Matcha Sesame Loaf


My most sincere apology for those who have been waiting for my recipes from the demo. i know it took me awhile, but i was so overwhelmed with my work, i was that close to being suffocated with work. And obviously work is never ending, but doing something that i love for a career is something i’m very appreciative of!

And guess what’s taking me forever to get these posts out?! i couldn’t make myself upload those pictures i took during the demo. They would work perfectly for instagram, but for my blog, i needed proper pictures! Thus, i had to rebake and photograph everything.

Alright! Enough of grandmother’s story! Now the real deal.

People who popped by my demo for Kitchenaid would have tasted the breads that i made everyday and what makes me really glad is that everyone loved it and could appreciate artisan bread more.


Yields 2 loaves

Preferment Dough (Old Dough)


  • 40g Bread Flour
  • 4g Instant Yeast
  • 28g Water
  • 1g Salt


  1. Mix all the ingredients together
  2. Leave at room temperature for 1 hour and transfer to the chiller and rest overnight in the fridge for a minimum of 12 hours

Main Dough


  • 235g Bread Flour
  • 3g Matcha Powder
  • 150g Water
  • 4.5g Salt
  • 4.5g Instant Yeast
  • 12g Brown Sugar
  • 12g Butter
  • 20g Mixed Sesame Seeds
  • 70g Preferment Dough (From Above)


  1. Mix all ingredients on Speed 2-4 for 4 mins (Except butter and sesame seeds)
  2. Add in butter
  3. Mix on Speed 3 for another 5 mins
  4. Do a window test
  5. Add in sesame seeds and knead till well incorporated
  6. Rest for 30 mins and do a fold
  7. Shape and proof till double in size
  8. Bake at 220C for 20mins



A really easy and flavourful loaf! The sesame seeds really sings with the matcha~~ Awesome!


4 thoughts on “Matcha Sesame Loaf

  1. Hi hi,

    You are amazing n thanks for your generous sharing. It’s domestic genius like you out there that gives us an opportunity to be domestic goddess (though I m still far from it…). May I ask how to I get those flour patterns on the bread n how do u shape this amazing dough.


    • Hi Vienna, You are most welcomed! i’m more than happy to share but i’m no where near domestic genius though.. Although i secretly wish.. haha
      You could get those flour patterns by sieving some flour on the proofed dough, score the bread using a sharp knife and bake it!

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