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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.

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garner898 September 16, 2006

Very good! I'll make this again.

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nannettesaunders June 07, 2009

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!

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Kim127 April 27, 2008

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!

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Rita~ April 12, 2008

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

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SweetsLady April 03, 2008

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.

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Baby Kato January 28, 2008

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.

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Crafty Lady 13 January 02, 2008

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.

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