Strawberry Tea Loaf Topped With Carrot Chiffon


Strawberry Tea LoafCarrot Chiffon
  1. To make the dough in a bread maker, put all of the ingredients into the bread machine in the order listed, and set the machine to create dough. When the machine finishes, roll out the dough on a lightly floured work surface. Divide the dough into four even portions. Round up, cover with plastic wrap, and allow to rest for 10 minutes. Line two loaf pans with parchment paper.
  2. Sealing side down roll each dough out to match the length of your baking pan. Turn the dough over and roll it up. Seal the ends closely. Place them seam-side down into the pans, each pan with two loaves. Cover and let rise until almost doubled, about 30 minutes.
  3. While the bread ferments, we start to make the cake by beating the oil, carrot juice and vanilla sugar until creamy and emulsified. Sift in the flour and stir until just combined. Add in egg yolks and mix completely.
  4. Whip the egg whites, salt and lemon juice until soft peaks form. Beat in the sugar and beat until stiff peaks form. Gently fold 1/3 of the whites into the batter to lighten it, and then fold in the rest of the whites. Pour the cake batter over the bread. Sprinkle some coconut flakes over and bake in a preheated 165C/330F oven for about 45-60 minutes. After baking, immediately tear off the baking paper to avoid the cake shrinking too much.


Thank you, Aux Delices des Gourmets
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60 comments:

simply.food 14/4/10 21:14

This loaf looks amazing.

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Priya 14/4/10 21:20

Omg, this loaf looks truly awesome and interesting...Amazing Work..

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Chow and Chatter 14/4/10 22:03

wow beautiful wish I could have a slice or 2!

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Cool Lassi(e) 14/4/10 22:13

Awesome bread!Simply splendid!

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MaryMoh 14/4/10 22:22

That's fabulous....bread and cake in one...wow!!! I love the colour and the texture looks very fine. Must be very delicious. Angie, you always surprise us with your bakes and cooking!

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Sook 14/4/10 23:20

What a beautiful bread! Love the idea too!

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Heavenly Housewife 14/4/10 23:38

This is so lovely and unusual. What a great idea!
*kisses* HH

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Catherine 15/4/10 01:11

Looks delicious Angie! Wonderful photos!

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Joy 15/4/10 02:37

Wow Angie! What an amazing bread! You have just opened a whole new window of possibilities!

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Kitchen Corner 15/4/10 03:44

I've kept a few similar recipe like this one but have no guts to try it yet. Your one looks absolutely soft and fluffy! Thanks for your inspiration. I must think of trying it soon. Cheers!

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tasteofbeirut 15/4/10 04:03

Angie

You never fail to amaze me! This loaf looks fantastic with the two flavors and is a must-try! What a splendid idea!

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Claudia 15/4/10 04:03

Angie - this couldn't look lighter and tastier. I keep trying to reach in and grab it.

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Anncoo 15/4/10 04:13

WOW Angie! This is amazing! Hope I can make this like yours.

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Velva 15/4/10 04:32

Oh my! That look so light and airy. Nice job.

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wendyywy @ Table for 2 or more..... 15/4/10 04:57

Yummy!! But I like mine with more cake than bread :)

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tigerfish 15/4/10 05:07

You are so creative and you REALLY REALLY can bake good stuff!

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Ivy 15/4/10 05:34

Wow Angie, this looks amazing. I always want to make any kind of bread you make.

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My Asian Kitchen 15/4/10 05:36

so pretty!! I always admire your twist cake and bread together!!

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Amy @ cookbookmaniac 15/4/10 05:55

Wow. That's a wonderfully inventive recipe. Strawberry scented tea loaf really sounds appealing to me. mmmm. I want a slice... now!

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Madhura Manoj 15/4/10 06:31

Looks wonderful.beautiful click...

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Pavithra 15/4/10 06:35

Oh wow thats awesome angie..i have bookmarked it and surely will give it a try ...

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My Little Space 15/4/10 07:14

Yooo....such a nice loaf of cake bread! I was planning to make this as well but have to delay it because I just finish making the red wine longan bread loaf. hehe....

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sweetlife 15/4/10 08:48

how beautiful..you did an amazing job with this loaf..yum

sweetlife

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denise @ quickies on the dinner table 15/4/10 09:30

Angie, your recipes are truly amazing! I see loaves like this in the bread shops here so often but they seem so intricate and difficult to do. I've saved your recipe and I will definitely be trying this. Thanks for sharing your expertise :)

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Cherine 15/4/10 09:32

This bread looks great!

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3 hungry tummies 15/4/10 10:15

Angie you have been very busy baking! Send some over please!

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Sophie 15/4/10 10:30

Waw,...Angie!! I am just gob smacked!!

What a divine looking loaf of bread!! FABULOUS!!!!
You come up with the COOLest things!!

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Tina 15/4/10 12:27

Soft and delicious...

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♥peachkins♥ 15/4/10 17:02

OMG! Such a beautiful bread with pretty colors!

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Fearless Kitchen 15/4/10 17:31

This looks great! The carrot chiffon is interesting. I'm not usually a big fan of carrots, but in this application they seem really interesting.

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Cheah 15/4/10 19:02

Trust you Angie for coming up with such a fabulous creation!

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Devaki 15/4/10 19:12

This looks so very amazing Angie - Especially with the swirls and the color variation. Very impressive and super texture and airy too!

Can't have enough recipes with strawberries but in a bread is genius.

Ciao, Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Gulmohar 15/4/10 19:16

Beautiful...Amazing to see how you always come up with something exciting :-)

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Mary 15/4/10 20:06

What a lovely tea bread. It really looks and sounds amazing. I love strawberry "anything" and I know my family will enjoy this. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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shahana 15/4/10 20:19

perfectly baked tea loaf!

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doggybloggy 15/4/10 20:27

this has me so excited I think I just want to scream!

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5 Star Foodie 15/4/10 21:37

Wow, what a terrific bread, wish I could have a slice to try!

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Cynthia 16/4/10 01:24

I am always in awe of people like you who bake so magnificently!

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Tuty @Scentofspice 16/4/10 01:53

I can imagine the textures of the bread and chiffon when I bite into this loaf. Your creativity never ceases to amaze me.

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Cinnamon-Girl 16/4/10 03:05

This is gorgeous Angie! I love this technique you have been using with bread and cake. So unique and beautiful. I bet it's a joy to eat.

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lisaiscooking 16/4/10 03:14

This sounds so delicious, and the cut slice looks amazing!

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TasteHongKong 16/4/10 14:34

One more in my bookmark, thanks!

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Pete 16/4/10 18:16

Strawberry and tea, interesing combination.......I am tyring to imagine how it would taste like....mmmmmmmm!

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Valen 16/4/10 21:58

Wow, that is interesting! I've never seen anything like it! Looks amazing!

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Y 16/4/10 23:03

What an interesting bread! I love the visual effect, and the flavours sound great too!

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Michelle 17/4/10 00:31

When I read Carrot Chiffon I thought it was going to be a separate, meringue top topping. WOW, was I surprised and how gorgeous is that! I want to make it right now!

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Dinners and Dreams 17/4/10 03:23

This looks so light and lovely. I love the consistency which looks somewhere between bread and cake.

xo

Nisrine

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citronetvanille 17/4/10 08:44

How gorgeous this loaf is? I absolutely adore the two colors and layers, and of course the flavor of strawberries makes it very unique, I wish I could taste one slice!

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Mother Rimmy 17/4/10 15:26

You bake the most divine breads. What a pretty loaf!

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theUngourmet 18/4/10 07:41

I officially crown you the Queen of Bread Baking! :) Another fantastic recipe!

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zalevchik 19/4/10 10:08

Dear Angie, I join the chorus of those delighted with your tremendous recipes.
As for the Strawberry Tea Loaf I'd like to clear up: did you just used the contents of the teabags in the dough or did you make tea and afterwards used it for the dough?
Thanks.

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nora@ffr 19/4/10 10:35

yummm!!!! looking greatt!! love the colours :) angie ye a such a greta cook!! :)
cheers!!

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Angie's Recipes 19/4/10 11:12

zalevchik: I used the contents of the teabags.

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Patty 19/4/10 20:42

I cannot BELIEVE how gorgeous this bread is. It is AMAZING! How do you come up with these things? I'm afraid to try this as my bread making skills are seriously lacking. I made a bread not too long ago and it came out as hard as a rock. Terrible. I'll just have to pretend that I actually tasted your delicious bread!

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Katy ~ 23/4/10 10:52

Beautiful texture on this tea bread, and I love the 2-toned color; it adds so much eye appeal and makes me want to have a nice slice of this delicious bread. Well done. You are such a gifted baker. I love to see what you're cooking.

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sewa mobil di surabaya 27/4/10 09:14

This is the most delicious looking cake I have seen in a LONG time.

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Janet @Gourmet Traveller 88 28/4/10 19:01

Admire you Angie that you are so good in baking different types of bread.

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Liana10 1/5/10 21:48

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Interesing combinasion...bud i love it!

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Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 6/5/10 04:09

I just tried cake-topped bread for the first time last week during my trip to China. It was sooo good. Your version looks just as nice!

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