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This bread recipe is from the pacific islands (Samoa). It's texture and fragrance is like no other bread around and is typically eaten as a dessert with hot custard sauce or plain.

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1hr 45mins
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  • *In a saucepan over medium heat place 2 cups sugar & allow to dissolve into syrup. Turn heat down to simmer & slowly add 2 cups water (same time stirring with whisk. BE CAREFUL! Sugar mixture & water will cause a very hot steam to errupt. You may blow towards mixture while constantly stirring until all water is incorporated.) then vanilla.
  • *Mix flour, baking soda & cinnamon. Set aside.
  • *Cream sugar & butter, then add eggs, milk & water.
  • *Add flour mixture to butter mixture.
  • *Add burnt sugar mixture to creamed sugar & butter mixture; mix well.
  • *Pour batter in 2 bundt pans that are sprayed with non-stick cooking spray.
  • *Cover with foil and bake in pre-heated oven at 350-deg. for about 1 hour.
  • *Allow to cool 30 min.*.
  • *ENJOY*.
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"This bread recipe is from the pacific islands (Samoa). It's texture and fragrance is like no other bread around and is typically eaten as a dessert with hot custard sauce or plain."
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  1. jAcQuiE_7
    This bread recipe is from the pacific islands (Samoa). It's texture and fragrance is like no other bread around and is typically eaten as a dessert with hot custard sauce or plain.
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