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OMG!!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I made this recipe in my early twenties, and I could never remember in which magazine it had been printed. I have wanted to make it again over the years, and now I finally can :-) I now know what old magazines to look through for the original recipe as well (yes, I do hoard magazines...*grins*)

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Gandeida October 14, 2008

Warning, this bread is addictive! More than half the "bubbles" were eaten before I could drizzle it with the icing. You expect good flavor in a bread that contains all those tropical flavors but the texture is really what makes this bread so darned good. The heart of the bread is moist without being doughy. It is surrounded by a slightly sweet crust that flakes in your mouth. This is real comfort food. I found I needed 6 cups of flour to get the dough to behave. Once you have tried it, try adding the zest of one orange to the icing for a whole new taste.

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Stinger December 15, 2007

This is a fantastic recipe. I omitted the coconut milk and only added additional juice concentrate when making the glaze. I needed closer to 6 cups of flour.

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moko7 September 23, 2007
Hawaiian Bubble Bread