I just baked this and it smells delicious! If it tastes anything like it smells, then I'm in for a treat! I used butter instead of margarine, I cut the ginger down to 1/2 tsp. (I'm not a big ginger fan) and used about 1 Tbsp. of orange rind. I also used fresh squeezed OJ and also threw in a handful of saltanas and raisins. I had to cook it for an extra 15 minutes. Can't wait to try it! Thanks! :D
We love this type of bread/cake and this is no exception. For taste bud reasons we prefer to use butter and also added more orange rind. Lovely little cutting cake so thank you for a good addition to my files.
This turned out to be easy to make and also delicious to eat! A keeper.
Very nice flavor and texture. Like others, I had to bake a bit longer than stated (10-15 min). Thanks, Jewelies, for sharing your New Zealand recipe.
Really loved this loaf, it was light and had great orange flavor. I would increase the ginger next I make it due to my own preference and may add 1/4 cup more nuts.
Oh my, oh my! This is DIVINE!!! The orange flavor is very subtle, I had to cook it an extra 10 minutes as one other reviewer had to do. I think this would be great with a sweet glaze to go with it. Highly, highly recommend this recipe to everyone!
The ginger combines with the orange and nuts to make a fantastic bread. I used 1/2 sugar and 1/2 Splenda, butter for the margarine and chopped pecans. This is delicious. Made for ZWTIII.
This is a delicious citrusy loaf with a hint of ginger, I used butter in place of the margarine. The loaf was lovely and buttery and tastes great. Thanks Jewelies.
Jewelies this is a great tea loaf. I loved the texture and the flavour, it was moist, tender and citrusy. With a nice warmth from the ginger. My dh is allergic to nuts so I substituted with sliced candied ginger. It worked well. I will be making this again and again. Thanks for sharing.
This is easy to prepare although mine took longer than 45 minutes to cook. Predictably, the milk curdled when I added the orange juice, but was fine once it was incorporated into the batter. The loaf is moist and citrusy, with the warmth of ginger. Thanks for the recipe.