Orange pulp bread

We have recently bough a juicer which I believe is a great invention. Never the less, quite a lot pulp is left after making juice. I was looking for creative ways to use it and well one of it was just to bake some bread.

Orange pulp bread - dough in bread machine
Orange pulp bread – dough in bread machine

The recipe as always is very simple:

  • 1 cup of orange pulp
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Orange pulp – what was left after making orange juice
  • 1 pack of active yeast
  • 1 tbsp of brown sugar
  • 1 tsp of salt
  • 2 tbsp of olive oil
  • 3 1/2 cups of bread flour

I have used dough function to prepare dough and left it for 1 hour in 100F. Then baked it in the oven in 350F for 50min.

10 Comments Add yours

    1. Thank you! The bread comes out very fresh.

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  1. lambie13 says:

    Hi Kristina,

    Thanks for checking out my first post on http://www.littlebearcooks.wordpress.com! Love your orange pulp bread idea – never thought to do this, but I’m excited to try it!

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    1. Thank you! Good luck with your blog 😉

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  2. bexiestbex says:

    Hi Kristina,
    Thanks for following me! You have so many interesting recipes I’m definitely going to have to have a go at one! 🙂

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    1. Thank you! Good luck with your blog!

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  3. alisonamazed says:

    Good for you coming up with this. I used to save all the pulp from my juicer in freezer bags and make muffins, or carrot cake… until I realized I could never bake enough to use it up. Since then I’ve quit juicing, going instead for fibre. I like this bread idea.

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  4. gretchenwing says:

    We make orange bread in our bakery, using the whole orange. I think the zest is the best part! I do think one could leave the juice out, but I would definitely encourage you to put the zest in there too–lots of it. Smells heavenly.

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    1. Great idea! I will definitely give it a try 😉

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