Apple-Cinnamon Pull-Apart Loaf..Guest Post by Suhaina of My Singapore Kitchen.


Today I'm very happy as I have a very special guest , my dearest Friend Suhaina whose going to share a very yummy recipe  Apple-Cinnamon Pull-Apart Loaf. 
She's very special friend I found through the internet while I browsed for her famous Garlic rolls even before I entered the blogosphere
.Infact she is the one who supported me and  encouraged me to start a blog .I am very lucky to have her as my friend.

 Suhaina is a very talented blogger who has  a very  beautiful blog My Singapore Kitchen which is filled with
variety of mouthwatering recipes .You will love the collection of cakes & breads in her blog.
 Her blog itself showcases her talent & passion in cooking..I call her baking super woman she is just too good
 in baking today she's sharing with us another mouthwatering recipe which I'm sure you gonna love.
Thanks a tonn dear for doing a guest post in this little space of mine. Now over to Suhaina.




By now, my regular readers would have been familiar with Gloria of Pepper Chilli and Vanilla. 
She had posted a beautiful Chicken Croquette recipe in my blog.   I was really happy when 
she wanted me to Guest post for her blog.
We became good friends after Gloria emailed me, after trying my Garlic Rolls and showered me 
with emails,comments and feedbacks almost everyday. 
Ours is a best example that friendship has no bounds, even if we have not seen each other in person.
I really feel privileged to do a guest post for my dear friend. 

Gloria is a great foodie who is really talented, which is well depicted in her blog. 
Each time I visit her blog, I leave back hungry and drooling over the variety that she presents in her blog. 
I am really happy and thankful to her to provide me this opportunity to publish in her blog.
Now over to today’s recipe is a simple yet elegant evening snack which is equally
 loved by kids and adults.



Apple-Cinnamon Pull-Apart Loaf (Serves 4-6)
Bread Dough:
Bread flour- 300 grams (2 ¼ cup)
Instant yeast- 1 tsp
Skimmed milk powder- 1 tbsp
Milk- 1 cup ( at room temperature or heat it until its slightly warm but not hot)
Sugar- 2 tbsp
Salt- ¾ tsp
Butter- 30 grams
Method:

Mix all the ingredients except butter and then add in the butter and
 knead until its soft and elastic for about 10- 15 minutes.
Add few more tablespoons of water if required to get a soft dough.

Cover with a damp cloth or a lid and let it rise until double in size for about an hour.
Knock down the air and pinch it into 16 – 18 portions.
Filling:
Granny Smith apples- 2 peeled and chopped
Brown sugar- 1/3 cup
Chopped pecans – ½ cup
Cinnamon powder- 1 tsp

Icing:
Powdered/ Icing sugar- ¾ cup
Water or milk- 2 tbsp
Vanilla- ½ tsp



 
Method:
Combine apples, sugar, nuts and cinnamon.
Flatten each roll and place 1 teaspoon of the apple mixture in the center of each dough.
Pinch edges together to seal, forming a ball.
Place filled balls in a greased aluminum foil or use greased Bundt or loaf pan.
Spoon remaining apple mixture evenly over the top.
Cover loosely with greased plastic wrap and let rise until double. It takes around 30 – 45 minutes.
Towards the last 10 minutes of proofing the dough, preheat the oven at 200 degreeC.
Remove the wrap,  place the foil on a baking sheet to catch any spill-over, 
 and bake at 200 degreeC for 25- 30 minutes.
Cover the bread with aluminum foil for the last 10 minutes of baking to prevent over-browning.
Cool for 10-20 minutes.
Combine icing ingredients, and drizzle over warm
loaf. Serve warm, if desired.


Tips:
Milk may be replaced with water when making the bread dough.
You may use walnuts instead of pecans.



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14 comments:

  1. Wow it looks beautiful. Lovely read

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  2. Hi Gloria! Hi Suhaina!
    Isn't it amazing how friendships grow across the internet and indeed the world. Simply amazing!

    Although, I must say, this Apple-Cinnamon Pull-Apart Loaf is pretty amazing too! I feel like I could bring my nose up to the computer and smell it from here. Oh my heavenly goodness. Thank you both for sharing such goodness and friendship:)

    We are playing the Picnic Game over at my blog. You are both more than welcome to join in on the FUN!!!

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  3. Looking very tempting. Nice to know her.

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  4. Delicious looking ......lovely guest post !

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  5. Wow this bread looks good.. :)

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  6. Thanks Gloria for giving me the oppertunity to do a post in ur lovely space that i admire a lot. U r well talented and a vey loving person at heart. Keep rocking dear. God bless..

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  7. wow thats a real beauty...awesome guest post

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  8. Wowww!!! its so good and tempting. Well done for sharing it.

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  9. awesome guest post,love all her bakes..lovely guest post dearies :)

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  10. Love to pull that rolls and have it rite now, Suhaina's bakes are just awesome..Such a fabulous guest post.

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  11. Its sooooo tempting...great job Suhaina!!! wonderful guest post!

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