No Knead Bread

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  1. Kasalia

    Kasalia http://retired2006.blogspot.com.au/ Premium Member GOLD

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    Been experimenting with no knead due to the lack of time lately. Only takes two and half hours.


    3 1/2 cups bread flour
    1 1/4 tspns dried yeast
    1 1/2 tspns salt
    384 mls luke warm water

    Mix in dry and add water, till forms a ball. will be a wettish mixture. Cover bowl with plastic and let sit ( I do mine in the oven with the light on for warmth) for 1 hr. and 30 mins.

    Mix it quickly to remove air and put into time or banneton, dutch oven or whatever shape you want and let sit again for (proofing) for 30 mins.

    Heat oven to 220C fan forced and bake bread for 30 - 40 mins 8inch white  Samsung Tablet 930.jpg 8inch white  Samsung Tablet 927.jpg ( if using an dutch oven 30 mins with top on and 15 mins off.)

    To this mix you can add herbs, cheese on top, make into 6 large breadrolls, 12 small.
     
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  2. Letsgokate

    Letsgokate Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Looks good. I don't need to knead it if I use the bread maker :p hee hee
     
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    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    me too :p:D
    same recipe makes much larger loaf in breadmaker.
    But if I didn't have a breadmaker I would not be able to knead so good to know it is doable. :twothumbsup:
     
  4. Mark

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    I haven't tried making bread enough...

    I used to make bread a lot more several years ago but got lazy.

    Our trip over to Europe reinforced how delicious and important bread is to many cultures around the world so I've vowed to start baking bread again.
     
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