May 19, 2023 - 5:51pm
Portuguese Sweet Bread
This is what 14+ pounds of PSB dough looks like after it is turned into sandwich rolls and a loaf. The loaf was egg-washed, the rolls were not. The rolls are for a church picnic tomorrow.
I used Mark Sinclair’s Back Home Bakery recipe to make a double batch.
That looks great Paul, is PSB the bread that is most often served in Portugal? When I was in Portugal there was always a white roll served with your meal, but I don’t recall it being sweet.
Benny, those would probably be what I call "pops." Delicious, simple rolls, always fresh.
The bread severed in the breakfast everyday is different from the bread here.
The definitive guide to bread in Portugal
Papo Secos ~ Portuguese Rolls
Massa sovada akaPortuguese sweet bread is sweet brioche-like bread.
I’m sure your picnic is going to really enjoy these.
I'm late to the party, but Wow, do those ever look good.