Friday, December 31, 2010

Pork Floss Bread Roll

Like what my mommy, Lily's Wai Sek Hong said, I hope i will get help and support from all you readers to become big and strong.  I would like to thank all readers who have been following me and to wish you all A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011.  To ROLL OVER to the New Year, i feel that this bread ROLL is appropriate -  WRAPPING UP THE GOOD OR BAD OF THE YEAR AND ROLL OVER TO A NEW YEAR.


150 g hot boiling water
150 g high gluten flour

1 large egg
200 g water
120 g sugar
1 tsp salt
450 g high gluten flour
1 1/2 tsp yeast

60 g butter


1 large egg, lightly beaten
Shredded seaweed
Sesame seeds


Pork Floss


Pour 150 g hot boiling water into 150 g high gluten flour and mix until all the flour has been hydrated. Set aside and let it cool.

Put the cooled ingredient A and the ingredients B into the bread maker bowl according to the list starting with egg and ending with yeast.

Select the dough function and start the bread maker.

Check to see that a dough is formed. 

Add in the butter and let the bread maker finish it's function.

When the bread is ready, the bread maker will beep.  Remove the dough and divide into 3 portions.

Preheat oven to 375 f.

Roll one portion out into a very thin rectangle that will fit into a half sheet baking pan or jelly roll pan.  You might have to roll out and when it is resisting, let it rest, covered with a damp cloth.  Roll the next portions and let it rest.  Come back to the first portion and you will find that the dough has relaxed and ready to be rolled again.  Repeat rolling and resting until the rectangles fit the pans.  Grease the pans before using.

Put the roll rectangles into the greased pans,  dock or dimple the rectangle dough with fingers or a fork.

Brush the surface with egg and sprinkle shredded seaweed and sesame seeds.

Repeat this process until 3 portions are ready.

Cover with cling wrap and a damp cloth and let it proof for 15 minutes.

Put to bake for 10 - 12 minutes until top is golden brown.

Remove from oven and prepare to roll the bread while it is still warm.

Turn bread over onto a clean kitchen towel.

Spread mayonnaise over the bottom of the bread and sprinkle with pork floss.

Roll the bread up tightly like you would roll a carpet.

Repeat with the other 2 breads.

Cut the bread up into small portions of your choice and enjoy with a cup of tea and coffee and usher in the New Year.


Green onions/spring onions/scallions can be used instead of seaweeds.



Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Happy New Year to you and all at home

lena said...

have a great start to the new year and sure, you will have all our support!

muffinlover said...

Hello lily happy new year to you and family. What a great roll to start the year with. Happen to see this and can the floss be roll in the bread before baking. Have a nice week

lilyng said...


The pork floss can be rolled in before baking but the process of sticking the sesame seeds and seaweed would have to be different and besides, the texture of the bread will be fluffy like cinnamon roll.

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Lily,

Can i make this with all purpose flour?


lilyng said...


you can use all-purpose flour but make sure that it is kneaded into the window-pane stage, that is, if a small ball of dough is stretched, it will not tear.

Rebecca Lee said...

Hi,I wonder what is the purpose of boiling water to cook the flour ?
Are you the daughter of Lily ? It is great if you're so that your mom can have more time to relax with your help. Lily's Wai Sek Hong blog will last forever !!
Merry X'mas & Happy New Year to all.

lilyng said...


cooking some of the flour with hot water helps the dough to have more liquid.

yes and no to your second question. This blog is a baby to the mummy blog - lily's wai sek hong

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