I got the recipe out of this new Book of Bread I got for my birthday. It is filled with interesting bread recipes that I can't wait to try.
This is the recipe I used today. If you click on the picture, you can select what size you want for easy viewing. I followed this recipe as written, except (of course I have to try to do something a little creative with it) I substituted about 1/8 cup of the flour with bran. I did not adjust anything else, so it did make the bread a little dryer than it would have been otherwise, but it still tastes delicious (and a little bit better for you too)!
When I am sharing a recipe that is not my own, I thought I would try sharing the photo of a recipe rather than rewriting it; please let me know if this makes it more difficult to print/copy the recipe if you want to. Thanks.
I always like to assemble all my ingredients in advance, before actually mixing everything together in preparation for baking. Makes the mixing process easier. I also have all my tools out (bowl, buttered baking dish, spatula, mixer) and ready to use. Today I combined the dry ingredients into a 4 cup Pyrex measuring cup as well.
Look at that zucchini bread, you can see the orange specks of peel, along with the green zucchini and brown nuts...appetizing looking bread, and delicious too! Those pieces of orange peel really make this taste scrumptious!
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