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baking

Post by kopkei » July 15, 2020, 7:17 am

i did not want to pollute the kitchen topic so i will put it here ...
as glalt mentioned baking buns/bread in the air fryer, another option when you do not want to buy a (big) oven is this
https://shopee.co.th/product/21843339/1 ... n=datafeed it also as the air fryer is a compact convection pot
almost every Thais kitchen has one , i also almost never use a mold to bake bread , as i have used the bread machine before ,still have one somewhere, but way more nice and better bread the conventional way . as info ;)



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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » July 15, 2020, 12:44 pm

just baked ,
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and to prove i am not telling rubbish i have baked a mini rye bread with kia seeds in the convection pot
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enjoy your baking... ;)

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Re: baking

Post by glalt » July 15, 2020, 3:48 pm

You are without a doubt an experienced and talented baker and I understand your preferences. I unfortunately, am lazy and always look for the easiest way. Even using the dough cycle on the bread machine, having to cut and portion the dough is a hassle. I don't own a regular oven but have a small cheap Otto. It does pretty good with a heating element on the top and the bottom, although using both elements makes the bottom of the bread too dark. Since I now have the air fryer, I'm afraid the little Otto is going to be put in storage. My wife is a good cook but she has no interest in baking anything. She eats VERY little of my bread and we have no children, so baking a big batch is just a waste.

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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » July 16, 2020, 8:00 am

of course i also can not eat all at once , but we have a big freezer , i am eating 2 small breads/buns a day , if you like your breads to be crispy again ,put them 5-10 min in the convection pot/oven on 200dgC and they will be as freshly baked , you can also shorten the original bake time to finishing the baking after coming out of the freezer ,
i also give many away to my friends and neighbors as i enjoy to bake (and cook).... ;)

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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » July 17, 2020, 7:37 am

so yesterday was potato day as my wife has bought 10kg potatoes /270 baht at the vegetable market near makro,
thalaad monthong , i always prepare them all at once ,packed per portion to freeze ,easy to use later ...
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1 plate for baked potatoes,1 for potato salad,1 mash potato, 1 for potato croquettes
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potato salad made with fresh made mayonnaise, not the sweet rubbish, or kewpie wall paper glue :lol:
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and also made mixed berries sorbet for refreshment ...
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no one else baking/cooking ?, i am always open to learn more or help others out if they have problems with this , all within the range of my knowledge of course , i am also not a pro at all this but enjoy doing this ... ;)

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Re: baking

Post by Drunk Monkey » July 17, 2020, 7:43 am

Love to see your baking kopkei .. always looks great .. you must have a big freezer.

Alas my baking skills are limited to say the least .. by that i mean taking the plastic lid off a 7/11 microwave meal
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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » July 17, 2020, 11:05 am

today i have made these again ,very favorite by all,
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or maybe more clear ...
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finished result ...
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filled with vanilla whipped cream ..
and as my oven was on anyway i quickly baked some whole wheat buns ...
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i have a variation to pick from .... and i never get bored ... ;)

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Re: baking

Post by vincemunday » July 17, 2020, 11:42 am

I'm so jealous kopkei, I'd love to bake like that and your stuff always looks really nice.
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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » July 17, 2020, 11:47 am

Made some real Potatobread today with Oregano on top...jummy.

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Have a blessed day today everyone...:-)


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Marinated Chicken,Paprika,Onion in owen.

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Re: baking

Post by vincemunday » July 17, 2020, 11:48 am

DuiDui49 wrote:
July 17, 2020, 11:47 am
Made some real Potatobread today with Oregano on top...jummy.

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Have a blessed day today everyone...:-)
Wow, that looks great too!
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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » July 17, 2020, 11:54 am

for those interested in a bread maker , i did a search for a friend and found this one
https://shopee.co.th/search?keyword=clarte%20fbm750p
english manual and markings (not chinese) and clarte is a good brand...
very nice bread dui49... =D>

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Re: baking

Post by DuiDui49 » July 17, 2020, 11:59 am

kopkei wrote:
July 17, 2020, 11:54 am
for those interested in a bread maker , i did a search for a friend and found this one
https://shopee.co.th/search?keyword=clarte%20fbm750p
english manual and markings (not chinese) and clarte is a good brand...
very nice bread dui49... =D>
Thank you my friend :-)!!

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Re: baking

Post by AlexO » July 17, 2020, 6:05 pm

kopkei wrote:
July 17, 2020, 11:54 am
for those interested in a bread maker , i did a search for a friend and found this one
https://shopee.co.th/search?keyword=clarte%20fbm750p
english manual and markings (not chinese) and clarte is a good brand...
very nice bread dui49... =D>
I bought the same model about 4 months ago. Nice unit but had no recipe book in the box. Tried many times to get one through Lazada and also direct to the supplier but nothing so basically have 14 menu settings that I cannot use. Not a happy bunny.

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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » July 26, 2020, 4:16 pm

@ alexO, and other people with a bread maker that came without manual ? thanks to a friend of mine...
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sorry not in order ,but printable i think and hopefully helpful to others ,as all bread makers work on similar basics ;)
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Re: baking

Post by AlexO » July 27, 2020, 12:08 am

Thankyou, much appreciated.

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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » July 27, 2020, 12:49 pm

no ploblem alex , do not forget to post a picture of your baking results...
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some vanilla waffles for snack.. ;)

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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » August 10, 2020, 3:07 pm

this morning first work ...
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tomorrow sweets day.....never bored... ;)

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Re: baking

Post by papafarang » August 10, 2020, 4:35 pm

kopkei wrote:
August 10, 2020, 3:07 pm
this morning first work ...
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tomorrow sweets day.....never bored... ;)
Nice work , wanna job :lol:
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Re: baking

Post by kopkei » August 11, 2020, 6:53 am

no thanks for the offer ppf :D , we once had this idea when just arriving in los (almost 19 years ago) to open a small restaurant ,but gave up on the idea after a few years realizing corruption rules in Thailand and we did not want to get headache doing what we enjoy ... ;)

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Re: baking

Post by papafarang » August 11, 2020, 5:45 pm

kopkei wrote:
August 11, 2020, 6:53 am
no thanks for the offer ppf :D , we once had this idea when just arriving in los (almost 19 years ago) to open a small restaurant ,but gave up on the idea after a few years realizing corruption rules in Thailand and we did not want to get headache doing what we enjoy ... ;)
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