Put your eggs, milk, flour, yeast, sugar and salt into your mixing bowl. Either put your dough hook onto the mixer and start mixing or use your hands (and guns) to make a very sticky but smooth and evenly mixed dough. If you’re using your hands you’ll need to lightly flour a clean work surface and knead the dough for around ten minutes until smooth. Start adding the melted butter, bit by bit, until it’s fully incorporated and you have sloppy, elastic and messy-looking dough. If you’re doing this by hand you’ll need to put the dough back into a large mixing bowl before adding the butter slowly and kneading it in. You need to make sure you get the butter evenly mixed through, and the resulting dough will be very sticky and wet.
Add the coconut and the chocolate chips and mix in thoroughly. Take a large plastic mixing bowl and spray with
Grease and flour your loaf tin. Lightly flour a clean work surface and tip the dough onto it. Split it into three even pieces and shape each piece into a smooth ball. Place the balls into the loaf tin with the smoothest side facing up. Leave to prove for one hour covered with a clean tea towel. Then bake in a preheated
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