Fresh Mango Bread - Tuesdays with Dorie

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Food Librarian - Fresh Mango Bread
Fresh Mango Bread. Deliciousness in a carb.

For this week's Tuesdays with Dorie selection, Kelly of Baking with the Boys selected Fresh Mango Bread on page 45 of Dorie's book, Baking: From My Home to Yours.

I love mangos! Plain mangos. Mangos with chili pepper. Mango lassi. Oh yes, I heart mango!

Food Librarian - Fresh Mango Bread
I cut the bread into little pieces to make it easier for my co-workers to grab a bite. The pottery is my platter from Gary Holt Pottery in Berkeley, California (see this for more info).

This recipe took 2 1/2 small mangos to get the right amount of diced mango. The bread was very very easy to mix and put together. I skipped the raisins and went all mango, all the time.

Food Librarian - Fresh Mango Bread
While baking, I thought the bread would overflow out of the pan! It really doomed up...but then fell while cooling. That happens a lot with my breads...they are such a tease in the oven.

Food Librarian - Fresh Mango Bread
The bread had a nice blend of spices, and the fresh mango was delicious. Be sure to check out the other Tuesdays with Dorie bakers! You can find the recipe on Kelly's website Baking with the Boys or buy Dorie's great book!
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steph- whisk/spoon said... [Reply to comment]

i could just pluck a piece right off that pretty platter--looks tasty!

Marthe said... [Reply to comment]

This bread really rose a lot!! I filled my muffin liners halfway and still had some muffintop!!

Steph said... [Reply to comment]

I love mangoes too!! I almost didn't want to add it into the bread and eat the whole thing myself. I love the crust you got on your bread. it looks really good.

Pamela said... [Reply to comment]

It looks delicios and I love the platter it's on, too. I skipped the raisins, they just didn't seem right to me. Wonderful job.

MJ said... [Reply to comment]

ooo this looks great! is it really sweet from the mango?

Linda said... [Reply to comment]

I love mangos too, but this recipe didn't win me over. Your mention of a mango lassi is making me crave one right now - looks like i'm going out for Indian food tonite!

BTW, have to mention again, I love your plate --- so perfect so showcase your beautiful loaf.

Eliana said... [Reply to comment]

Your mango bread looks fantastic. And I love the platter too.

Jessica said... [Reply to comment]

I'm glad to know that the bread settles down eventually. I just put mine in the oven about 30 min ago and it looks like it's ready to explode with an hour to go!
It looks delicious and I love the way that you cut it into slices for easy grabbing.

Audrey said... [Reply to comment]

What a beautiful bread tray! (I know that's not what I'm supposed to be looking at...) It's interesting that our breads all look different...I cut my mango into tiny dice and it disappeared. Yours is so pretty with those golden chunks!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Looks delicious!

Susan C said... [Reply to comment]

Glad to see that two of my favorite things - mangoes and that fabulous platter - are the stars of the show.

vibi said... [Reply to comment]

WOW! Love the service plate... It carries somekind of ressemblance with the bread even! The edges are very similar! ...okay, no, I'm not high... just very visual, whimsical and imaginative! LOL But I hold my point of vue... they look similar.

And oh! Yes... the bread looks wonderful! of course, as usual! LOL

eatme_delicious said... [Reply to comment]

Mmm looks great. Love the pottery!

Esi said... [Reply to comment]

I heart the mango too. This is fantastic!

Irene said... [Reply to comment]

Oooh I see the beautiful pottery from your visit up north!

Teanna said... [Reply to comment]

WOWOWOWOW! Those photos are OUTSTANDING! I want that whole platter of mango bread - I LOVED this recipe!

Banjo said... [Reply to comment]

Well done, looks perfect!

Megan said... [Reply to comment]

All mango, all the time - that's just how I like it.

Sara said... [Reply to comment]

Mmmm, looks delicious! With all these TwD posts popping up today, I definitely have to give this one a try...I love mangoes!

Melissa @ For the Love of Health said... [Reply to comment]

oh that would be so good!! right now! :-)


Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

gorgeous gorgeous pictures!

Madam Chow said... [Reply to comment]

The bread and the platter look wonderful. And the bread was fantastic!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Your bread looks fantastic! I heart mango too.

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

All mango, all the time is definitely the way to go. Your little chunks of mango really stand out. Gorgeous pottery, too...

Cristine said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful bread!

Mary said... [Reply to comment]

The pottery is so time I am in SF, I have to go there.

sunita said... [Reply to comment]

Your mango bread looks delish!But I also love what it is sitting on too :-)

Soy*Baby said... [Reply to comment]

Love your pictures. Looks great.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Lovely! Mine domed, too. . . and then overflowed.

The Blonde Duck said... [Reply to comment]

I'm drooling in envy.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Your bread looks great, and what a cool platter!

Cathy said... [Reply to comment]

Your mango bread looks perfect! I like how you went full speed ahead on the mangoes here. Your photos are gorgeous!

farah said... [Reply to comment]

Your loaf looks perfect. Mine did overflow but thankfully my family were only interested in the taste, delicious! Great job!

Jodie said... [Reply to comment]

That happens to my breads, too! Maybe it's CA. Yours looks great!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

Your bread looks amazingly moist! This was my first time eating mangoes and I now love them too!

Tammy said... [Reply to comment]

I love that first shot of your mango bread. It looks fabulous!

Jaime said... [Reply to comment]

another mango lover :) i love that plate!

Elyse said... [Reply to comment]

This bread looks absolutely fabulous! Yay for Berkeley; that's where I live :) Hmmm, I wish I could reach into the computer and grab a slice of this magnificent bread!

Rachel said... [Reply to comment]

It is mango season in India and they don't last once bought home to go into a bread as wondeful as this!

Judy said... [Reply to comment]

The bread looks delicious, and I Love the platter. The pottery store sounds like a dangerous place!

Audrey said... [Reply to comment]

Hello again...thank you for all your visits and nice comments! Here's one of the mini bundt pans...
Sur La Table has another shape, too (look under Bundt pans!) I collected four different ones...from different stores - I love them! And they work beautifully!

Shari said... [Reply to comment]

This looks perfect! And did you have any left over for the second day?! Beautiful!!

chocolatechic said... [Reply to comment]

It doesn't look like you added raisins either.

Your bread looks fabulous and I love that pottery platter.

Amy of Sing For Your Supper said... [Reply to comment]

What gorgeous pictures!! I especially love the second one! Your bread looks great - I love the big chunks of mango in it!


Leslie said... [Reply to comment]

I'm probably weird (probably? definitely!) but I LOVE the crusty edges when it overruns the pan. I'm glad you went 100% mango for this one and loved it.

Peggy said... [Reply to comment]

Great bread and I love love love your dish that you have it photographed in! I guess you and I share the love of mangoes. . .

Di said... [Reply to comment]

Looks good! And I still have serious platter envy... =)

Maria said... [Reply to comment]

The bread looks fantastic!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

I love the way your bread has curly side tops. I hope that makes sense. Very nicely presented. Once again, coworkers benefit from TWD.

Hindy said... [Reply to comment]

Your bread is picture perfect! Well done.

Mermaid Sews said... [Reply to comment]

Wow, what great photos, and I am so going to that place in Berkeley. Next time you come to SF let me know!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Oh, I am so jealous! I used to to TWD and I really miss it. This looks super good. I am jealous you are in much great food there!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Your mango bread looks fantastic, especially on the platter! I love mangoes too! Next time I'm ditching the raisins and going all mango too.

Welcome to our crazy blessed life said... [Reply to comment]

mmmm this looks delicious! I made muffins and took some to my coworkers as well. Great recipe!

Carol Peterman/TableFare said... [Reply to comment]

Your bread looks great. I had a lot of batter hit the oven floor while baking. What stayed in the pan was so delicious!

Liz said... [Reply to comment]

All mango, all the time! Holla! LOVE the dish, by the way--I can't decide which is prettier, the bread or the platter. :)

Nancy/n.o.e said... [Reply to comment]

Oooh, beautiful version with all mango. Just lovely. And perfect presentation.

spike. said... [Reply to comment]

looks beautiful (mine sank a bit). mmm, now I'm thinking about mango lassis

PheMom said... [Reply to comment]

That all looks so wonderful! My bread did the same thing so I guess my oven is a tease as well!

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

All mango all the time - I love it! Thanks for baking along this week.

AmyRuth said... [Reply to comment]

Yours looks really pretty. Makes me hungry looking at it. Great job

Erin said... [Reply to comment]

What a beautiful bread! I love the picture of the slices.

Engineer Baker said... [Reply to comment]

What a tease - too funny! It looks gorgeous!

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betty geek said... [Reply to comment]

Hehe, I liked it, too! I love the texture and the flavors of this recipe.

That platter is pretty nice. Feel free to donate it to me. ;)

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