Ready in 45 minutes
My son loves the sweet Hawaiian bread, this recipe is a perfect "copycat".
In a heavy duty stand mixer, beat the eggs then add the pineapple juice, sugar, ginger, vanill, and butter. Put 3 cups flour, iIn a seperate bowl. Using the dough hook slowly add the egg mixture. Mix until well combined the add yeast one packet at a time. Add the remaining 3 cups flour and mix until thoroughly combined. Cover the bowl with a cloth and set in a warm place to rise for 1 hour.
Remove from the bowl and knead in 1/2 c flour. Knead about 10 times. Shape into rolls or loafs. Place in greased and floured loaf pans. Cover and place in a warm area and let rise another hour.
Bake at 350 for 25-30 mins
Amarie77 2y agoCan I omit or replace the salted butter? That's the only ingredient I don't have on hand and I really want to try it today
Thawley64 2y agoWow! This is a really good recipe. I had a square baking pan that I used, which meant I had to turn the over lower and keep it in for longer. This bread got better each day (which it only lasted 3 days) My family couldn't stop eating it! I would make it again and again.
timsykora 2y agoThis turned out really well
stellamichelle 2y agoSave to favorites
Guamerica 3y agoMade this recipe but did two loaves instead of rolls. Came out very tasty!
cercy 3y ago
Barbwire53 4y agoAwesome Bread! This recipe turned out to be real easy. I tried it with my dough hook on my Kitchen Aid, ended up using a regular mixer to finish it.
Chauneko 5y agoIt turned out a little too pineappley in flavor and not quite as sweet as I'm used to. Otherwise it's a great recipe.
TheKitchenWitch 6y agoIf you prepare this in a bread machine, spray the top with cooking spray. This dough is a big riser. [I posted this recipe.]