This Wool Roll Bread has been very popular on Facebook and Instagram. Although I am not much into bread making, this trendy bread also makes me jump into the bandwagon to join the craze.
Author Ann Low
Prep Time 2hrs30mins
Cook Time 22mins
Total Time 2hrs52mins
300gbread flour - sifted
1egg - 55g without shell
meat floss - as filling
Add 1 teaspoon of instant yeast into the lukewarm milk. Stir well and keep aside for 5 minutes.
In the mixing bowl (KitchenAid stand mixer), add flour, salt and sugar, stir well. Then pour in whipping cream, egg and yeast.
Mix the mixture with a dough hook attached at low speed for about 12 minutes to a soft dough that is not sticky to touch. Then fold and shape into dough ball by hand to smooth and rest for 1 hour with covering lid for about 60 minutes until the dough is doubled in size.
Grease and lined a 8 inch round cake pan with butter and set aside.
Transfer the soft dough onto the table top and divide dough into 6 equal pieces. Shape them into balls and rest for another 15 minutes covered with cling wrap.
Roll the dough into long length (oval shape), then make cuts with pizza cutter on one side of the dough. Spread some meat floss on the remaining part. Roll up from the side where the filling and form like wool.
Place dough wools close to each other in the cake pan. Cover with cling wrap and rest for another 1 hour.
Gently brush risen bread with fresh used melted butter and bake in preheated oven at 170 degrees C for about 20-25 minutes until golden brown.