Desert: Glazed Orange Bread – by KittenJen


Picture by On Sutton Place

Ingredients
•2 sticks unsalted butter softened
•2 c. sugar
•4 eggs at room temp.
•4 oranges, zested and juiced
•3 c. flour
•1 t. baking powder
•½ t. baking soda
•Scant t. kosher salt
•6 oz. vanilla yogurt
•1 t. vanilla

Instructions
1.Cream butter and sugar with a mixer for 5 minutes.
2.On medium speed, add eggs one at a time.
3.Add ⅓ c. orange zest (you should have a heaping tablespoon left for the glaze)
4.In a large bowl whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
5.In a separate bowl whisk together ¼ c. orange juice (juice of one orange,) yogurt and vanilla.
6.Add flour and yogurt mixtures alternating in 3 additions.
7.Fill prepared loaf pans a little over half way.
8.Bake at 350 degrees for: mini loaves 20 minutes, small loaves 25-30 minutes, regular loaves 45 minutes.
9.While bread is baking, heat in a sauce pan ½ c. orange juice (juice of 2 oranges) and ½ c. sugar on low until sugar dissolves.
10.After removing bread from oven, cool for 10 minutes.
11.Remove to wire racks on a cookie sheet.
12.Spoon syrup over loaves and cool completely.
13.For glaze: mix 2 c. powdered sugar with remaining orange juice and orange zest.
14.Pour over bread and allow to dry.
15.Store in refrigerator or freeze.

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