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Melon Bread recipe by xXShadowKatXx Melon Bread recipe by xXShadowKatXx
Wasn't sure where to put this since it's a food recipe but there is no actual picture of food in it.
Anyway, the is a recipe for melon bread. That's right, you've seen it in animes & read it in mangas & now prepare to make it for yourself. It is a very long process so be sure to make it when you have a LOT of time. Oh, & you might want to bring a game to play because there is a lot of waiting around.

This recipe took me forever to find & when I did, it was posted somewhere by a Japanese woman. She wrote it in English but it still used Japanese measurements & ingredients that we don't use here in America. Luckily, someone had tried it out & posted a comment with the changes they made. So then I spent most of the following Saturday making this & I have to say it turned out really well. I went to a New Year's like the following night & passed out pieces to around 20 of my friends or so & only 1 of them said they didn't like it.
NOTE: This bread should be eaten within about 4 days or less for best taste. Though I have never tried this, it may also be possible to freeze it to store for longer periods.

ATTENTION: Any Japanese person out there that might read this & feels there is something wrong in the recipe, please let me know. I want my recipe to be as close to authentic Japanese bread as possible. Thanks

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gabbyevans Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I have a question about the cookie dough. Can't we just buy regular cookie dough from the grocery store?
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RKanimation Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2012  Student Filmographer
Interesting, yours does not call for "dry milk powder". Most of the ones I've seen call for at least 1 Tablespoon of it in the bread mix.
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xXShadowKatXx Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012
dry milk powder? you mean like powdered milk? didn't know that was in some of the recipes
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RKanimation Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2012  Student Filmographer
Yeah, just a few. I tried yours out and they were perfect! The only thing I added was vanilla flavoring.
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xXShadowKatXx Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012
well I'm glad it turned out good for you ^^
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RKanimation Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012  Student Filmographer
Yes, thanks again for posting! ^.^
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kiyotoap Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2011
Thanks for posting this, ive tried it with the japanese measurements and it turned out aweful! I'll give this one a try! <3
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Paintsmudger Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Oh, and perhaps you could put this in the Literature category under non-fiction, maybe as an article or guide.

God bless!

~Betsy
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Paintsmudger Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for posting this, it looks wonderful!
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xXShadowKatXx Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010
you're welcome... I feel everyone should know how to make something this yummy :)
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