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post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 

0920011239.jpg0920011103.jpg0920011220.jpg0920011222.jpgDecided to make that No-Knead bread recipe that I got from a blog from a post on here...It was easy except for the 14hr. wait on the yeast rise time...said 12 to 18 hrs...but it was worth it...

 

 

post #2 of 19

         Oooooo,yum.drool.gif Is it on wiki?

post #3 of 19
Thread Starter 

 http://homesteadgardenblog.wordpress.com/   Sorry about the pic being out of order I just do not know how to fix that....thats the blog I got the recipe from...go to bread...

post #4 of 19
Thread Starter 

No its not...Its not my recipe I just used it and I will be making it alot...Its a hard crusted bread..

post #5 of 19

I will be trying this for sure, wonder if you could roll into balls and put in there and then pull apart for rolls.

post #6 of 19

MMMMmmmmmm................!!!!!!!!

 

I love it !!!

 

Gotta eat some while it's still warm!!!!

 

Bears Love Fresh Bread !!!!!

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Thanks Roller!

 

Bear

post #7 of 19

Nice, I like that loaf! I did forget to add a couple of things. before I dump the sticky dough into my preheated dutch oven, I sprinkle a little corn meal on the bottom to assist in a non-stick operation. I also have an electric oven, and I get a tendency of a dark bottom on my loaves. To eliminate a dark bottom, Place a cookie sheet on the bottom rack of the oven under the dutch oven. It helps to deflect the heat, giving me excellent results. Here is a direct link to the No-Knead article:

 

http://homesteadgardenblog.wordpress.com/2011/08/28/ko-knead-bread/

 

or his another link with far more detail and a video:

 

http://www.breadtopia.com/basic-no-knead-method/

 

One of my loaves:

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Edited by dbarnett66 - 9/21/11 at 5:31pm
post #8 of 19

Oh yes i love this bread i do the dough on Saturday night for Sunday morning

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post #9 of 19
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You did mention both of those sugestions in your blog and I did both of them..No sticking problem here. When I took it out of the oven it just slid around in the duch oven.. I will be making this bread again soon...Africanmeat yours looks great !!

post #10 of 19
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Originally Posted by Roller View Post

You did mention both of those sugestions in your blog and I did both of them..No sticking problem here. When I took it out of the oven it just slid around in the duch oven.. I will be making this bread again soon...Africanmeat yours looks great !!



I even went back to read the blog and I didn't even remember posting. I guess I am getting old. haha!


Edited by dbarnett66 - 9/21/11 at 5:32pm
post #11 of 19

I had to do it as well, heres my feeble entry  and THANKS ROLLER!!

 

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Rich

post #12 of 19

I've got a non bbq blog with a very similar recipe, but with a flavor I like even better (technically called 'almost no knead bread')...check my instructions and video at www.supercenterchef.blogspot.com ...but don't laugh at my video! :)

Let me know what you think...I welcome the feedback

post #13 of 19
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AlaskanBear your bread looks GREAT ! Thanks for sharing it with us....

post #14 of 19

My wife Judy is a bread freak!

 

She loves hard crusted bread & would eat that whole loaf.

 

I would have to beg her for a slice.

 

If she saw this thread we would be making bread this afternoon.

 

This is something we will definitely make in the future.

 

Thanks Roller!

post #15 of 19

AL,

 

You will not be disappointed.  I have made alot of bread using many methods, have sour dough starter going 365 days a year, and this was some very tasty bread.  Hard crust, dense soft middle, and a slight hint of the 'french' bread taste.  It accepts butter so very well and is a great dabber for gravy.. lol

Arteries hardening as I write this--but well worth the little effort to do.

I actually put my DO in my fire pit, and it came out perfectly!

 

Rich

post #16 of 19

 

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It accepts butter so very well and is a great dabber for gravy 

I agree...it's also great for french toast and bruschetta!

post #17 of 19

Awesome Roller

I have to give this a try next time I fire up the oven

post #18 of 19

Dang, I missed this one.

 

It has been years, but I used to play with sourdough and french breads.

 

Now days, I don't mess with flour that much, and I have lost my "touch" for the dough.

 

Is this one anything like the old Basque breads from a dutch oven?

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #19 of 19
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Yes it is Venture and  if you like a hard crust bread you will like this one for sure....Here lately I have been making it plus a Amish white sandwich bread that is delisous...

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