Beautiful Aroma Milk Tea Bread Rolls

Beautiful Aroma Milk Tea Bread Rolls

Using milk and condensed milk together makes for a bread roll.
A beautiful black tea aroma melts in your mouth. This is soft and moist bread.

Ingredients: 18 cm round cake tin

Bread (strong) flour
170 g
Cake flour
30 g
Instant dry yeast
1 teaspoon
Granulated sugar
20 g
1/4 teaspoon
10 g
150 ml
Condensed milk
2 tablespoons
Black tea bags


1. Microwave (600 W) milk for one minute and let one of the tea bags soak in it for 3 minutes. Then remove the bag and add 1 tablespoon of condensed milk. Stir well.
2. Put bread flour, cake flour, yeast, granulated sugar in a bowl. Also, put salt in away from the yeast. Now pour milk tea onto the yeast area. Mix well. Remove tea leaves from the rest of tea bag and add here with butter. Knead well for about 15 minutes until smooth texture.
3. Take out from the bowl and bring corner ends towards base and form ball. Grease the bowl with oil (not listed) first and put the dough in. Cover with plastic wrap or moistened and tightly wrung out kitchen towel. Leave in warm place or using the dough rising setting in the microwave, let the dough rise for about 40-60 minutes.
4. This picture is before rising.
5. This is after rising. If the dough doubles in size then poke with your finger and test whether depression remains. Punch the dough gently to release the air.
6. Divide the dough into 8 portions. Stretch corners towards base and smooth to shape balls. Cover with plastic wrap or moistened kitchen towel and let them rest for 10 minutes.
7. Form each portion into round balls again and brush the rest of condensed milk onto the surface. Then transfer to the tin.
8. Place 7 rolls around the tin and one in middle. Cover with plastic wrap or moistened kitchen towel once more and allow them to rise for about 20-30 minutes.
9. This picture is after the second rising. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 180°C. When the dough doubles in size, bake in oven for about 20 minutes.
10. Bake until nice and golden brown.
11. When you tear the bread, the milk tea aroma will waft around. It is so soft and moist.

Story Behind this Recipe

I made this for my friend who loves black tea. It's a sweet bread that's great for both snack and breakfast.