CCA <visualfxnos...@nospambombergirl.com> wrote:I'm sorry, but the art of making bread in Mexico is now the sole property
>Dulce. I think perhaps if a variety of recipes were posted that one
>would find in a panaderia that would be sufficient.
of the panaderos. Nobody bakes their own bread anymore, specially not pan
dulce. I believe Diana Kennedy has a couple of recipes of some of the
most popular breads, but I've never seen recipes anywhere else.
>post. I didn't see any that read Pan Dulce. I don't know theYou won't find any anywhere.
>By the way I had Pan de Muertos many years ago, doesn't it have aHmmm.. I can think of at least 10 different pan dulces shaped like an uncut
>similar texture of one of the Pan Dulce (the one shaped like an uncut
hamburger bun... :)
Pan de Muerto is indeed pan dulce (literally, sweet bread, it applies to
any bread that is sweet). When you walk into a panaderia (bread store) in
Mexico, you'll see a large bin with bolillos (kinda like small baguettes,
the recipe varies from place to place) and dozens of trays of bread of
all shapes, colors, and sizes.
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