No-Knead Bread

I discovered the New York Times No-Knead Bread recipe a few months ago on SteamyKitchen.com and have made it a few times myself. Just doing my part here to get the word out 🙂 You, too, can make delicious artisan bread at home with just a few minutes of hands-on time.

Just plan ahead by about 22 hours. It needs to rise for 18 hours right after mixing, then roll it around a little, then let rise another 2 hours before baking. But with the price of bread rising so much lately, it’s nice to be able to throw together water, flour, yeast and salt and get this result the next day:

Loaf of No-Knead Bread

Sliced and buttered No-Knead Bread

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4 Responses to “No-Knead Bread”

  • KimL says:

    Hi, Jaden. Thanks, and thank you for your very entertaining post on how even a four-year-old can make this bread 😉 I’ve shared that with several friends.

    KimL

  • Veronica says:

    Hi Kim from a fellow WW

    Belatedly, just thought I’d mention I’ve been making no-knead bread that takes much less than 22 hours to prepare; once you have a stock of dough in the fridge, you can have fresh bread on the table in under two hours. It works really well: see my post here.

    Your photo’s making me hungry; and I’ve just taken a loaf out of the oven!

  • KimL says:

    Hi, Veronica. Thanks for stopping by 🙂 And thanks for the tips – I’ll definitely do that from now on.

    Kim

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