I made this Mango Nut Bread and it turned out quite good. I substituted the vegetable oil with equivalent butter and the walnuts with some dates and cashews. Simple recipe and turned out well.
Love it! Have made it twice in a week! It got over THAT fast!
Its a moist bread hence it wont be like a regular bread. But it was not crumbly for me. I am guessing you probably tried to slice it when it came out of the oven? Letting it rest for some time and cool helps with better slicing.
Yes, thats what I meant - to add an additional 1/4 cup to replace 2 egg whites. The bread will lack some of the fluffiness without the egg though :)
I am not sure personally, but its worth a try :) I sure would experiment next time I try this recipe again :)
Nope I dont think so - I used the same combo if u see the pic. I am just wondering how your batter wud have come out thick!! mm....
I dunno about the Oven part since I dont own an M/W oven. When trying to adapt recipes for your Oven, always make sure to read up on your manual. The temperature might be either too high or too low for your oven when adapting it to recipes from regular oven. Also make sure to check on it regularly until you know what temperature works for your oven instead of leaving it on for 15-20 minutes and then checking due to which it got burnt. Changing only almond will not cause the batter to go stiff...I am not sure why it was stiff in the first place..Did you use beaten egg whites along with oil?
They wont melt - will just be soft--DK
I havent tried with ragi flour personally for baking hence I am not really sure how it will turn out! I think adding that flour could be tricky in this recipe since I feel the flavors wont match! But I am not really sure of it - try experimenting! Who knows - you might get your hands on a goldmine! :) --DK
I do not own a convection oven hence I do not have an authority to give you any help on the same. :(. But from what I have heard you can follow almost all the instructions by using m/w safe bowls and usually reducing the temperature of your oven from the prescribed one in the recipe. For example if the recipe says 400F, then try preheating yours at 350F. Further than that, I can only assume that your manual for the oven will provide further details. If I get to know more info - will update this comment for sure :) --DK
You can leave out the essence if you dont get your hands on it. It wont make that huge a difference :) --DK
I have given the substitute right next to the eggs in the ingredients section. You can use it or your own substitute for the same :)--DK