If you liked this recipe, here are some similar dishes you may enjoy. Pande Muerto is a light and sweet Mexican Day of the Dead bread, traditionally spiced with ground anise and brushed with an orange glaze
The she sent me the recipe and told me to enjoy it. Pile high with a handmade sign on top announcing it “hecho en casa” (homemade) After describing to her that wonderful sweet morsel I had, she told me simply, “mija, esta hablando de un simple pande elote” (girl, you are talking about a simple corn bread)
Add anise seeds, salt and La Lechera mixture to yeast mixture and stir to combine. With a little help from NESTLÉ, the process was easier than expected and I think with a little time, I could replicate their Pande Muertos recipe at home
Add the soft butter, the salt, the rest of the sugar and the eggs (one by one). Pande Jamón. First, it was only made with ham filling, then some other fillings where added including walnuts, almonds and even capers, until it became the version that we know today
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