Slow Rise No Knead Bread - Delicious Artisan Style Homemade Bread Recipe

An Easy Recipe for Homemade Bread

If you like to make homemade bread, or enjoy the taste of homemade bread but do not have the time for several risings and all that kneading, this bread recipe is for you.

Fresh home baked bread is economical and delicious but can be a nuisance. Sometimes, it seems like you have to plan your whole day around the bread. But with the following recipe, you can whip up the dough quickly the night before. The next day, enjoy this hearty, artisan style bread with soups or stews. If you have a good sharp knife or an electric knife, you can use it for sandwiches.

Unlike a lot of homemade bread, this slow rise, no knead bread is quick and easy to make as it needs no kneading. It has a chewy, firm texture like the kind you pay out the nose for at high end bakeries.

This peasant type bread is full of holes. It uses few ingredients and very little yeast.

Full Bodied Homemade Bread

Unlike many homemade breads, this recipe creates a full bodied, firm bread. Time does the work instead of kneading. And time reduces the amount of yeast that you will need.

While most breads demand the use of sugar to feed the yeast, sugar is not needed in this bread recipe as, once again, time takes care of that.

While there are 2 versions offered here, I have found that the all bread flour recipe works best. And bread made with bread flour offers more protein than all purpose flour. Using whole wheat flour means that you must add the gluten as whole wheat is a bit heavier than regular flour. Spend a bit more time mixing if you use whole wheat flour to yield better results.

The first time I attempted this bread, it did not turn out very well as I could not resist the urge to allow it to rise in a warm spot. But room temperature rising is best as it is time that makes the dough rise.

The dough will be of a very gooey consistency, so do not expect the heavy dough of typical homemade bread.

What is Gluten?

Gluten is a form of protein found in flour. Gluten makes bread elastic and helps to maintain its shape. Adding a bit of gluten to whole wheat flour for whole wheat bread helps to create a more elastic dough out of the heavy whole wheat flour.

Wheat gluten can be found at health food stores or in the 'health food' section of your local grocery store.

Slow Rise No Knead Bread Recipe

2 Cups Bread Flour

2 Cups All Purpose Flour

2 Cups Warm Water

1/2 Teaspoon Salt

1/2 Teaspoon Yeast

Or, you can omit the all purpose flour and use 4 cups of bread flour. Note - the white flour needs no sugar. Neither recipe calls for oil or butter.


Whole Wheat Version

2 Cups Bread Flour

2 Cups Whole Wheat Flour

2 Cups Warm Water

1/2 Teaspoon Salt

1/2 Teaspoon Yeast

1 Tablespoon Gluten

3 Tablespoons Sugar

The bread dough will be quite gooey

Preparation

Mix yeast with warm water and allow to bloom. (That means, wait 5 minutes until you see the yeast creating bubbles or a light foam in the water)

Mix dry indgredients

Add water to the dry ingredients and stir vigorously.

Dough will be gooey

Place dough in bowl and cover with a towel

Set the bowl out of drafts at room temperature and allow to rise for 15 hours. That's right, 15 hours.

After 15 hours, dump the dough onto a floured surface. It will still be wet and gooey and will spread out.

Fold 4 times

Return to bowl. cover and let rise 2 more hours.

Slow Rise Bread - Full of Holes

Cooking the Slow Rise No Knead Bread

Preheat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit

Preheat and grease a Dutch Oven

Dump the dough into Dutch Oven

Cover with lid and cook for 30 minutes

Uncover and cook for 20 more minutes

Remove from Dutch Oven and cool on rack.

Fellow Hubber Sally's Trove send me a photo of her attempt at making this bread. Isn't it pretty?

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juneaukid 6 years ago from Denver, Colorado

Man, that sounds good!. I'll have to get my wife to try making some of it over the holidays!


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FloBe 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

This sounds good and easy...I think I may try it in the next few weeks. Thanks!


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lindacee 6 years ago from Southern Arizona

I love these types of breads. The fact that you don't have to knead is reason enough to give it a try! Oh, and cranberry jam -- I'm in heaven! Thanks for the recipe Dolores!


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Dolores Monet 6 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Richard - I made the loaf above to have with some soup.This morning I have a couple pieces soaking in eggs and milk for French toast. Yum! Thanks for dropping by!

FloBe - resist the urge to mess around with the recipe. I could not believe the recipe did not use sugar, added some, and had a lousy loaf of bread. Using all bread flour really made a difference too. Thanks!

linda - glad that you liked the recipe. I had mushy bread and like a slice that you can really sink your teeth into - it's real comfort food. And if you make grilled cheese with this bread, it makes the ordinary sandwich seem like a gourmet feast!


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alekhouse 6 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky

I have never made this kind of bread...looks good...I'll have to try it.


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WriteAngled 6 years ago from Treorci, Cymru

Yum! Sounds good and very intriguing. Not sure I want to get a Dutch oven though as I don't really have any spare space in the kitchen.


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lindajot 6 years ago from Willamette Valley - Oregon

Wow - so few ingredients and time involved (except the rising part:) I'm going to give this recipe a try - thanks!


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Sweetsusieg 6 years ago from Michigan

This looks AMAZING!! Bookmarking this recipe!! I made soup last night and wanted some hearty bread to go with it, this would be perfect!


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Dolores Monet 6 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

alek - I hate mushy bread and this recipe is wonderful. Thanks!

Angel - no kitchen should be without a Dutch oven - I mean one of those round pots that you can use on top of the stove or in the oven. Thanks for stopping by!

linda - I really like how you can whip it up the night before and just forget about it! Thanks!

Sweetsusie - there is nothing like homemade bread with soup! Hope that you enjoy using the recipe! Thanks.


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GusTheRedneck 6 years ago from USA

Dolores - Interesting recipes, the chemistry of the first one being very much beyond my comprehension. Gotta try it to ease my curiosity.

Gus :-)))


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akirchner 6 years ago from Central Oregon

I must try that - it looks like a rustic Italian loaf almost! Rated delish!


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Dolores Monet 6 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Gus, I rarely concern myself with the chemistry of baking. I just love homemade bread, making it as well as eating it, and this recipe is my current favorite. Thanks!

Audrey - oh it's rustic alright, in the best way and presents well too because it's so pretty. I love the holes! Thank you!


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Lita C. Malicdem 6 years ago from Philippines

Sounds like some easy bread recipes to make. And no sugar is needed! The total of 17 hours to let the dough rise would seem a long one but the product justifies the long wait. A must try recipes! Thank you.


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50 Caliber 6 years ago from Arizona

Dolores, looks and sounds good, I'll have to test drive one, I do like that type bread for soups and stews, thanks, Dusty


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Dolores Monet 6 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Lita - it's not really a long wait as I make the dough at night before I go to bed! Thanks!

50 - hope you try it. It's a great minimalist approach to bread making. Thanks!


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K9keystrokes 6 years ago from Northern, California

This is going on the schedule for the Holiday meal this year, who can resist home made bread? And your recipe sounds pretty easy to complete, thank you for sharing.


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Dolores Monet 6 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

K9 - I just made up a batch last night, but it did not seem sticky enough. We will see. Bread can be tricky! But when you get it right, there's nothing better. Thanks.


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imatellmuva 6 years ago from Somewhere in Baltimore

Okay Dolores, I'm going to try this. My Grandmother made the best rolls, which I miss dearly...never got the hang of it.

This sounds like something I can easily do! Thanks for sharing!


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carolina muscle 6 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

Interesting recipe... I'll have to try this.


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KoffeeKlatch Gals 5 years ago from Sunny Florida

I am definitely going to try your recipes. That type of texture is great with soups. Voted up, useful and bookmarking.


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50 Caliber 5 years ago from Arizona

Delores, the deed is done! I used your recommendation of all white flour, and let it rest for probably 17 or a little better hours. The Elk stew in the crock and the bread, got me over fed! Good sopping bread. I keep a sour dough starter that is a decade old and make bread 3 times a week, this was way easier and very good, so I may have to refrigerate my starter to slow it down and add this bread on my Wednesday menu. Have you ever tried adding cheddar or other cheese to it? I like my Shepherds cheese bread with the sour dough. I just wonder if the cheese would hurt the rise or cooking of the bread. I'm going to try making this into "Bollo" bread, kind of like foot ball shaped rolls with a knife cut down the center, I buy a big sack now and again at the Mexican market in town. French toast this morning, thick sliced, I'm betting it will be great. Thanks for sharing, Dusty


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

ima - glad you liked! But remember that this is not the soft kind of dough common in rolls, but quite chewy (and delicious).

carolina - this is great bread for busy people as it does not take a lot of work! Thanks!

Koffee - I just baked a loaf last night to eat with last week's soup - what a great meal for a cold night. Thank you!

Dusty - I was hoping, this year, to bake all of my own bread but just have not got around to it. I have not been making this bread for very long and have not tried tweeking it yet. I make a regular bread and add Italian sausage, garlic, sauteed onions, and provolone cheese for parties - a meal unto itself! When I add all this stuff to the mix, I add it when I shape it just before the second rising.

I bet if you grate the cheese, it would be fine. You need to write your own bread hub because yours sounds great.


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Dave Mathews 5 years ago from NORTH YORK,ONTARIO,CANADA

I love the aroma and taste of fresh bread. This sounds yummie. After the second rising, I was just wondering what the chances might be of breaking the bread dough down to make bread rolls out of it on a cookie sheet? I was also wondering about the idea of adding some raisins and cinnomon to make some raisin bread. Would these ideas work with this recipe?


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Sweetsusieg 5 years ago from Michigan

I went to the store last night and bought some bread flour!! I'm all set, I'll let you know how it turns out!!


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Dave - with some recipes, I love to fool around and try new tricks but have not yet done so with this one. Why don't you try your ideas out? It's only 4 cups of bread flour. But don't forget that you cover the bread for 30 min when you bake it so you would have to figure out a way to cover the rolls. And cinnamon sounds great. Thanks and good luck!

Sweetsusie - my first was a flop but I did not use all bread flour - hope this great minimalist recipe works out well. Thank you!


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suejanet 5 years ago

This is a really good recipe, I think I will try it.


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burning bush 5 years ago

I love bread and although kneading is great therapy for stress, I am going to give this a try. Hot bread from the oven... mmmmm.


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

bush - I enjoy all kinds of bread but this one works well when you're in a hurry. I also love the texture, nice and chewy! Thanks for dropping in!


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Sally's Trove 5 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

Dolores, this recipe sounds outstanding and I am definitely going to make it (recipe already printed). I love a chewy bread and have recently gotten hooked on a Portuguese bread made by my local baker. That bread looks a lot like yours. I've got a sneaky suspicion the baker won't be getting quite as much cold cash from me in the future!


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Sally - good luck! Hope it turns out well for you. But you might get hooked and great bread can do a lot of damage to a gal's figure - haha! Thanks for commenting! Good to see you!


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GmaGoldie 5 years ago from Madison, Wisconsin

I am trying this right now. Thank you! I have wanted to make bread at home, just bought the yeast and I am ready to go. Thank you - this looks like the best bread for dipping - crusty and natural.


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AliciaC 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

Crusty and chewy bread is my favorite kind, and this recipe looks so simple! Even the long rising time isn’t bad if the ingredients are mixed in the evening before bedtime. I also like the fact that the bread contains no sugar or fat. I don’t have a Dutch oven, but I’m thinking that it might be a good idea to buy one.


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Goldie - have you noticed that yeast has become quite expensive? I like how this bread uses way less yeast than regular homemade bread. Thanks for commenting and good luck!

Alicia - I have my mom's old aluminum Dutch oven, but I want a cast iron one. Thank you! I make mine before bed too.


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GmaGoldie 5 years ago from Madison, Wisconsin

Dolores Monet,

It turned out great! My husband agrees - it is a winner! Thank you!


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craftybegonia 5 years ago from Southwestern, United States

It looks really yummy!


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Gma Goldie - Oh I am so glad that you reported your success! I have stopped buying bread and now make all my own. This recipe makes that possible!

crafty - looks and is! Thank you!


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amybradley77 5 years ago

I am following since there is a love of the Home Made here. I started making home made things a few years ago, as a way of saving money in our hard economic times. Now I love it so much I can't stop. I have posted some pictures, but there will be many more coming. Some of Great-Grandmother style home made things too. Thank you, A.B.


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Amy - I love homemade too, all kinds of things. Making your own things at home is creative and (often) thrifty. Good to meet you!


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lender3212000 5 years ago from Beverly Hills, CA

The picture alone made me want some and that was before I even read the article. Looks wonderful!


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RedElf 5 years ago from Canada

I used to love baking bread and buns, and did so every week. Tendonitis makes it too painful for me to kneed bread anymore, so I have to rely on my kid's bread machine - and it hates me. I will definitely have to give this a try over the holidays with some homemade soup!


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

lender - at first I was glad that the bread turned out so well. Now I'm glad that the picture turned out! Thank you!

RedElf - then this no knead bread is just right for you! Although you will have to stir a little. And it is great with soup. Thank you!


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Bob Ewing 5 years ago from New Brunswick

I love homemade bread will try this one. Thanks


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SUSIE405 5 years ago from Delray Beach, Florida

Looks like a good recipe, I will try it.


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esatchel 5 years ago from Kentucky

I have a book with recipes based on a similar principle. You make the dough and you can keep it in the fridge and pull out some and bake a loaf when you want it. It's a little different than the typical loaf pan kind of bread but is really quite rustic and delicious!

I'll give your recipes a whirl. I love fresh baked bread in the winter months.


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Kat07 5 years ago from Tampa

Which kind of yeast do you use?


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Ben Zoltak 5 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

this sounds great Dolores, yum. I have tried homemade bread with all purpose flour and it tasted like pretzel bread, though not as good as pretzels lol.

I look forward to trying this, where do you get your bread dough? Is there any non wheat you'd suggest? I see rye bread imported all the time, the stuff here's always mostly wheat with a little rye in it.

Best

Ben


Bread Man 5 years ago

Dolores, this looks good and seems pretty easy. It is similar to a recipe that I use but this one has to raise for a lot longer.


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Ben Zoltak 5 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

No water or anything goes under the rack in the dutch oven Dolores?


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Bob - thanks! Hope you enjoy the bread!

Susie - thank you!

esatchel - I have one in the fridge now but you use yeast as well as baking powder. It's quite convenient. Thanks!

Kat - I use granulated yeast. Maybe I should put that up in the hub - thank you!

Ben - Hi, good to see you! Where do I get my bread dough? This is a recipe for bread dough. If you mean where do I get the bread flour - most grocery stores carry bread flour, marked clearly on the bag. One does not see it if you are not looking.

As far as the non wheat business, I don't know much about that. And I have not attempted to tweak the recipe either, so you're on your own there! Happy New Year!

And water? No water under a rack.

Bread Man - the raising is not in a warm place but room temperature. Notice how little yeast we use in this bread, part of the whole slow rise thing. Thanks for commenting.


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Jennifer Burss 5 years ago from Michigan

This bread sounds delicious! I've made other breads but not quite anything like this one. I may try it soon. Thank you for sharing!


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Jennifer - I love the old fashioned 'real bread' texture of this recipe. Thanks!


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craftybegonia 5 years ago from Southwestern, United States

I love artisan breads. Baking is one of my favorite activities in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing! Voted up.


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

crafty - thank you! Baking is so much fun and it makes the whole house smell great. Good luck with the bread and I hope that you like it!


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Granny's House 5 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

I make homemade bread all the time. This looks like a great recipe. Will try


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Granny - homemade bread is so wonderful, especially in winter. Hope you like it! Thanks!


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Sally's Trove 5 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

Success! Even in my cold and drafty house, even though I managed to accidentally turn the oven OFF for the first 30 minutes of baking. Yikes! This bread recipe is sooooo tolerant. My daughter had a comment worth sharing, "It's not like any bread I've ever tasted before," at which point she did that roll-up-the-eyes gesture and moan a little. This one goes in my permanent file. Thank you!


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Sally - so glad for your success! I love your daughter's comment complete with eye roll and moan.


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Kamran100 5 years ago

YUMMY, .......WONDERFUL HUB


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Kamran - thank you!


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mulberry1 5 years ago

Sounds easy and looks good. I've made homemade bread only a few times, but this sounds like something I could tackle.


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

mulberry - it is easy. Just follow the instructions and don't monkey around with it like I did when it flopped. thanks!


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WillStarr 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

I'll have to try the all bread flour recipe. That and a dutch oven would be a great way to make a loaf of campfire bread. I'll be trying it next month and I'll let you know how it worked out.

Very useful Hub and voted that way.


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Will - I tried it with half regular flour and half bread flour and it did not rise so well as when I used all bread flour. Hope it works well for you! Thanks!


Sunnie Day 5 years ago

Hello Dolores

Thanks to 50 he sent me your way..looking forward to reading more hubs and trying out this bread recipe..I love the idea of the dutch oven..Thanks again.

Sunnie


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Hi, Sunnie - the only trouble with this recipe is that you have to remember to put it together at night. By ten o'clock, I am lucky I remember my own name, let alone make bread, haha. I often put the dry ingredients in a bowl just after dinner and have everything out on the counter so that I remember to make it. Thank you!


Sunnie Day 5 years ago

That sounds like a fine idea as I too have a little trouble getting side tracked..need to have steps..and in some sort of order..Thank you so much. Excited to try it soon.


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Sunnie - I just made bread the slow way today because I forgot to make the dough last night, too interested in listening to Old Time Radio! haha! Thanks!


Sunnie Day 5 years ago

hahaha...Going to get the ingredients today to get started..can't wait to tell you if I was able to do it right or not..keep your fingers crossed..:)


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gr82bme 5 years ago from USA

Fantastic tips. I make my own bread all the time. I do not like store bought bread. I have never seen this recipe. I am starting mine today. I think I will try adding the cheese.

Thank you

Tina

Voted up and bookmarking. I am also going to share with friends on FB


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

gr8 - I have never tweaked this recipe. But, using a 'regular' bread recipe, I have added provolone and cooked sausage - it's delicious!


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cheneats 5 years ago from Sunshine State

YUM ... thank you for sharing!


A.CreativeThinker 5 years ago

I love making bread, especially the old fashioned way!

The smell, taste and texture! Oh, the thought makes me

want to go and bake some bread!!! Thanks for sharing this

lovely recipe Dolores Monet. Great Hub. :)

Regards,

A.CreativeThinker


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Dolores Monet 5 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

cheneats - thanks!

creative thinker - I love to bake bread, but more often during the colder weather. This is a wonderful cold weather recipe as it is so robust. Thank you!


Linda 5 years ago

Your bread recipe brings a smile to my face and a growl to my stomach.


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SanneL 5 years ago from Sweden

No knead bread. . . is music to my ears!

Looks wonderful, bookmarking this recipe!!

Thanks!


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prism3x 4 years ago

sounds like wonderful bread! Will try this out soon! Thanks for sharing


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kittyjj 4 years ago from San Jose, California

It sounds easy to make. I'll give it a try. Thanks for sharing. :)


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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

Hi Dolores,

I haven't made homemade bread in some time but love good loaves that are crusty and with a bit of body. This looks like it would be the type of bread that we would enjoy. Thanks for your recipe. Will have to give this a try. Voted up and useful.


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Dolores Monet 4 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Linda - thank you!

Sannel - the bread is not as soft as kneaded bread, it has a real body and is great for sandwiches. Thanks!

prism - hope it turns out well! Thanks!

kitty - good luck with the bread making! Thanks!

Hi, Peggy - I am a bit of a bread nut and make bread at least once a week. Once you get in the habit, there's nothing to it! Thanks so much!


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Angela Brummer 4 years ago from Lincoln, Nebraska

Oh I can't wait to try this!!! It just smells like home with fresh baked bread!


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Hyphenbird 4 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

Yum. I make bread and now have a craving for it. The loaf you show looks easy enough and is just lovely. There is something so basic and satisfying about bread making. Thanks for the great and mouthwatering recipe.


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Dolores Monet 4 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Angela Brummer- I have not made this one for awhile - of course making bread is best in colder weather. Thanks!

Hyphenbird - Thank you! Follow the recipe exactly and don't mess around with it like I did on my first try. I know it seems as if there are not enough of certain ingredients we usually use in breads. This is such a nice, chewy loaf!


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Dolores Monet 4 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Angela Brummer - you are certainly right about that! I like to serve homemade bread with soup. Thank you!

Hyphenbird - thank you! This makes such a nice, chewy loaf!


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Sue Bailey 3 years ago from South Yorkshire, UK

I've just started baking my own bread again. I'm experimenting with sour dough at present and having some success. I might try this as I like the idea of no knead. Voted up and useful and shared with my followers.

It's going to take me a while but I intend to do my best to work my way through all of your hubs. I've made a start already and shared them with my followers. I don't know why I didn't notice your work earlier. Truly great stuff!


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas

This looks delicious and easy. I'm going to have to give this a try because it looks yummy and I love homemade bread. It all looks good, but I think I'm going to try the whole wheat version.

My mother used to bake 5 loaves of bread every week. It was indeed a long process, but it was oh so good! If I can get even close to the delicious bread she used to bake with this quicker easier method, I will be so happy. So glad I found this information and recipe!

Voted up, useful, and sharing with my followers. Also pinned to my 'Breads, Muffins & Sweet rolls' board.


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Dolores Monet 2 years ago from East Coast, United States Author

Au Fait - thank you! Got this recipe from my son who is quite a good cook.

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