beat the egg whites, cream of tartar and 1/2 teaspoon salt in a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium speed until soft peaks form, about 2 minutes. Like you said, it is better to make our own bread than buying at the store. Hi Mika! Do I have to go to a specific Asain market? But in the last 10 years I have loved making yeast breads, and both Bagels and Cheese Buns have found a place on our Dinner table.. Pour the cooled milk mixture into the yolk mixture and whisk until smooth and combined. And all of them formed together while baking, so when i had to pull them apart I only had three that hadn’t sprung a leak. I think I am going to fall in love… <3, oops, nvmd about my question for the bread machine, just saw your other recipe and see that it was the zojirushi, Lol! Thanks for the feedback. Let me know! !”  She never listened to me… and ALWAYS got on the 110… then we’d end up lost among the one-way streets, and somehow *I* was the one who needed to navigate us back to 1st Street and San Pedro. I’m sure you can use whole milk or nonfat with no major problems – there is plenty of fat already in the egg yolk and butter, so the fat content of the milk shouldn’t matter too much. These were amazing! Divide the dough into 16 pieces. I recently have gotten into liking more Japanese cultured foods after not liking it for years. I’m using cream pan and experimenting with pineapple buns from this site currently. Ingredients. I googled many recipes and your recipe was the only that stood out. basically combining water and bread flour in a sauce pan, and cooking gently to make a thick paste. Dust a work surface liberally with flour. Previously when I made Japanese cream pan, the filling always came out. 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