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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Fresh Mango Bread


                                                                           
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).

                                                                                                                                                        

Ingredients:
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 Egg
1 tbsp Lemon juice
1/2 Oil

Method:

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 Food has 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. 



                                                                                 

65 comments:

  1. Nice bread...looks nice soft n fluffy....seeing lots of mango bread recipes in blogs these days..I made once banana rawa cake in microwave even b4 I started blogging...:)

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  2. deepa this one has me hooked instantly- loved the sooji part of it not to mention mangoes- am bookmarking this !

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  3. Prathibha: This was real soft yaar. My hubby liked it very much.

    Priya: thanks dear. Nice to hear that you are going to try this

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  4. Looks really lovely..so soft and moist..the colour has also turned beautiful.

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  5. Hey Deepa, I love this! The crust with the generous sprinkle of sesame seeds looks wonderful, not to mention the flavoring of the bread with mango and cardamom...! A total WOW recipe!!

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  6. Wow. Mango bread looks delicious and awesome.
    Different combination of ingredients as well.Bookmarked
    South Indian Recipes

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  7. I love baking and this one looks so new to me...Mango Sooji Cake!! Wowwwww....bookmarked! :)

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  8. Looks so tempting and mouth watering mango bread.So colorful and flavorful recipe.

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  9. OMG !!.. What a delicious recipe.. looks simply amazing and tempting.. awesome clicks dear !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  10. Perfectly baked and super soft

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  11. Looks perfect n yum ...lovely colour ....

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  12. Flavorful bread,looks soft and delicious,can't wait to try this.

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  13. lookig yummy bread color is aso attractve and inviting

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  14. Dear Deepa
    This is really great! I will prefer to call it a cake though, very innovative ! Book marking it, not for baking but to add on to the list of dishes that I will eat at your place when I visit Blore :-)
    Kaku

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  15. wow..Thats a lovely bread using sooji..soft n moist ,perfect dear!!

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  16. Thats so flavourful.. Should try it out.. I have a tin of mango puree in my pantry..

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  17. very soft and moist looking bread and love the mango flavour in that

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  18. Omg, seriously bread looks tremendous,super spongy,highly irresistible and prefect..

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  19. Congrats on the awards.
    Bread look super delicious. Bookmarked.

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  20. Never hrd of mango bread earlier......but it surely looks awesome!!! Fluffy & melt in the mouth kind....God I am drooling!!!

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  21. Yum, what a lovely color :)

    Thanks Deepa for linking it to our bookmarked event :)

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  22. Oh dear... am totally in love with this moist spongy and crumbly cake... Love anything with mangoes... Bookmarking dear...

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  23. Nice soft mango bread... mangoes in bread...so exciting to try it out

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  24. This looks so soft and moist. Perfect treat for summer :)

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  25. Awesome cake..wat a coincidence deepa..I too baked mango cake yesterday looking at inji site..will post soon..but ur looks dfntly better than mine...hahhaha

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  26. Deepa fresh mango cake looks awesome, sure mango and semolina go hand in hand.

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  27. Gorgeous texture..everything sounds perfect today Deeps

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  28. Mango bread.. woww... never tried that... Looks awesome :D and delicious

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  29. New to me.....delicious sooji cake!!

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  30. mango bread looks so delicious..very tempting..love the color n texture..soft n yummy


    Event:COOK IT HEALTHY:PROTEINicious

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  31. I am in love with that wonderful golden yellow color n the amazing texture ~ too good!!
    Thanks a lot for linking to bookmarked event :)
    US Masala

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  32. omg super spongy, tempting, inviting mango bread...superb clicks..:)

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  33. looks awesome dear..lovely recipe.

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  34. Looks delicious; the sesame seeds are a nice touch :)

    http://ladyonaroof.blogspot.com/

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  35. this is a interesting recipe..love th etexture..and the slices are so beautiful..

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  36. Owh my! This is so pretty and inviting. Pass me some dear! :D

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  37. Tomorrow is a busy day.. I am baking mango cake!!!! Wow i can't wait.. it looks awesome!!!!!!!!
    AmmaandBaby

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  38. Loved reading ur post.... it came out perfectly.. im getting aroma here.. :)

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  39. That's a beautiful mango bread! And I love sooji cakes, I can imagine the delicious taste of this bread from the sooji! Thanks for sharing!

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  40. Superb! Looks very inviting...

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  41. wow nicely baked bookmarked ur recipe

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  42. Loved it....that was the first time i was tasting this semolina cake....delectable...simple recipe to go on....love that color too...

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  43. sooooo many mango recipes 2 choose from..m so craving some now

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  44. I love this...may be I'll make this today eve..thanks for sharing..:)

    Tasty Appetite

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  45. Delicious mango bread, lovely color and so soft & moist. Really want to taste these!
    There are few more awards coming your way. Please come by and pick it up :)

    Sesame Cookies and more Awards

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  46. Wow, what a lovely bread..liked the texture and the color..great job, Deepa!! Thanks for sharing the recipe..I have to try this one soon..

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  47. WOW Deepa...Baked to perfection like a pro!!! Love the nuttiness from the sesame :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  48. Wow!What a color mango cake looks delicious.

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  49. at first I thought this is insane! at the end, I totally fell in love with it, especially the pictures.

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  50. That bread picture makes me crave:). look at the texture....That snap tempts me to buy some mangoes:)

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  51. Dear Friends : Thanks a lot for all your appreciation. I never thought this recipe would be bookmarked so many times. Really appreciate your feedback.

    Deepa

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  52. Very innovative, unique and interesting recipe. Mango bread looks superb, soft, yummy and absolutely mind-blowing. What a brilliant presentation Deepa. Thanks for your lovely recipe.

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  53. Deepa....

    really amazing and interesting bread:)
    looks tempting and delicious :)

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  54. hey deepa.. thanks a lot for this one! As i said i made it.. omg! it came out so awesome.. !
    Just posted it now.. couldn't wait :D.
    AmmaabdBaby

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  55. I am totally trying this out this week - What a brilliant use of mangoes! LOVE IT and congrats too on your totally well deserved awards - hugs, priya

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  56. hii, first time here..this bread is looking soo gorgeous! it is a must try recipe and the pictures are too tempting..
    just started blogging, do visit me sometime
    lavina

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  57. Deepa, congrats on your awards. I loved this mango bread...looks so moist, fruity and yummy!!

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