Watermelon Look-A-Like Raisins BreadπŸ‰πŸ‰πŸžπŸž

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When I first saw the YouTube video on this bread, I tell myself “Oh, this is sooooo cute! I have to make this! ” even though I never like to eat raisins bread. I was worried that if I put chocolate chip instead of raisins, it will stain the bread when I slice it, so I use currants instead of chocolate chips. You can use any of the sweet dough bun recipe to make this, or you can use my Basic Sweet Dough Bun Recipe which I will be posting on my blog later.

You will need:
400g of Basic Sweet Bun Dough (weight is after the first proving):
160g for the red dough
120g for the white dough
120g for the green dough
40g raisins / currants / chocolate chips

Method:
Take 160g of the dough and add in the red food coloring and knead well, add in the raisins and mix well, roll into a rectangle that fit the rectangle tin
Use a rolling pin and roll out the white dough, brush some fresh milk on the white dough and the pink dough
put the pink dough on it and roll it up, pinch the ends and seal the dough
Repeat the above steps for the green dough.
Lightly spray the baking tin with oil
Put the dough into the baking tin, spray oil over the dough
cover it with cling wrap and let it prove till double in size in a warm place (I put it into the oven with the light turn on)
Preheat oven at 180 degree C
Bake for 20-25 mins till golden brown
Let cool slightly in the pan then transfer to cool on the wire rack
Wait till it is completely cool before slicing it.

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