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This fun loaf of bread is sponsored by Red Star Yeast, and I am happy to give you my honest opinions about the entire delicious process.
Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, I came across a recipe for Santa Fe Chili Bread on the Red Star Yeast website. After I read the list of ingredients, I was hooked. The list included cornmeal, chili powder, and (are you ready for this?) refried beans!
How could you not try something like that?
Fresh out of the oven
This tasty bread would be a perfect complement to any Mexican-themed meal, especially to one on your Cinco de Mayo menu. It's hearty but soft, and has the perfect touch of southwestern flavor.
Delicious all on it's own, it also made incredible grilled cheese sandwiches.
The next day, I cut a couple of thick slices into cubes and toasted them for the best taco salad topping ever.
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