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Orange-Spiced Fruit Bread

January/February 2009

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Orange zest, aniseed and allspice, along with honey, lend this full-bodied fruit bread an intriguing flavor. The medley of three dried fruits gives it a chewy texture, eye-catching color and healthful fiber. For a festive look, the bread is baked in a tube pan: a 10-cup Bundt, Kugelhopf or other pan with a center tube and decorative shape is ideal. This bread is nice as a snack or, when drizzled with the sugar glaze, as a dessert or fine companion to tea. Recipe by Nancy Baggett for EatingWell.


Orange-Spiced Fruit Bread Recipe

1 Review for Orange-Spiced Fruit Bread

03/10/2013
Anonymous
didn't rise

did recipe to letter, 2nd batch I frigged over night this was the only difference. Bread Flour was what I used,,fresh rapid rise better for machines.don't know why sucks case I really wanted a fruit cake bread and this one had all the dried fruits.

smells great want to eat some.Made 2 recipes keeping to direction
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