The perfect recipe to brighten someone’s day. This easy sourdough discard orange quick bread recipe makes TWO loaves, so you have one to keep and one to share with a friend.
There’s nothing like a loaf of fresh homemade bread to wake my family up and get them excited about breakfast. Seldom do I want to wake up early enough to make fresh, homemade yeasted bread dough, though. Instead, I prefer quick breads. They’re a great way to serve up a loaf of something yummy, without all the proofing, rising, and waiting of yeast bread.
During the most “locked down” days of 2020, I spent a good bit of time feeding and nurturing an active sourdough starter. As with most people who dabble in sourdough, I quickly realized, though, that all of that discarded sourdough starter generated after feeding really needed to be put to good use. Otherwise, it just feels like you’re pouring your bread flour down the drain.
I experimented with other sourdough discard recipes (like crackers, muffins, etc.) But I found this bread to be the perfect way to make something easy, tasty, and family-friendly.
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