I made this bread today. Mmmmm! Like Susan, this is the 1st time that I have worked with mangoes. It was fabulously tasty, but I have to ask Gail a question about appearance and texture.
I baked it for the specified hour and then it was dark on the outside but still seemed to be a little too moist on the inside so I baked it for an extra 5 minutes. It then got even darker on the outside and a bit drier on the inside.
I took it out of the oven and then went for a walk. When I came back, I treated myself to a slice and it was very tasty and moist but I was wondering if it was too moist? I realize that the mangoes and oil make a moist bread but is it supposed to be on the sticky side? I'm almost thinking that the mangoes add moisture, that maybe the oil could be cut back a bit. Since you make this often, what is the usual texture?
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