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baking bread is a relatively easy thing to do.
and homemade bread tastes so much better. 3 months ago
my girlfriend loves good quality bread, but i’m afraid it generally costs a fortune. no-knead bread is quite the thing these days and i’d love to give it a shot. who can say no to cheap, delicious handmade bread that your own fingers formed? 4 months ago
How I did it: I just followed a recipe for a basic white loaf; making the dough, beating it up, letting it prove for a couple of hours. Take it out, beat it up some more, another 30-60 mins of proving, then in the oven. It came out a tiny bit underbaked, but still very edible, and I know for next time to leave it in a bit longer! I thought it would be really complicated but I was really pleasantly surprised how simple it was!
I have baked several types of bread now. I must admit the first was a catastrophe but one gets the hang. Start small, try this amazing recipe from Paula Deen for dinner rolls.
http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-review-mamas-rolls-from-113179 9 months ago
You can read the article about no Knead bread in the New York Times, but watching the video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13Ah9ES2yTU
Is the way to go. This recipe is so unbelievably easy and the bread is great. I’ve also tried the barely knead bread from American’s Test Kitchen and that’s pretty good, but I don’t mess with a good thing. ATK says that sometimes the basic no-knead bread doesn’t rise enough. I don’t worry about that. I’ve made the bread many many times and it is always tasty. Add rosemary. That’s really tasty. 10 months ago
I don’t have time to be the domestic goddess that I had always imagined myself being. That being said, if I could have just one skill that my kids could remember, I wish that could be baking bread. I had a bread machine but I kind of think that is cheating. I think I will give it a go 12 months ago
I didn’t let it sit long enough for the flavors to really develop but the loaf looked gorgeous and was tasty enough. Good start. 15 months ago
How I did it: Bread made its way onto our grocery list again, so I decided to finally tackle this goal and pick up some yeast instead!
I found an online recipe that had a lot of good reviews (and had "easy" in the title). I had always heard bread was difficult with punching it down and waiting for it to rise, etc., but because you don't need to roll anything out, I thought it was pretty easy. Just a little time consuming (lots of wait time).
The recipe I made made 3 loaves worth. I'm freezing 2, so we should be set for bread for awhile! Read how I did it… 15 months ago