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Very nice and moist. It is very dense. I made one loaf and 6 muffins with this recipe. Made for ZWT 5.
I have made this bread exactly as the recipe is written, but yesterday I made it using strawberry puree, pecans and just for fun, I tossed in 1/4 cup dark chocolate bits. Either way, this is a great recipe. Everyone loved it. Thanks for posting.
The bread was OK, but I have to agree with YungB that it was too dense and heavy, even for a quick bread. It might have turned out better with less papaya. I made some into mini-loaves and some into muffins, and the muffins turned out slightly better and more solid. I didn't care for the strong taste of papaya so I added a dash of nutmeg and 1/8 teaspoon of cloves.
The bread itself tastes good but the texture is too dense and wet. I baked the 2nd loaf a bit longer to see if it would help and it didn't. The crust got kinda crispy but the inside was still gooey. And I followed the recipe exactly too. :(
This bread turned out great!! Hubby made it in the Sun Oven today and I really enjoyed the nice moist yummy bread. He used whole wheat flour and natural cane sugar.
Very good bread. I love not using any oil. Means I can have an extra slice with no excess calorie guilt. Very moist and my nephew enjoyed 1/3 of the loaf by himself.....LOL Thank you, I will make this again soon.
I made this to take to work this morning. It was gone in a flash. Very moist and doesn't even use oil in the recipe. I luckily had 2 cups of papaya on hand since I had just bought a huge one to cut up for after dinner dessert. Thanks for a good recipe.