1. The auxiliary materials are weighed and reserved.
2. Put the bread ingredients into the bread bucket in the order of liquid first, then solid, then bury the yeast in the flour, and set up two kneading programs.
3. Put in butter softened at room temperature and set up two kneading procedures.
4. Until the butter is completely melted into the dough.
5. Set the fermentation program to twice the size, poke into the dough with your fingers, and the dough does not collapse or shrink.
6. Take out the fermented dough and press it repeatedly with a rolling pin to expel the gas in the dough.
7. Divide into six equal doughs and wrap them in plastic wrap to relax for 20 minutes.
8. Put another 20 grams of butter in the microwave for a few seconds until it melts. Take a small dough and knead it again and again on the kneading mat, and roll it out into a round dough. (Long line, round, square can be used. It is to ensure that the shape of the six dough is the same.) Spread a layer of melted butter on the dough.
9. Sprinkle a layer of coconut paste evenly.
10. Sprinkle with dried cranberries at will.
11. The second dough is also rolled into a dough and spread on the first dough. The method is the same as above.
12. Roll out and spread all the dough in turn. There is no butter and coconut paste on the last piece of dough.
13. Slightly press around the stacked raw bread embryos. Use a scraper to cut into even strips.
14. Cut into small pieces.
15. Place them in the toast box at will.
16. Sprinkle some minced coconut on the surface of the raw embryo. (This step can be omitted, I am because there is leftover coconut paste).
17. Ferment in a warm place to 1.5 times its size. I put a bowl of hot water in the oven and put the toast box on the grill for the second fermentation.
18. Preheat the oven at 180 degrees for 5 minutes. Bake for another 40 minutes.
19. The cranberry coconut shredded bread is out. If you brush a layer of egg yolk before baking, the color will be better.
1. The cranberries inside can be replaced with blueberries, raisins and other berries at will.
2. The oven temperature and time are for reference only, set according to your own oven temperament.