- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 3 tablespoons blood orange juice
- 1 blood orange, zested
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7. Brush tops with melted butter and bake in the oven for one hour.
3. Beat briskly until well mixed. Let it sit for approximately 5 minutes, until bubbly.
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For the berry:
Makes 2 loaves.
2. Combine the yeast and lukewarm milk (not over 90 degrees or you might kill the yeast); blend well then stir in orange juice and grated rind, sugar, salt and beaten egg yolk.
4. Gradually stir in the flour, mixing thoroughly after each addition. Place upon lightly floured board and knead for a minute.
- 3 packets dry active yeast (6 3/4 teaspoons)
- 1 cup lukewarm milk
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup fresh squeezed orange juice (unstrained)
- 3 tablespoons granulated sugar
- grated rind of 2 medium-sized oranges
- 1 egg yolk, well-beaten
- 4 cups bread flour, sifted twice
- 2 tablespoons butter, melted
For the blood orange zest (You can use normal oranges too!) :
Whisk everything together. Add more powdered sugar to thicken, and juice to thin. Just stir to loosen it up if the glaze hardens over.
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6. Divide dough into two equal parts, shape into loaves, place in greased lined loaf pans, and allow to rise to double in bulk.
8. Remove from pans and top with glaze (recipe below). Serve thinly sliced and warm.
5. Turn the dough to a greased mixing bowl, cover, and let rise to double its majority in a warm spot in the kitchen. Now punch the dough down and knead a minute.
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Hi everyone! It’s Claire again from The Kitchy Kitchen. When I came across this recipe, I was curious about how it would turn out. The name “Orange Bread” makes me think of pound cake, but this light yeast bread isn’t sweet or heavy. It’s really begging to be toasted on top with a touch of marmalade. Or left used and stale for French toast. Or maybe even toasted and used as the foundation for a chicken curry sandwich. I took this in a sweeter direction, but I love how versatile and lovely the result is. Enjoy!