Called "Pan de Muerto" in Mexico, this bread is baked for the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration. It's a sweet bread with orange rind and anise seed.
Took shortcuts. I baked a practice loaf but didn't need to as it turned out excellent. Good texture and flavour. I also used my bread machine on the dough cycle. Couldn't be easier, which is a good thing because my son is baking the next loaf. - 18 Jul 2008
I made this for my Spanish class. It is sweet on the outside and a wholesome taste on the inside. I've had it once before, and my professor said it was excellent - 18 Jul 2008
My daughter made this for her Spanish class. It was so easy. She got it right on the first try! - 18 Jul 2008