When I was searching for Mango Bread recipe in the net, I found a site called Inji whose author is Mr. John Sebastian. I would like to thank him for inspiring me to prepare this bread. For the original recipe created by him click here. What I liked best about this bread was that it was made from Sooji. You can divide that batter into two loaves. This bread can also be made eggless (by omitting two tbsp of rice flour and add one more tbsp of mango pulp).
STEP 1: Dry Ingredients
2 cups and 2 tbsp of Semolina (sooji), fine quality
1 cup sugar, powered
2 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoon cardamom powder
2 teaspoon nutmeg powder
3 tablespoon rice flour
Pinch of salt
STEP 2: Wet ingredients
2 cups & 2 tbsp of Mango pulp
1 tbsp Lemon juice
Sieve all the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl and stir well with a spatula.
Mix all the wet ingredients well. Now slowly add the wet ingredients into the dry and whisk until it is smooth. Let this batter sit for 15 minutes so that semolina soaks up the liquid.
Preheat over to 180 Degree Celsius. Lightly grease a bread pan and dust with little flour. Pour the batter into the bread pan, sprinkle some white sesame seeds on top for decoration and bake it for 30 minutes. Check if the bread is evenly baked all over by inserting a toothpick in the center, if it comes out clean, it's ready.
Sending this recipe to Bookmarked Recipes by Aipi and Priya
Now comes the happiest part of my post, I have been showered by 2 blogger friends. Babli of Khana Masala who has an amazing blog has passed on bunch of awards to me, you can find many delicious Bengali recipes at her corner. And my another friend Shobha of Good Foodhas also shared few awards with me. She too has a wonderful blog. I want to thank both of them for passing their love to me. I'm not posting the awards here again as I already published them earlier.