Baking cranberry bread with an extrovert (ENTP) is not a measuring task. It’It’seative, a dash of this and that, a new look on an old recipe. As an extrovert, ENTP, for those who know ENTPs, youyou’llready know that I diddidn’tllow the recipe exactly. I’mI’mone to changing things whenever possible, and baking is no exception.
Yes, personality typing is everywhere on the road and in the kitchen. Read on for in the kitchen with an extrovert baking cranberry walnut bread. I hope my tips make the baking experience a little bit easier!
Cranberry Bread The Original Recipe
Here is the recipe I used from Food.com, which I loved because it’it’smple, makes two loaves of bread, and serves 12. WAHOO! My personality type is about making things simpler, taking whawhat’snventional, and reinventing it. Most of us think our personalities are the roadmaps for our careers, but our personalities are ingrained in everything we do, even baking. So herhere’se original recipe:
2 cups fresh cranberries or 2 cups frozen cranberries
1/2/3 cups of sugar
2/3 cups of vegetable oil
1/2 cup of milk
2 teaspoons of crated lemons or grated orange rind
2 teaspoons vanilla
3 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup coarsely chopped walnuts or pecans
4 teaspoons of baking powder (dondon’te baking soda; I’vI’vene this before with disastrous results)
1 teaspoon salt
Heat over to 350•
Grease bottoms of 2 loaf pans: 9 x 5 x 3 inches
First mix cranberries, sugar, oil, milk, vanilla, eggs, and lemon/orange peel in a large bowl, then stir in the remaining ingredients.
Bake 50 – 6- minutes. A quick test if you insert a toothpick and it comes out clean, youyou’reod to go. Let cool for ten minutes.
Loosen sides of loaves from pans, and remove.
Let cool down before slicing or wrap and refrigerate for a week or wrap and freeze for a month.
My Take On Baking Cranberry Bread
The recipe calls for two cups of chopped cranberries; since I was making ten loaves, I decided to let my Ninja blender do the chopping. It worked like a charm.
I used two cups of sugar instead of measuring out 1 2/3 cups – easier… and since this is breakfast, bread a little bit sweeter with coffee, delicious.
I opted to skip grating lemon or orange rinds —too much work. Instead, I squeezed a teaspoon of lemon juice or a teaspoon of orange juice into the batter. I’mI’messed to have fresh oranges and lemons in my neighborhood, so I used fresh picket citrus, just the juice, not the skin or pulp. I baked a random number of lemon-infused bread, and the rest were orange-infused. Typical for an ENFP!
To chop the walnuts/pecans, I used my Ninja blender, put her on pulse, and, voila, chopped walnuts.
I purchased reusable tins from Walmart as the loaves were for gift giving. My thinking, if someone wants to reheat on low, they can easily pop it into the oven without getting a pan dirty.
The recipe suggested greasing the pan bottoms. I greased the bottom and the sides with salted butter, which I used sparingly. I was told by a chef-friend that when baking, reach for butter. It’It’sways more flavorful than oils.
Hope You Found Baking Cranberry Bread With An Extrovert Insightful
I hope in the kitchen with an extrovert (ENTP) baking cranberry bread to be fun, and an insightful sneak peek into how personality typing directs every aspect of your life. It’It’sfestyle typing. Understanding and developing a relationship with your personality type provides clarity, truth, and a realistic understanding of who you are. Your personality type is your personal guidance system, your inner compass. Yep, it shows up in the kitchen, in your spiritual life, and on the road.
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I look forward to building a community of personality type It’sers. It’s for those of you, who want to grow and learn more about personality typing with a spiritual understanding and how it influences your purpose and passion and puts you on the path of truth. The idea is to understand yourself, enjoy your gifts, unshackle your genius, and loI’myourself for who you really are. I’m up for whatever it takes to make this happen.
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Happy baking – Nina Zapala, an ENTP
All photos Zapala – Wrapped cranberry bread waiting to go out for delivery.