Friday, September 20, 2013

Healthy Eggless Tutti-Fruity (candied fruit) Bread Recipe

Tutti-Fruity is made using raw papaya. Raw papaya is cut into small pieces and boiled in colorful sugar syrup. These pieces are then dried and now called Tutti-Fruity. It is mostly used in bread, cake, ice-cream, custard etc. Tutti-Fruity bread is available in bakeries across India and now it is available in Indian stores in USA as well. It is loved by kids a lot. Breads available in market are made using all-purpose flour (maida)  and usually contains eggs. Here is a egg-less Tutti-Fruity or candied fruit bread recipe using whole wheat flour. Those two tiny hands in the picture are my grand-kids barely able to wait for me to take picture.


1.2 cup all purpose flour, 1 cup wheat flour, 2tsp rice flour (optional)
2.4tbsp butter +2tbsp oil +1/2tsp butter
3. 1 cup Tutti-Fruity (available in Indian store or candied fruit)
4.3tsp dry fast rising yeast
5.4tbsp sugar
6.1tsp salt
7.1/2 cup milk +1/3 cup water +1tsp milk

8. 2tsp flour for dusting

Method Step By Step

1.Combine milk and water. Warm it so that it is lukewarm. Add yeast and sugar and leave for 10 minutes.
2.After 10 minute yeast will be foaming. In a mixing bowl combine this mixture with items from  1 to 3 and make dough. Knead is well for 5-7 minutes.
3. Put dough in a greased bowl, cover it and put in a warm place at least one hour.
4.After 1 hour dough volume will be double. Knead it well and put in a 9" greased bread making pan for second rise. (Put it in warm place for another hour).
5.After 1 hour it will be double in size.
6.  Pre-heat oven for 350" ( gas oven 355" ). Bake the bread for 40 to 45 minutes.
7. Take out of oven and apply with butter on it.

Simillar Eggless Recipes:
1. Eggless Apple Pie Recipe 
2. No Bake Eggless Roller Coaster Cookie 
3. Eggless Pinwheel Cookies

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Sending this entry to Kids Delight , Lets Cook Easter Sweets Event


  1. Thanks for entering Baking With Spirit, Pravina! I love healthy bakes, and this looks like it was pretty tasty. I bet your grandkids loved it.


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