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make chewy crusty artisan BREAD with 5 minutes of your time! seriously! and cheap!

 
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I feel the knead, the knead for breed.

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The article says 450 but the video says 500.



1st off, this started on NY times a few years back.
a completely new way to make bread with NO KNEADING.
if you love those round crusty french bread types of artisian breads, hot out of the oven and you have no time.
THIS is a recipe for you!

here is the recipe from the nyt:
[link to www.nytimes.com]

above is a video on how to make it.

i have experimented with very many versions of this bread and it's practically impossible to screw it up and i have even simplified it from the nyt one.

all you will need is a dutch oven (like a big 4 quart metal pot you make stew in)

get a bowl. throw in 3 cups of flour
1 3/4ths cup of warm water
1/4 tsp yeast
1 1/4ths tsp salt

mix that all up with your hands. do it fast you don't need to be perfect about it.
cover the bowl with saran wrap!
that's it then.

let it sit somewhere warmish for around 24 hours. it really doesn't matter too much if it's 18 hours or 23 hours. just somewhere in there. i like to do 24 because it's easy to remember.

the next day, preheat your oven to 450 F. with the pot IN the oven heating with it. this is an important step because when you pour your dough into the pot then it kind of seals it immediately and stops it from sticking.

you will need then something else to stop the bread from sticking to the pan. so throw in at the bottom of the pan in a good covered layer some corn meal, or oatmeal, or muesli, or any course type grain you want on your bread. sesame seeds, poppy seeds whatever.

take the HOT pot out of the oven and with a spatula just get the dough from the bowl (that's been sitting around for a day bubbling with yeasty tasty goodness) in there fast. don't make a big ordeal about it. don't worry if it's shaped funny, it will all even out when it cooks.

bake it with the lid on for 45 minutes
then take lid off and bake another 10 or 15.

that's it. it's should pop straight out of your pot onto the counter to cool!

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i have made variations of this recipe where i added cocoa powder and sugar (it's not like a chocolate muffin but more like a biscotti)

i have made a variation where i added raisins, cinnamon and molasses

i have made one where i have throwin in almonds and sesame seeds and dried ruit like figs or dates.
or sometimes just mixed nuts.

i have substituted flour with cream of wheat!
i have done it with a sourdough starter.

you can do 1/2 wheat and half corn flour
or 1/2 wheat and some rye.
anything goes!

just mix it up, let it sit, and bake.
voila.

it's the best thing ever for when you're bugging out to bake some fresh bread. very grounding, comforting, simple, CHEAP, and delicious.

i imagine you could also make this on a campfire or brick oven if if TSHTF.

this recipe makes me so happy, and i hope it will make you happy too!

if you find a new variation on how to make it let me know!

now go do it. right now! :)
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Do you keep the oven temp at 450 or turn it down after putting the bread in ?
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turn it down to normal baking temp
:)
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no, you keep it at 450 the whole time it bakes
don't turn it down to a "normal" temp
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ow... ok.. the show i watched on tellie said to.. mind you, they didn't take the lid off either....

cheers

yet to try it, talked the missus out of buying a bread maker till we try it too.... KUDOS!

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Do you keep the oven temp at 450 or turn it down after putting the bread in ?
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turn it down to normal baking temp
:)
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no, you keep it at 450 the whole time it bakes
don't turn it down to a "normal" temp
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ow... ok.. the show i watched on tellie said to.. mind you, they didn't take the lid off either....

cheers

yet to try it, talked the missus out of buying a bread maker till we try it too.... KUDOS!
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you do take the lid off for the last 15 minutes
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I did this yesterday after reading this thread. I modified it for a quick version by using 1+tsp of yeast instead of 1/4tsp. I let it ferment for about 4 hours, formed the loaf, let it rise 2 hours then baked in a cast iron Dutch oven at 450-500, 30 minutes covered and 20 minutes uncovered. It came out great. Very chewy and crusty with lots of bubbles inside.

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wen i get the time i will add to this thread what you can do with your bread once it starts to be not as fresh. because this bread has no preservatives in it, it does last for weeks like storebought bread.

but you can make toast from it after a few days, and then french toast.
and if you want stick it in your freezer to use later for something else.
it makes EXCELLENT croutons.

but my fave thing to do with it is make bread pudding.
you can make it sweet or savory (or make stuffing!)
all you do is break the bread up inot little pieces add milk and a few eggs and that makes the "custard" oh, and butter.
then you just add what you want...like make a cinnamon raison. or add onions and spicy sausage and leeks.

i like to make a cardomom bread pudding :)

chocolate bread pudding is AWESOME. just like cake!

basically it's really just quiche, but with bread in it.
so you can take that anywhere, spinach, mushroom, cheese.

or i made a really yummy fig one once.
the possibilities are endless for bread pudding.

after thanksgiving i had a leftover danish, some leftover mincemeat pie, a cinnamon raison bread, and a bunch of cranberries. i just threw that all together and it was EXCELLENT.


pumpkin bread pudding would be yummy too!
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oh, thanks to whoever pinned this :)

hf
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I did this yesterday after reading this thread. I modified it for a quick version by using 1+tsp of yeast instead of 1/4tsp. I let it ferment for about 4 hours, formed the loaf, let it rise 2 hours then baked in a cast iron Dutch oven at 450-500, 30 minutes covered and 20 minutes uncovered. It came out great. Very chewy and crusty with lots of bubbles inside.

PIN for you and this great thread.
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yay!!!!!!!!!!!
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oh, thanks to whoever pinned this :)

hf
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I did this yesterday after reading this thread. I modified it for a quick version by using 1+tsp of yeast instead of 1/4tsp. I let it ferment for about 4 hours, formed the loaf, let it rise 2 hours then baked in a cast iron Dutch oven at 450-500, 30 minutes covered and 20 minutes uncovered. It came out great. Very chewy and crusty with lots of bubbles inside.

PIN for you and this great thread.
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This reminds me I need to start a new sourdough starter. I want to try this with sourdough. I used to keep my starter maintained, but I let it turn into a black mess awhile back.

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use beer for some of that water and add grated cheese.
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This reminds me I need to start a new sourdough starter. I want to try this with sourdough. I used to keep my starter maintained, but I let it turn into a black mess awhile back.
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i love making sourdough starter but haven't gotten it QUITE down yet. sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. but it's fun to try!
last time i smashed up a bunch of grapes and added some sugar and yeast.
once i tried making a starter with just wild blackberries.
that didn't work out.
but i will keep trying until i get it right.
it's fun to ferment things :)
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use beer for some of that water and add grated cheese.
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. beer bread

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This reminds me I need to start a new sourdough starter. I want to try this with sourdough. I used to keep my starter maintained, but I let it turn into a black mess awhile back.
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i love making sourdough starter but haven't gotten it QUITE down yet. sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. but it's fun to try!
last time i smashed up a bunch of grapes and added some sugar and yeast.
once i tried making a starter with just wild blackberries.
that didn't work out.
but i will keep trying until i get it right.
it's fun to ferment things :)
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I just used flour and water. Let it sit until it gets bubbly and go from there.

[link to www.sourdoughhome.com]

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I love sourdough bread. But if this works just as well, then I have a recipe for some party bread that you can dress up.

1 unsliced round loaf 1 lb. sourdough, if you can get it.
1 pound Monterey Jack cheese, sliced
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup chopped green onions
2 to 3 teaspoons poppy seeds

On a large sheet of heavy duty tinfoil, lay it out and place the bread on the tinfoil. Cut the bread lengthwise and crosswise with out cutting through the bottom crust. Insert cheese cheese between cuts. Combine butter,onions and poppy seeds; drizzle over the bread. warp the bread up in the foil,place on a baking sheet. Bake at 350 for 15 mins. uncover; bake for10 minutes longer or until the cheese is melted. Serve warm. Enjoy!
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Been making bread like this for a long time. Just made three loafs this am. One plain - one with asagio cheese and one with roasted red peppers.

If you dont like waiting a day mix a big batch cover it and put in fridge - then peel a hunk off everyday for fresh bread in 30 -40 minutes.

You need a covered dutch cast iron oven or a baking stones for your oven either way is great.
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I love sourdough bread. But if this works just as well, then I have a recipe for some party bread that you can dress up.

1 unsliced round loaf 1 lb. sourdough, if you can get it.
1 pound Monterey Jack cheese, sliced
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup chopped green onions
2 to 3 teaspoons poppy seeds

On a large sheet of heavy duty tinfoil, lay it out and place the bread on the tinfoil. Cut the bread lengthwise and crosswise with out cutting through the bottom crust. Insert cheese cheese between cuts. Combine butter,onions and poppy seeds; drizzle over the bread. warp the bread up in the foil,place on a baking sheet. Bake at 350 for 15 mins. uncover; bake for10 minutes longer or until the cheese is melted. Serve warm. Enjoy!
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LMAO< I just thought of something, if everyone makes this bread and they have a drug test coming up, they'll fail becuase poppy seed will make you test positive on a drug test! Everyone will get fired from their job becuase their bosses will think they're druggies! lmao!
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Can you use all grain flours? Will it work?
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I just pulled a loaf out, eating it with roasted horse.

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yeast is horrible for your health...

if you want cancer and diseases eat bread...
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yeast is horrible for your health...

if you want cancer and diseases eat bread...
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Unfortunately, in bread the yeast is dead since it has been cooked....
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yeast is horrible for your health...

if you want cancer and diseases eat bread...
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Unfortunately, in bread the yeast is dead since it has been cooked....
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nasty little "help your bread be not unleaden"... bastages... die.. i say.. die...
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this shit tastes like cardboard ratdance
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I made the bread this morning after leaving the dough to rise for about 13 hours and it is phenomenal!

Thank you OP for the recipe!
It's been out of the oven for about an hour and it's almost all eaten.
I can't wait to make it again with herbs and whatnot.
thank you thank you thank you!
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i made some with beer... was awesome...

we had it with homemade pumpkin soup.... ty OP
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1st off, this started on NY times a few years back.
a completely new way to make bread with NO KNEADING.
if you love those round crusty french bread types of artisian breads, hot out of the oven and you have no time.
THIS is a recipe for you!



I love fresh bread.........THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I used to have be the biscuit maker at a local hole in the wall joint that made biscuits everyday. the recipe was terrible and I hated doing it but nobody else could make biscuits, so the manager told me to do it and he would pay me extra for that 1 hr!

This is the actual recipe and how these fucking rednecks can eat his is beyond me because i was raised on real buttermilk biscuit is not this crap!

8-10 scoops of self-rising flour in a large mixing bowl
1 gallon of buttermilk
3/4large glass of cooking oil

Mix everything together with your hands and with a large ice cream scoop, you take one scoop of said glop and dump it in this pan that had more flour in it. Then i had to roll the biscuit around and get it coated really well and pat it out to a good size shape and lay it on a greased baking sheet. I usually made about 4-6 pans of these biscuits everyday. They wouldn't really rise because that's what they were supposed to do, just rise a tiny bit but they browned nicely and came out great and honey around here, folks eat these up because they somehow have this retarded notion that if they pullout the inside of the biscuit,that they are not getting as many carbs as you normally would! I mean the mentality of stupid fucking rednecks is beyond me.
I swear, I got pissed one day because another girl was complaining that she wasn't getting paid anything extra by the boos for that extra hour i used to make those biscuits so she was doing my job,waiting tables and washing dishes besides my making biscuits, and it pissed her off. So when she complained the boss got mad at me and and told me that he was taking money out of his account to keep the place going and that I CAME TO HIM and asked to do it.That's a lie! He asked me to stop by the place one day and talked tome and begged me to make the damn thing cuz nobody else could or would do it! so, I said yeah,okay,and when blew the whistle on his ass for lying and told the real truth about how he came to me instead, he got pissed and said right there that i wasn't gonna do it anymore!
I was so mad, i went into the bathroom and took off my apron and walked out the fucking door cuz i wasn't about to let him lie on me about something he did. Later on that night i called up the cook's house and her husband tried to start cussing at me but i cut him off and told him the real truth of what was going on and he thought about it and said,well, i guess you were in the right,then. i know i was. and I collected unemployment for damn near a yr cuz of that shit.
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I love that minimalist NY times chef. Just discovered him now. I showed my 12 year old son, already a good cook because I have chronic fatigue and don't like cooking more than 3 X a week, since I have to do the shopping and lots of other things too, and tend to get sick for weeks on end when my stamina crashes. He's very artistic too and talks about being an artist and a chef. I used to make wonderful bread, and still can, if rested up, the knead kind, both white and whole wheat. Better than the Bakery too. I prefer my breads not too light, though can make light as well, even donoughts though rarely do. Now I think I'm going train him in bread making. He was even asking how much it would sell for, his brain works like that.

I found these too. I love whole wheat everything, but its pretty hard to stand whole wheat pancakes, they're so heavy.

These look as light as my ethereal white ones. Will be trying these soon. Trouble is I don't eat alot of bread.

We have a organic wheat farm/store here, so I'll try purchase some organic non GMO.


The Minimalist: Whole Grain Pancakes


The Minimalist: Sabrina's Tortillas

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Used whole grain stone ground not all purpose bleached flour. The yeast doesn't look activated to me. After sitting overnight it looks like a lump of dough with unactivated yeast in it. Wouldn't want to eat unactivated yeast.

It's in the oven. I expect to get an uneatable brick out.

Yeast needs sugar to activate.

Waste of 3 cups of flour.
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BEST-BREAD-RECIPE-EVER (takes less than 1 hour 40 minutes):

3 1/2 cups BREAD flour
1 tbs yeast
1 tbs sugar
1 1/2 cups water
1 tsp salt

Put the yeast and sugar in the water. Water should be about room temperature. Let sit for only 10 minutes.

After ten minutes, add the flour one cup at a time. After the first cup, stir in the salt.

You DON'T HAVE TO KNEAD THIS BREAD, just make sure the flour in mixed in. I do it with a fork.

Let sit on counter, covered, for ONLY ONE HOUR. I would kill myself if it took 24 hours to make bread.

After the hour has elasped, form loaves, let them proof(rise) for an additional 10 minutes.

Bake in a preheated oven at 425 for 15-18 minutes.

Voila...bread in less than ONE HOUR AND 40 MINUTES.

This makes great breadsticks, artisan loaves, or even pizza dough. Substitute 1 1/2 cups of flour with wheat flour for some grainy good bread.

The original recipe came from here: [link to www.ourbestbites.com] I just tweaked it a little.

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