To the person who substituted all ingredients: you did not make the recipe so your comment is irrelevant.
From EatingWell: November/December 2009
The early American yeast bread, anadama bread, made with molasses and cornmeal, inspired these delicious dinner rolls. We think the sweet figs and floral aniseeds enhance the rich molasses flavor and make the rolls extra festive. Any type of cornmeal works in this recipe, but we especially like how stone-ground cornmeal looks on top of the rolls.
3 Reviews for Fig-Anise Rolls
Absolutely wonderful. I replaced Molasses with Sorghum, left Anis out and exchanges Figs with Rasins. Loved by everybody.
These rolls are delicious. My family and friends loved them!! I converted the recipe to a bread machine. I put all of the liquids in first ( do not heat the liquids)and then the flours and the yeast was last ( dry). The figs went in during the second knead. I am going to try it as a bread only tonight!
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