This is a great recipe. Rather than grate & juice the orange, I wash & quarter a navel orange and toss the whole thing in the food processor (or blender) and puree. I then put it in a measuring cup and add extra OJ to bring it to 1 1/4 cup or so, and proceed with the recipe - except I use 3/4 cup of sugar and 50/50 whole wheat/white flour, both changes I make to all quick bread recipes. The amount of liquid is imprecise (because it depends on the amount of non-liquid in the particular orange) so this requires adjustment after wet & dry ingredients are mixed (and I'll admit, I've had a few wet heavy loaves, but that's rare for me and even they taste great), but if you're comfortable about this, it's easier than grating, gives good flavor, and I've now read adds extra nutritional benefit - though I do it for the first 2 reasons (OK, mostly the 1st).
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This is a great recipe. Rather than grate & juice the orange, I wash & quarter a navel orange...