Original recipe yields 10 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
I doubled the recipe and made a traditional loaf and the loaf shape described here. The bread has an unusual taste because of the anise seed and is kind of like eating soft pizzelles. I think ...
I don't normally care for anise, but I enoy it in this bread. In my home we make this bread for St. Joseph Day, March 19!
This a great-tasting bread and very easy to make. I will be making it again this year on Mar.19, in honor of St. Joseph. It is a tradition in the small Western NY town I grew up in.