My grandmother's Portuguese Sweet Bread recipe. If you love a sweet yeasty bread, than this is for you. Don't overwork the bread and make sure it's a tacky consistency for the first rise, not the typical dry dough of other breads.
So very glad I found this recipe! It is the same recipe my mother used when I was a child. A few differences in the steps (and no mention of putting dyed Easter eggs in it) but I think the outcome will be what I remember.
Fluffy one hour dinner rolls-- they were the BEST fast rolls I've ever had or made. I let the dough rise a bit longer of a first rise in the warm oven before shaping, and I made 16 smaller rolls and let them rise to fill a roasting pan. I also brushed t