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Golden Raisin Persimmon Bread

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Golden Raisin Persimmon Bread (click here for recipe with metric measurements)  

This persimmon bread recipe is reprinted from the "Indiana Nut Growers Cookbook" (1995) and used by permission from the Indiana Nutgrowers Association.  

Ingredients:

1 3/4 Cups unsifted flour
1   C
up sugar
1   teaspoon baking soda
3/4 t
easpoon salt
1   C
up persimmon pulp
1/2 C
up melted butter or margarine
1/3 C
up brandy
2   eggs, lightly beaten
1   Tablespoon grated fresh ginger
1   C
up golden raisins

In mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking soda and salt.  Stir in persimmon pulp, butter, brandy, eggs, ginger and raisins, mixing just long enough to blend.

Spoon batter into two well-greased 3 to 4 cup molds or loaf pans.  Bake in 350 
°F oven about 1 hour or until wooden pick inserted in center of bread comes out clean.

Cool 10 minutes, then remove from pan.  Wrap and store in cool place.


Golden Raisin Persimmon Bread (metric measurements)

This persimmon bread recipe is reprinted from the "Indiana Nut Growers Cookbook" and used by permission from the Indiana Nutgrowers Association.  

Ingredients:

210 g unsifted flour
200 g 
sugar
5 ml baking soda
3.75 ml
salt
240 ml
persimmon pulp
120 g
melted butter or margarine
80 ml
brandy
2   eggs, lightly beaten
15 ml grated fresh ginger
250 ml
golden raisins

In mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking soda and salt.  Stir in persimmon pulp, butter, brandy, eggs, ginger and raisins, mixing just long enough to blend.

Spoon batter into two well-greased 700-950 ml molds or loaf pans.  Bake in 177
°C oven about 1 hour or until wooden pick inserted in center of bread comes out clean.

Cool 10 minutes, then remove from pan.  Wrap and store in cool place.




persimmonpudding.com thanks the generous folks at the Indiana Nutgrowers Association (INGA)for their permission (granted October 2007) to run this recipe here.  It was originally printed in their 1995 "Indiana Nutgrower's Cookbook" which went through three printings.  Members of INGA are some of the most knowledgeable and helpful folks you'll ever hope to meet.