I made this cream of orange bread this weekend, and it from the small book I got while winning my Red Star yeast giveaway. Hubby selected two bread recipes from it; one is the cream of orange bread and other one hearty rye bread. I will try that on soon. This bread includes orange juice and milk and also zest of orange and lemon. I used fresh orange juice, and while the bread was baking, the entire house was filled with citrusy smell. You don’t need any breeze candle to lighten up the room. I used new platinum yeast that I got as samples. It is new instant yeast from Red Star Yeast, and I love them. They worked very well. Nowadays I am more interested in Instant yeast as it doesn’t require any proofing.
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- · Whisk the dry ingredients in the bowl of a stand mixer. Add the milk, butter, orange juice and water.
- · Mix until the ingredients come together, and then knead until it forms dough. Continue to knead and medium/high speed until the dough becomes smooth and elastic and no longer sticky. To test the dough, pull it until it forms sort of a thin membrane. This could take up to 18 minutes.
- · Place the dough into an oiled bowl or dough rising bucket, cover with plastic wrap, and let it rise until doubled. First rise took 2 hours.
- · Once the dough is risen well, transfer to kneading board, deflate Take each piece and, using a rolling pin, roll out into a long oval shape. Fold the shorter sides of each oval over like an envelope, into sort of a square. Flip the squares over, and roll out into an oval again. Flip them back over, and roll into a roll/cylinder
- · .Arrange the dough in an oiled one-pound bread pan, cover with plastic wrap, and allow to rise to about ¾ of the height of the bread pan. It took about 1 hour.
- · Brush the loaf with the egg wash and bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 60 minutes. If the top gets too brown, tent the loaf with foil while baking.
- · Remove the loaf from the pan and cool on a wire rack. Let it cool completely
- · Enjoy this bread makes a great toast.
Bread baking day 57 hosted by Zorra