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Chef Anne makes cranberry-orange quick bread, the perfect holiday gift.
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My Cranberry Orange Quick bread is quick and easy to make zippy and sweet and a real crowd pleaser. So to get started with my quick bread, what I like to call quick and easy bread, I have two cups of flour, I have ¾ of a cup of granulated sugar, ½ a cup of brown sugar. For dry stuff, I’m using my using dry measuring cups. For wet stuff, I’m using my wet measuring cups.
So, a ½ of teaspoon of baking soda, a little pinchy pinch of salt, and a stick of butter cut into pea size pieces. Everybody right into my food processor and let’s give it a pulse, pulse, pulse until we get to what I’d like to call the grated cheese date. That looks pretty cheesy to me. Okay. So, I’ve got my orange juice, ¾ of a cup, one egg, there we go baby and the zest of one orange, the zest of just the orange part. When you get to the white, stop, it’s a bit better.
Okay. There we go. Let’s give this another pulse. We’re rocking and rolling. Now, let’s add in some big money stuff. I’ve got dried cranberries and really to make sure we know that we’re talking about orange, we have some orange segments and one more little pulsy pulse. That is ready to rock and roll right into my butter and flour loaf pan. Here we go baby look at this. It smells so orangy. Okay. There we go and we’re going to shoot this guy right into my preheated oven 350 degrees for an hour and 15. It’s a low and slow bake, here we go.
See you at about an hour and 15. I’ve got one that I did a little while ago, it is beautiful, lovely and brown. Let’s turn it out, it’s nice and cool. We’re going to wrap it up and take it on the way.