Hiya. So I want to make traditional melon bread. It's a type of Japanese sweet bread/ bun. All the recipes I look up don't have very compelling pictures. I found this one. It's pic related. Here's the recipe: https://washoku.guide/recipe/1154928
Can you guys test it out/ look at it and tell me how it goes? It looks really tasty but I don't want to make something that ends up looking and tasting bad.
So that's a no to trying out the recipe? Okay I guess do you have a good link for the anime?
No melonpan is a lot of work and I dont really like sweets.
the anime is quite a serious suggestion, despite it's narrative overlay, the information about melonpan is totally accurate and the solution quite ingenious
Mexicans make concha, look into that as well
This recipe isn't traditional melon pan that you eat at jp places, the author even states it was altered, the cheese was added to it, usually the bread is flavored with vanilla though sometimes they add melon essence and paste to the bread dough. I've made melon pan a lot of times and the best tip I have to give is to read up on hand kneading wetter doughs, have a dough scraper and make sure everything is at room temperature when making the cookies since they tend to separate very easily otherwise because of the high egg to butter ratio
>I don't wanna try a new recipe
>I don't have the smarts or practice to tell if a recipe is good or bad
>I neither want to learn nor practice
>please do it for me first, tell me how it goes, give me a tutorial so I can impress my weeb tomodachi
Think of it this way: Not even the tastiest melon pan recipe in the world will yield decent results if made with the hands of an inexperienced baker.
Melon pan isn't exactly the easiest thing to make and you seem to be new at this. The best thing to do is make the recipe if you want to, follow it to a T, but don't set high expectations. You'll get better results with practice.
Something to help you, though: