You might already be a fan of my lime yogurt bread, so here's a new take on an old favourite: Peach Yogurt Bread! A great little afternoon snack with a cup a tea, or serve with a scoop of ice cream after dinner. That's right, just substitute the lime juice and zest for one peach. Simply wash then puree in either a food processor or blender until smooth, then add to the dry ingredients. You might need to adjust the flour quantity, perhaps adding a bit more, as the peach will be juicier. Just add more flour accordingly.
I have to admit that this first attempt did not turn out so great (yes, sometimes I do fail at new cooking projects). For one, as I previously mentioned, the pureed peach might require more flour, and I neglected to add any. Secondly, I opted to leave out the canola oil in this batch to see if that made any difference (and to offset the juicer peach). I was also short on cooking time as I was expecting company that afternoon. So, combine all of those things together, and I got an undercooked loaf. The flavour itself was delicious, but the consistency, not so much. It was the middle that was still rather doughy, so we didn't actual manage to eat our way through the loaf. And, contrary to what I thought would work, re-baking in the oven didn't do much.
But, all that being said, it is worth repeating and next time I'll make sure to bake longer, because the peachiness in the bread was really tasty! Hope you guys have better luck!
Oh, and I should warn you: should you decide to keep the skin on, which I did, it bakes into a rather interesting shade of brown, which doesn't really look all that appetizing. I think next time I'll take a few extra minutes and peel them. Ah, that's what happens with trial and error!