Anadama Bread

This recipe has been updated and moved to the new blog.
You can find it here: Anadama Bread on The Creekside Cook

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20 Responses to Anadama Bread

  1. janetching says:

    Very nice bread! A recipe which you keep on repeating, must be so nice. I need to find out where I can buy molasses in Switzerland.

  2. Egghead says:

    This looks so good and I am loving that it has molasses and cornmeal in it. Thanks Dlyn.

  3. Ellyn says:

    I had a toast cheese on this bread today. Fabulous.

  4. Mental P Mama says:

    Oh, dear.

  5. Flea says:

    Oh my word. Dlyn, that looks fantastic. I’m not going to make it, you know. I don’t bake bread. Well, I might bake a loaf and send it to Mental P. :)

    Someone told me the other day that they let their dough rise in the dishwasher – they cover the bowl, place it in the dishwasher and pour a pitcher of boiling water into the reservoir in the bottom, close the door and walk away. An empty dishwasher, mind you.

  6. Molly says:

    This looks really good…I’ve never been a baker, but I am tempted to try this one.

  7. noble pig says:

    This is awesome, I love the ingredients.

  8. Lori says:

    It is so hard to read your blog and diet!

  9. Patricia Scarpin says:

    I love baking with yeast and this looks so good. I’ll be trying it soon!

  10. Daryl says:

    Yum… when I baked, I always set the dough to rise on top of the fridge .. never thought about the top of the stove and I have a gas stove with pilot light too .. doh!

  11. Janis says:

    Is this bread also known as Indian bread? When I was young, my friends mom used to make it and I loved it! Also, can this be made in a bread machine? If so, I’ll give it a go! Thanks D!

  12. dlyn says:

    Anyone who tries it – please do come back and tell us how it came out for you. I always like to know how things work for other bakers/cooks.

    Janis – Not sure about another name and I am sure it could be adapted for a bread machine, though I have no idea how to go about doing that.

    Fea – dishwasher> really? I would be afraid I would forget and turn it on – then it would be like steamed bread!

  13. Janis says:

    I think the bread I was thinking about was called Squaw bread. I am going to give it a go either tomorrow or Friday. I won’t use the bread machine then because I don’t want to louse this up. I’ll let you know how mine turns out.

  14. Good Yarns says:

    I hope to make this one soon, after I get molasses from the store, that is!

  15. justine says:

    this looks great. i’ve been enjoying anadama bread lately and it’s great with pumpkin butter.

  16. Michelle says:

    Your bread looks great. I haven’t had much luck in the bread baking dept. but your recipe sounds delicious.
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  17. Lori says:

    Very beautiful. I have always wanted to make this kind of bread.

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  19. Richard Nau says:

    Hi, just made this anadama bread following your recipe and it is wonderful! Nice work on presentation Thanks

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