Recipe by Chinky Viola
"Get tropical with this mango-packed loaf enhanced with cinnamon and raisins. A wonderful summertime snack."
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1 1/4 cups
2 1/2 cups
mangos, peeled, seeded and chopped
Everytime I make this bread I plan on reviewing it - this time I finally did! This recipe is FABULOUS! Each time I make it, it comes out perfect. I have even used canned/frozen Mangos and it's even easier and just as delicious - thanks a bunch Chinky! :)
This was a very moist and quite delicious bread. I added about 1/4 c. mango nectar for added flavor. I would advise to strain the mango before adding to the batter as simply chopping or mashing the mango results in a very stringy bread. Otherwise I thought it was great!
I thought this recipe was great. The bread didn't really taste like mango but it was delicious anyway with a nice sweet flavor. I did think I had made a mistake before I stirred in the mango though. The batter before the mango was very thick. I was thinking about what liquid I could add; however, once the mangos were mixed in, the consistency was fine. I will definitly make this bread again even though my 17 month-old didn't really eat it. Everyone else loved it.
Totally awesome ! I never had any idea how good mango bread would be. My family loved it !
I made muffins instead of bread so I had to cut the cooking time in half. This is definatly a recipe that I highly recommend !!
Thanks Chinky !
I will give this bread 10 starts!! It is so very easy and you can not possibly go wrong with this easi recipe. And it tastes so good. Some people mentioned that it's not easy to peel the mango, but when you use a vegetable/fruit peeler, and knows the basic steps/direction to peel, it's so easy, and again it tastes so good.
I made this bread for a pot luck and work and everyone was so impressed. It's got a very light texture and stays so moist - even my boyfriend, who doesn't like fruit bread thought it was lovely!
my kids loved it! they kept asking for more. it's true it doesn't taste like mangos, which isn't a bad thing, since mangos can taste kind of funky if it isn't perfectly ripe. it's definitely moist, but not soggy. great taste even though i decreased the amount of sugar.
This mango bread was a hug success! Everyone who tried it loved it! Very moist and without an overpowering mango taste. The only recipe I'll ever use for mango bread.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chinky's Mango Bread
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 80
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