Monday, November 28, 2011

Eggless Persimmon White Chocolate Bread

Its persimmon's peak season here, they are dead cheap and tastes excellent as salad or as salsa, finally i decided to make some quick bread with fresh persimmon puree and white chocolate..After having as fruit salad for so many times, none at home wanted to have them..This wonderful looking bread is completely eggfree and definitely healthy as i used whole wheat flour,we enjoyed having this fabulous looking bread simply with a bowl of warm milk for our sunday's breakfast and with a cup of coffee for our evening snacks..Seriously i felt its one of the best and better way to sneak this wonderful fruits..If you have hard time in feeding this persimmon fruits to your kids,do try out this wonderful quick bread..Sending to Julie's Christmas Delicacy and Srivalli's Deceptively Delicious guest hosted by Pavani.


1cup Whole wheat flour
1cup All purpose flour
1+1/2cups Persimmon puree
1/2cup Sugar
1tsp Baking powder
1tsp Baking soda
1/4cup Butter
1/4cup Canola oil
1/2cup White chocolate (chopped roughly)
1tbsp Lemon juice
1/2tsp Nutmeg powder
1/4tsp Cinnamon powder
Few melon seeds

Beat together the butter and sugar for few minutes, add now the persimmon puree,canola oil,lemon juice,nutmeg powder,cinnamin powder  and keep aside..

Persimmon fruits

Preheat the oven to 350F..Mix together the whole wheat flour,all purpose flour,baking powder and baking soda in a bowl, gradually add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients until the flour get mixed,but dont overmix..fold gently the chopped white chocolate to the batter,pour it in a greased loaf mould and sprinkle the melon seeds as per need over the batter..

Bake for 30-35minutes until a skewer inserted comes out clean..cool it completely and enjoy with a cup of coffee or tea..


55 comments:

  1. Never heard of Persimmon, still now doubt the bread looks too good!

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  2. Persimmon is an amazingly tasty fruit and it disappears before we realise it in our home! Love the idea of making a bread with it.

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  3. I second Kaveri. Have not heard of it or do I really know it Priya. The bread has got an awesome color though.

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  4. never heard of this fruit Priya.. Do post a pic of this if possible.and the bread looks delectable

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  5. it's a fine bake with persimmon ! lovely

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  6. I have never tasted persimmon..now your post is tempting me to try this..and I always love fruits in bakes.

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  7. dont think this fruit is available here in India...anyway the bread looks cool..moist n fresh!!

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  8. love such lightly swwetend breads for breakfast.

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  9. white chocolate bread? that's interesting. it looks good! don't forget to check out my blog http://a-day-in-the-life-of-luma.blogspot.com/

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  10. Never heard of this. Its interesting and new to me. Tempting and moist...

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  11. A very healthy and splendid bread..That's completely a revelation priya.

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  12. Persimmon? Never use it in baking. Usually eat it fresh.

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  13. Priya,

    bread is tastier in this way than the old wheat bread.

    cheers,

    hema.

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  14. I like that fruit..but we don't get it very easily here..nicely done bread

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  15. Very new to me Yumm and Super inviting Moist and Spony Bread.Luv it.

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  16. lovely bake...... gud that u added the image of perssimmon

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  17. Mouthwatering chocolate bread,looks so spongy.

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  18. Never heard of persimmon..How exactly is it to look at?? And the bread is moist & inviting ;)
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  19. bread looks tasty & looks spongy too....

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  20. wow ...what a wonderful idea and recipe ...looks fab

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  21. I never heard of this fruit before but it's looks so inviting and delih too Priya:)

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  22. I love persimons priya I can have them any time of the day, and I bet this this very delicious as well:)

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  23. wow that's an interesting one..you really use so many exotic stuff..:)

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  24. This is new fruit to me too,now I know the name and looks,i will look out for this in supermarket :) Nice bake !!

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  25. I am a huge fan of quick breads..love the cake-y texture of this one!

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  26. Bread looks awesome. Never heard of this fruit.Innovative Idea.

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  27. Me too never tasted this fruits,should try it...btw cake looks wonderful!!

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  28. Soft and moist,looks delicious dear..

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  29. Have never tasted this fruit dear but must say the bread looks awesome.


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  30. Wow...nice fruit I had this fruit yesterday...loved the taste. Making bread with it is a different one..love to give it a try

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  31. This looks and sounds delicious. I love the recipes you share with us. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  32. never heard of it until now, thats y i love being part of BM, opens the gates to world of unknowns., perfect looking bread. It looks like gooseberries to me though, any similarity

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  33. I have one recipe for permission cake....waiting for the fruit though.....lovely flovours

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  34. this is new to me..cake looks yumm

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  35. The fruit is flooding here too, the bread looks perfect!

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  36. First time I know this fruits priya. Anyway thanks for sharing now and for the wonderful recipe.

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  37. saw these but never tried them....the cake looks wonderful!..good one to try!

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  38. I love persimmon and this looks fantastic Priya.

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  39. Mouthwatering chocolate bread,looks so spongy.

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  40. I am drooling Priya..your bread looks perfect !!!
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  41. That looks incredibly moist...love the addition of white chocolate!

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  42. I have only ever made a kesari with it. I should give your bread a try! Wonderful bread!

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  43. I love Persimmon.I have never used in cooking though. Bread looks perfect..

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  44. I had persimmons for the first time a couple of weeks ago - the coating on the tongue that they leave was quite unique -Interesting to see bread made with it!

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  45. never tried this fruit...interesting recipe

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  46. I don't think we can obtain persimmon puree in our stores, I would have to cook up quite a few persimmons, which really is expensive here, to make puree out of it!
    Lovely, and delicious bread!
    I could go on, and on, scrolling down on your posts, and get very, very, hungry at this point!

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  47. I have not tried persimmon yet though I see them regularly. Your bread looks nice.

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