3 Reviews

This recipe caused me some concern because the mix came out more like a batter than the sort of cake/tea bread mix i am used to. I worried (and am still not sure) if this was right or if i had made some mistake when converting from US cups to British imperial measures. But even the uncooked mix tasted divine and i so wanted this to work but was so worried it wouldn't. I needn't have worried it came out perfectly moist and absolutely wonderful. It did take slightly longer than the hour stated in the cooking time (1hr 15mins) but this may be due to it being too low in the oven. I used dried apple instead of dried pear cos thats what i had. I would recommend this recipe to anyone.

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samanthaflo September 14, 2003

The 2 of us here agree ~ This is one OUTSTANDING bread! I had planned to make it when we had some company around, but that didn't work out ~ We were so put out 'cause we then had to eat it all ourselves (much to our delight)! Easy to put together, great smell when it's cookin', & absolutely wonderful in the eating! Thanks much for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick A Chef event]

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Sydney Mike April 01, 2010

Just made this bread, and it is very good! I had dried mangoes and used those following the recipe. Didn't have orange juice, so used white grape juice, and added 1 tbsp orange zest to it. It smelled so good when it was baking, and will be great for breakfast with a cup of coffee. Thanks Deb, Carole in Orlando

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carole in orlando June 11, 2003
Dried Pear Bread