Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Eggless Mini Mango Bread #BreadBakers





  For this Month’s Bread Bakers Mirelle from  The Schizo Chef.
gave us the theme to make bread with stone fruit. The first fruit came to my mind on seeing the theme was the mango.




 As mango is in season and easily available stone fruit in my place , I decided to make bread with it.

  I was hesitant to use it in making yeasted bread , so made this simple quick bread. The colour of bread from the addition of mango puree was so  good and appealing.

 Mango being the King of fruits  and a common fruit in Tropical regions , rich in vitamin A and good for eye sight.



Requirements :

All purpose flour – 2 cup
Sugar – ½ cup
Mango Puree – 1 ½  cup
Baking Powder – ½  tsp
Baking Soda  - ½ tsp
Greek Yogurt – ¼ cup
Cashew

Method :
 Sift together flour , baking soda and baking powder .

 In a bowl , add the yogurt and beat well. To this add the mango puree and sugar beat again.

Now , add the  flour mixture little at a time and fold in , don’t beat.

Pour into mould and place a cashew on top. I used small square muffin mould.

Bake in a preheated oven @ 180 * C for about 15 minutes or till the tooth pick inserted comes out clean.

Let the baking tray cool on wire rack and demould.

Eggless  Mini Mango Bread are ready to serve.

The bread tastes delicious with the flavor of mango.

Note :

I didn’t add any flavoring agent. As we like the mango flavor I made it so.


If you wish you can add cinnamon , cardamom or other flavouring agents.




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    13 comments:

    1. The color of your bread is lovely! I bet it tastes as lovely too.

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    2. What a cute little bread! Love your use of mangos!

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    3. I love little breads like these. Mango sounds perfect in here!

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    4. I love mango and love that you used the puree to flavor this bread! They look perfect!

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    5. Beautiful color and I enjoy the individual size of the breads you made. Just right for sharing with friends.

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    6. i simply LOVED these eggless mini bakes - I am so making this !! thanks for sharing :)

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    7. How lucky that you have a fresh mango season!!

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    8. Such cutiea, beautifully portioned! !!

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    9. Perfect treat for summer. Your mini mango breads look great!

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    10. What an amazing looking mango bread. LOVE that color -- sooo inviting.

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    11. love that pan with the individual bread portions

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    12. These look lovely and tender. A real summer treat.

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