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Serves 1 - 8 Slices

It is a sweet bread with a bitt of spice and its inspiration comes from over seas

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  • 250G Strong Flour
  • 1Tsp Salt
  • 1/2 Sachet dried Yeast
  • 1Tbsp Sunflower Oil
  • 175ml Warm Coconut Milk
  • 125g Desicated Coconut
  • 100g Chocolate
  • 75g Ginger Powder


    1. Wash your hands with warm soapy water
    2. pour the strong flour into a mixint bowl along with the yeast,Ginger powder and salt and the sugar
    3. then mix in the coconut milk and mix with a fork till mixed
    4. then flour a flat surface and then por the bread mix onto the surface.
    5. Knead for about 10 mins turning it over so it doesn't stick
    6. The Dough should not be able to stick yo your hands, if it is still sticky add some more flour
    7. when the dough is consistant put it in a dark warm place for an hour.
    8. after an hour the dough should have doubled in size. if not done so then leave in the warm dark pace for another 30 mins.
    9. when risen, add the desicated coconut and knead in
    10. now shapethe dough into your desired shape. the put in oven for 30 mins

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8th Dec, 2010
This sounds nice and unusual, so I will be giving it a go. Do you eat it on its own like cake?
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