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Sunday Paper Dinner Table: Lemon Raspberry Loaf

by AGATHA KULAGA & ERIN PATINKIN

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We love loaves! Versatile and simple to prepare, this one is extra special because it tastes like summer and also happens to be vegan. If you’ve had our vegan and gluten-free treats before, you’ll know that we only release those recipes when they taste as perfect as all of our dairy- and wheat-laden pastries. This one passed the test with flying colors. Studded with raspberries and poppy seeds and topped with a tangy glaze, this citrusy quick bread will be your new favorite Ovenly treat, vegan or not.

Raspberry Lemon Loaf

Ingredients:

Loaf:

Raspberry Glaze

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Grease a 9 x 5-inch loaf pan with canola oil. Using a piece of parchment paper that is the length of the loaf pan and about three times its width, press in the parchment so that there is overhang on the two long sides. Lightly grease the parchment with canola oil.

In a large bowl, whisk together the canola oil and sugar until well blended. Add the lemon zest, lemon juice and vanilla extract and whisk to emulsify until light and fluffy.

In a separate large bowl, whisk together 2¼ cups of the flour, baking powder, salt and poppy seeds.

Add half of the flour mixture to the sugar mixture. Mix with a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula until just combined. Then add all of the almond milk and mix until fully incorporated. The mixture will be wet.

Add the other half of the flour mixture into the wet ingredients and mix until just combined.

In a small bowl, gently mix the remaining 2 tablespoons of flour with the raspberries to coat.

Gently fold 1 cup of raspberries into the wet ingredients until just coated. Move slowly in this step to keep the raspberries intact.

Pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan and bake for 75 to 80 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center of the loaf comes out clean. The top of the loaf will be a light golden-brown color when done. Place on a wire rack to cool completely before glazing.

While the loaf is baking, prepare the glaze. In a small bowl, use a small rubber spatula or the back of a spoon to smash the 4 raspberries down to create a puree.

Add the lemon juice and confectioners’ sugar to the raspberries. Whisk until the mixture becomes smooth and is bright pink in color. The consistency should be thick (similar to cake batter) and spreadable, but not hard.

If needed, add more confectioners’ sugar, one tablespoon at a time, to reach desired consistency.

Using a small offset spatula (or butter knife), place a few large dollops of the Raspberry Lemon Glaze over the top of the loaf and smooth over in a back-and-forth motion from the center to the outer edges to cover entire loaf.

From Ovenly: Sweet and Salty Recipes from New York’s Most Creative Bakery by Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin. Copyright © 2021 Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin. Reprinted with permission from Harper Collins. 

AGATHA KULAGA & ERIN PATINKIN

Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin are the founders of the popular New York City bakery, Ovenly. Agatha grew up in Connecticut, where some of her happiest childhood memories are of baking alongside her mother and grandmother. Erin spent her early years in Chicago, where she developed an obsession for Vienna Beef hot dogs (ketchup is sacrilege), Big League Chew, and Yan Can Cook television episodes. Together Agatha and Erin co-wrote the new book, Ovenly: Sweet and Salty Recipes from New York’s Most Creative Bakery

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