4 Reviews

Delightful bread! Had to try it, as I love both tangerines and the lovely Big Sur coast!!! Doubled the zest and added in raisins, pecans, and coconut. Served for tea, and it was very well received by all! Made for Flour Power in the Photos Forum, April 2008, great recipe! Thanks Sharon 123!

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BecR April 07, 2008

I made this by the recipe except 1/2 it to make one loaf. I also added in all of the extras. This was so yummy and perfect for the cooler weather we are having. Mine took right at 55 minutes and it came out of the oven perfect. Thanks for posting such a yummy recipe!

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Pixie's Kitchen October 19, 2007

Nice taste and really pretty loaf. Could have been a bit sopicier for us, next time I will put in some ginger too I think. I did use half Splenda with no problem at all, and half oil, half applesauce. Great texture. Watch the time, my loaves were done at about 40 minutes.

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Kasha July 23, 2007

This is very tasty and moist. I might double the amount of tangerine zest next time, because I really like the flavor! I used 1/2 sugar and 1/2 Splenda, and added chopped walnuts. The coconut sounds like a good addition and will try that when I have some. Thanks for posting this!

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Mikekey July 22, 2007
Big Sur Carrot Tangerine Bread