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This bread was super easy to make and turned out perfect! Reminds me of Hawaiian bread, but not quite as sweet. Will make again.
Very good! I'll make this again.
Great bread recipe. I even messed it up a little and it still came out good. Luckily I checked to see how it was mixing up and it was so soupy. I realized I had only added 2 cups of flour. I had enough time to add the third cup. It didn't rise as much as usual, but I think that was my fault. The flavor is great, you know its a sweet bread without it being overly sweet. Wonderful with butter when its still warm! Thanks!
A sweet very light bread. I would suggest to cut back to 2 teaspoons of yeast or to be baked in the oven. My bread did rise so high that it did hit the top and stuck slightly. Thanks!
Delicious sweet bread! I made this and had to have a piece as soon as I took it out of the pan. I used my KitchenAid as I don't have a breadmaker. Wonderful, Mary!! :D
Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe Mary. I really enjoyed this bread. I'd never tried portuguese sweet bread before, am I ever glad that I did. This tasty sweet bread was quick and easy to make and the texture was absolutely wonderful, light and fluffy. I will be making this sweet bread often, it was perfect served with a sweet and spicy cabbage soup. I can't wait to make french toast in the morning.
I loved, loved, LOVED this bread recipe. This bread turned out so light and the texure was perfect. The touch of sweetness was a wonderful addition to this bread. I made the bread in my bread machine using the dough cycle. Then I put it into a loaf pan, let it rise for 40 minutes and then baked it at 375 F for 30 minutes. I will be making this bread at least once a week from now on. thanks for sharing a GREAT recipe, Mary.
This was the best bread I have made so far! Just the right amount of sweetness, very light, held up well to the knife, too. Had to add a little more water during the kneading cycle, but otherwise it was great. I will certainly do this one again. Thanks Mary W.