Enjoy this heritage bread made hearty with a bit of corn and just a touch of molasses. It makes wonderful sandwiches and a great crunchy toast. Suitable for your bread machine.
We've heard all kinds of tales about the origin of Anadama Bread. Most include a story of Anna, the baker's wife, and a little profanity. I don't think anyone knows. It doesn't matter; it's great bread. It's made with an addition of cornmeal and sweetened with molasses. The cornmeal gives it a chewy crunch, almost like an English muffin bread. The molasses gives it just a bit of richness though not enough to make it sweet or the molasses flavor pronounced. The result is a light-colored loaf with more body than most white breads.
We think that you will absolutely love this bread. This is a wonderful morning bread, one of the best breads for toast. Served warm with a pat of butter, you'll find it scrumptious. Try it with your favorite soup or toast it and make some great sandwiches. This is a great bread for grilled sandwiches.
If you make this bread in your bread machine, water temperature is critical. Please use a thermometer to measure water at exactly 80 degrees. A ten degree difference in water temperature can double the growth rate of the yeast. These bread mixes are satisfaction guaranteed when you use a thermometer.
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Anadama bread is an Old World favorite.