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Choc Marble Bread

It's was on my wanted list to do,and finally I did it, not very nice in  appearance  but taste great, and I have difficulty in rolling and the chocolate paste keeps oozing out, I just go ahead and braid and decide  not continue to fold and roll again ,inorder not to get too messy.

I did not have a proper size baking tin, need to buy and I will try again.. Next time, I must get a perfect bake, if not perfect, almost perfect also can....:)

I did extra half portion of bread dough for some leftover red bean paste and this dough goes very well with the paste.

Chocolate Marbled Loaf ~ 巧克力大理石吐司 (Recipe from Carol 自在生活), Extract from Cathy Joy's Blog

Chocolate portion:

50g chocolate

20g butter

20g bread flour

10g cocoa powder

5g cornflour

60g milk

20g castor sugar

1 egg white


1. Melt chocolate & butter separately.

2. Sift flour, cocoa powder & cornflour together. Put the flour mixture in a saucepan.

3. Add in milk & sugar into the sifted flour mixture.

4. Add in melted chocolate, butter & egg white.

5. Put the saucepan over the stove on low heat. Using a balloon whisk to stir the mixture until it becomes thick. It will becomes a soft dough.

6. Remove the saucepan from stove. Pour out the chocolate dough onto a cling wrap to cool down.

7. Roll out the chocolate dough into 18cm x 18cm & put in fridge for later use.

Bread dough:

260g bread flour

20g plain flour

1 egg

25g castor sugar

3/4 tsp instead yeast

1/4 tsp salt

125g milk

20g butter


1. Combine all ingredients together (except butter) in a mixer & beat until a dough is formed.

2. Add in butter & beat again until the dough is smooth.

3. Roll out the dough into a square (at least 2x the chocolate dough)

4. Put the chocolate dough on top of the bread dough & wrap it up.

5. Roll out the dough slowly until double of the original.

6. Fold the dough into 1/3 (2 times) & roll out.

7. Repeat step 5 & 6 again.

8. At the final roll out of the dough, divide the dough into 3 strips (but do not cut the dough totally) & do plaiting.

9. Place in a lightly greased loaf tin & proof for an hour.

10. Bake in a preheated oven @ 180C for 30mins.


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