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“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part CVI: Our Hawaiian Chef presents another Tropical Fruit Bakery Item: Mango Quickbread—as Ono as it gets!” by Chef Cheryl La Tigre


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CLASSIC QUICKBREADS AND MUFFINS, PART CVI


“Classic Quickbreads and Muffins, Part CVI: Our Hawaiian Chef presents another Tropical Fruit Bakery Item: Mango Quickbread—as Ono as it gets!” by Chef Cheryl La Tigre


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Bakersfield, CA, 08-17-2013 Saturday: Aloha, friends, welcome to the 1,000th blogpost of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, a monumental accomplishment in the life of ANY blog!  We do realize that there are many more blogs online that have been around since the early days of blogging but hey, we are very proud of this achievement, it is a defining moment and we hope that all of the other blogs out there will offer us their gratitude and kudos!  I think that as Stinkbug and Moses Scharbug III have told me since I became a blogger here, had the original blog—the one they started in 2009 at Choseit.com—had not been closed down, they would be closer to 1,500-1,700, which would have put them even farther ahead!  Unfortunately, I share their despair over the fact that the Obama Administration used their blog as a test case for seizing control of the Internet in times of trouble because that did not seem like the right thing to do.  The government could have temporarily suspended them instead of closing them down completely.  It is cases like this that cause the normal American to be fearful of BIG government but it was only an isolated event, just them and maybe 100 others around the nation. 

  Anyhow, welcome to the Saturday edition of the blog, a time when we normally slow down and have some fun, because most people do not visit us on the weekend, which means we can talk about whatever it is we wish to cover!  I have to admit, visiting Bakersfield, California, and the business offices out here north of the river in Oildale, California, is sometimes exciting and most of the time interesting.  On the one hand, I have a difficult time with the summer heat because 90-percent of the time back home, we have the trade winds blowing.  Now, the other 10 percent of the time, they fail to send the breezes we need to keep us cool because the bulk of the population does NOT enjoy the luxury of either heating or cooling.  Their windows are what heats or cools their homes, apartments, or rooms because when it’s hot, we open them and when it’s cool, we close them.  The one fact of life we have to face is that in the neighborhoods in which, the ‘locals’ live, if we all had air conditioning, the amount of power we would need to provide the electricity would far outlast our abilities to produce it.  For one thing, our power bills have gone up because the more people come here to live and work among us, the greater our needs of generation.   Many people who come here for the first time and come during the wintertime are somewhat shocked when they discover that it does get COLD during the winter, especially on Maui!  The reason for this is that it does snow atop Haleakala and then when the winds blow across the isthmus, they bring the icy chill of the snow from 10,000 feet and above.  Trust me, it gets very cold at times and one occasionally hears tourist crying about not having the ‘proper clothing’ and oh, boo hoo!

Well, there is not much we can do for those folks other than to tell them to ‘close their windows’ because most of us do not have fireplaces either, maybe a fire pit, if we’re lucky, but that is few and far between.  We make do with what we have and enjoy it that is the number one thing in life, which is a truism of life!  Okay, today, we are going to make something that I am quite fond of, something I think you will, enjoy, too, it is that good!  What I am going to show you today is a recipe for Quick Mango Bread, a tasty treat if ever there be one, I love working with mangos as they are sort of like the ‘flipside’ of the papaya, tangy, brassy, and sassy!  I know you will love it and like papayas, you can find them most anywhere, particularly in specialty grocery stores if you live somewhere like Illinois or Michigan!  Here’s the recipe:
(#0073-a) QUICK MANGO BREAD



One of the great things about today’s America is the fact that we have a wide variety of fruits and vegetables from all over the world.  In the ‘old days,’ all we had what was either available in the world or what was shipped in from either California or Florida.  Nowadays, we have so many different produce products that not to use something unusual seems to be almost a sin.  This bread is a product of just such a philosophy on the preparation of baked goods in that I saw these marvelous mangos in the local grocery store and snapped up a good-sized bag to take home and put to use.  This quickbread is a result of that line of thought and all I can say is that after tasting the finished bakery product, I knew it was the best choice possible! 

Yield:  one 9-x-5-inch loaf / Mis-en-place: 20 minutes prep-time / 1-1.25 hours bake time:




Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
The Mangoes:
2
Medium
Ataulfo Mangos, peeled, pitted, and diced

The Dry Mix:
2.5
Cups
All-purpose flour

.5
Cup
Cake flour

1
Tablespoon
Nonfat dry milk

1
Tablespoon
Bob’s Red Mill soy flour

1.5
Teaspoons
Baking powder

.75
Teaspoon
Baking soda

.5
Teaspoon
Salt

.25
Teaspoon
Ground coriander

.5
Cup
Minced walnuts
Optional
2
Teaspoons
Lemon zest

The Wet Mix:
2
Large
AA eggs

.75
Cup
Granulated sugar

3/8
Cup
Crisco shortening
Softened
1
Cup
Sour cream

.25
Cup
Whole milk

2
Teaspoons
Vanilla extract

1
Tablespoon
Torani’s mango syrup

Basting Agent:
.25
Cup
Clarified butter

The Finish:
2
Cups
Powdered sugar

2
Teaspoons
Torani’s mango syrup

1
Teaspoon
Vanilla sugar

2-3
Teaspoons
Pineapple or pear juice



Method:

1.      Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! Prepare the mangos as directed making sure that you use only the ripest fruit; set aside.

2.      The Day of Baking: prepare the pan first: use nothing but reflective stainless steel or aluminum pans as they repel the heat rather than draw it in, darkening the sides of your loaf in the process.  This is precisely what dark bakeware does so never use it.  Yes, it is cheaper than the stainless steel but use what professionals use, reflective bakeware.  Spray it with PAM or some such other food release spray (except olive oil!), then line it with a paper liner or wax paper, and spray that with PAM, too. 

3.      Preheat your standard oven to 350°F or your convection oven—fan in the “on” position—to 300°F.  Double-sift the first EIGHT ingredients together; then stir in the walnuts, lemon zest, and set aside for the time being. 

4.      Beat the eggs with the granulated sugar and until the mixture is creamed.  (Chef’s Note: you can accomplish this by using an electric mixer equipped with a PADDLE attachment and not a whip.  A whip beats too much air into the batter possibly causing it to fall during the baking process so avoid this pitfall if you can).  Add the softened shortening and combine well.  (Chef’s Note: when you add the shortening, many times the mixture appears broken but this has no effect on the finished product so do not stress yourself over it; it is fine!) Finally, add the sour cream, milk, vanilla, syrup, and diced mangos, blending well at medium-low speed.

5.      Now, using the least amount of rotations necessary, blend the DRY ingredients with the WET.  Do not worry about lumps—they will cook out during the baking process.  Rotate on slow speed so as not to overdevelop the gluten in the flour and when combined, stop mixing.   

6.      Have a pot of hot water atop the stove and when the oven is hot, place a pie pan on the oven floor and bathe the oven in steam.  This is similar to what professional bakeries do with their steam-injected ovens.

7.      Now, scoop the batter into your prepared loaf pan.  Using a rubber spatula dipped in warm water, gently smooth the top back and forth so that it is as level as possible.  Then, tenderly shake the pan to settle its contents, then place on the middle oven rack of your preheated oven, set the timer for about 1:15 minutes noting that you might need to add another 4-5 minutes to the end time.

8.      When time is up, check the loaf for doneness by inserting the blade of a sharp paring knife into the center of the bread.  If it exits “clean,” you have baked your loaf and it is time to remove it; however if it is NOT ready, continue baking it another 4-5 minutes until you finish it taking care to tent it with a piece of foil if it appears to be overbrowning.  If it begins to over-brown, tent it with a piece of foil until it is finished. 

9.      As soon as  you have baked the loaf, place it atop a cooling rack, brush it with the clarified butter to give it both an attractive sheen and a buttery flavor and then after 2-3 minutes, gently rap the pan to loosen the loaf, remove, and finish cooling it.  As it cools, combine the ingredients listed under the “Finish” using your electric mixer and the WHIP attachment.  Put the sugar into the bowl first, then add the flavorings and finish with whatever amount of pineapple or pear syrup to make a firm glaze. 

10. Now, when the loaf is completely cool, slice it with a sharp serrated-edge bread slicer placing each slice atop a cooling rack.  Swirl the glaze back and forth over the slices giving them a ribbony appearance of sugary glaze—your bread is now ready to present to the guests.  Serve atop a doily-lined serving tray with whipped butter and powdered sugar.

11. When completely cool, wrap leftover slices or the loaf in plastic wrap, seal it airtight in a Zip-Loc freezer bag, and use within 5-7 days for best usage.  After that, use it in bread puddings or whatever else and bake fresh.  You can defrost it overnight at room temperature (lightly covered with plastic wrap so as not to get overly moist) or in the microwave.   

This is one of my favorites and apparently, everyone else’s due to the mangos, which is a fruit one seldom sees in baked goods unless, of course, they live in a tropical area.  There is something amazingly delicious about mangos baked in a quickbread or muffin and this is not only tasty, it is beautiful!

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This is a photo of me back in the 1980’s when I was working at a hotel in Honolulu, HI, on Waikiki Beach.  I began my career in the early 1970’s when I apprenticed to cook under one of the masters on the Big Island where I was born.  I moved to Oahu in the early 1980’s after having worked in both Kona and Hilo, HI, and have been there for most of my professional career.  I have also worked on Maui for a few years (1995-1998) and have been on Kauai (2001-2003) before returning to Honolulu.  My goal is to prepare the next generation of chefs for the future and to help the underprivileged in their struggle to attain careers in the foodservice industry.
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