I've always like pure maple syrup, for it's pure flavour & aroma. The syrup we get in KK is usually artificially flavoured & too sweet. Even if there's pure maple syrup, it'll be over-priced.
My brother-in-law was holidaying in Canada two months ago, so finally I got hold of my supply of maple syrup.
I've got this recipe of maple bread from a Taiwanese website quite some time ago. I've tried it before with my limited supply of maple syrup in the past. Now that I've got more, I baked it again last week.
It's sugar free, so flavourful ........
325g High protein flour
12g Milk powder (I've used Fernleaf)
71g Maple syrup
39g Unsalted butter
3g Instant yeast
In a mixer bowl fitted with a dough hook & on low speed, blend all ingredients, except butter, till well combined. Add butter, turn speed to medium, continue mixing till the dough is smooth & elastic. Round up dough, let rise in a warm place for an hour or until it doubles in size.
After it has risen, punch the dough down. Roll it into rectangle with a rollling pin, roll up tightly & place it into a greased loaf pan. Let rise again for about 45 mins.
Bake in a preheated oven of 190C for 35-40 mins or until top is brown & cooked.