Step 2: MIxing

First preheat oven to 325 degrees. Mix the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt together.
I think you can also use packed or canned mandarin oranges on supermarkets.
If you really really want an orange taste/smell... try adding some of the zest !
Added the zest (all from the one orange), and substituted veggie oil in place of butter (didn't have any). Must say this is going in my recipe book. Also you might consider a glaze made from orange juice and powdered sugar.
When you remove the peel from a fruit it is called "PEELING" and is then "PEELED". "PEALED" is the past tense of ringing, or pealing, a bell.
What? I never made that mistake! "edits instructable"
really good bread, my son want me to make it again... two thumbs up!!
Does it matter if the orange has bruises?
Nevermind, I guess not because it gets blended
Cool! I have some grapefruit juice...grapefruit juice bread?
This sounds HEAVENLY! I will probably try this weekend and hopefully, I'll take pictures.
Thanks! Hope you enjoy! <br>Also vote for me in the bread contest!

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