Edamame and Cheese Rolled Bread

Edamame and Cheese Rolled Bread

It's the season for edamame! This bread is filled to the brim with edamame and cheese.

Ingredients: 10 - 12 rolls

Bread dough (whatever you prefer)
Strong flour
210 g
Cake flour
40 g
Skim milk powder
5 g
4 g
20 g
20 g
Dried yeast
4 g
135 ml
25 g (1/2)
Edamame (fresh)
100 - 150 ml
Soy Sauce
2 teaspoons
5 pieces (total 50 g)


1. Put the bread dough ingredients into the bread maker and let it do all the work until the first rising.
2. Dice the cheese. For a method to finely cut cheese without it sticking, see Recipe ID: 1318535.
3. Parboil the edamame, or thaw if frozen (if salted, soak in hot water to remove the salt). Combine the edamame and cheese with soy sauce.
4. After the dough rises for the first time, check with your finger. If it's ready, form into 1 or 2 balls and let sit. Once they have risen, remove from the bread maker.
5. Since I have a small work space, I divided the dough into two balls, but you could bake them as one big roll.
6. After resting for 15 minutes, punch down the dough and roll out into a square.
7. Lightly drain the soy sauce from Step 3, place on the dough, and roll it up like a sushi roll.
8. Tightly close the ends and roll it around to smooth out the shape.
9. If separating into two, divide into 5-6 portions. If using all of the dough together, divide into 10-12 portions. Position them so that you can see the cut sides.
10. Bake for 12-15 minutes at 200°C.

Story Behind this Recipe

My family loves edamame, so I make this bread for them.