No Knead Bread – An Easy Bread Recipe

Recently a friend shared with me a new bread recipe, which is so easy to make that I have my 7 yr old son making the bread with me and he is doing it mostly by himself. I’m just the supervisor… :D

 

Carefully measuring out the flour

No Knead Bread

this is for a double recipe

6 cups bread flour –so far I have used 1 c. w. w. flour and 5 c. white and then this last time I did 4 c. w.w.flour and 2 white and it looks beautiful.
1/2 teaspoon instant yeast
2 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
3 cups room temperature water

Mix together until blended.  Cover and let rise for 18 hours.  Turn onto floured surface and pat lightly.  Then fold in thirds and then fold in half.  Gently pick up and place in oiled bowl.  Let rise 1 hour and 15 minutes.  Turn on oven to 450F and place covered baking pan in oven to preheat  Remove pan after the 15 minutes and sprinkle cornmeal on the bottom of the pan.  Pour dough into pan and replace lid.  Put into the oven and bake covered for 30 minutes.  Remove lid and bake for 15-20 more minutes.   Cool on rack.  Enjoy!!  :D

 

Time for the yeast

Mixing time

The next day!

Sticky dough…

All ready for the oiled bowl

Rising again

Sprinkling the cornmeal

Baked and it looks so delicious!! Mmmm….. :D

If you want to read more here is the link to the website my friend took the recipe from.

 

Anyway, we have enjoyed making this bread and it will be a regular around here.  :D   Next time one of my girls wants to make the bread.  :wink:

 

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