Cornish Saffron Bread

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A type of tea bread that originated in the Cornwall area of England. It is one of the most popular currant breads in England. The currant laced dough, which is usually prepared with all-purpose flour, is yeast leavened and is enriched with butter and milk. It is flavored and colored with saffron strands that give the bread an attractive yellow coloring. Cornish saffron bread is also flavored with nutmeg, cinnamon, golden raisins, and ground almonds.

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