Brown Sugar-Raisin Bread

Brown sugar is granulated sugar combined with molasses to make a soft, richly flavored sweetener. Two main types are available, light and dark. Light brown sugar, also called golden, contains a relatively small amount of molasses and gives a delicate yet distinctive flavor to breads. Dark brown sugar has a higher molasses content and is moister with a more assertive flavor. Measure brown sugar by firmly packing it into a measuring cup. It should retain the shape of the cup when tapped out.
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Rochester, MN
May 23, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Amazing Bread!!
May 23, 2013
I picked up the WS Bread cookbook, and this recipe is in it. I LOVE the cookbook, every recipe turns out perfect. I too had a gap in my spiral, just on the top. Aside from that, which isn't an issue with the recipe, this bread is amazing. I was out of raisins so I used craizins and dried plums. Divine. So delicious toasted with butter... makes two large loaves, but doesn't last long in my house, we ate it up so fast!!! Highly recommend!!
Pros: Yield, Easy, Kid-Friendly, Healthy, Appearance, Adaptable, Will Make Again
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