Friday, December 07, 2007

no knead Dutch oven bread

Is there such a thing as a 'no knead' bread, that takes hardly any hands-on time, but tastes like delicious artisan bread? I had not come across any, until I read in Mother Earth News magazine about the NY Times article.
The bread is made in a Dutch oven, which I have, so I thought I'd give it a try. It came out delicious!! A rustic flavorful crusty loaf ~ I know, it seems too good to be true...
If you are interested, you can read the Mother Earth News article & recipe here, and there's a video of the making of the bread here.
Happy Baking!

25 comments:

  1. That looks really good!

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  2. This looks delicious! As I don't seem to be getting to my projects, I'm going to try your advice about getting my chores done in the morning and spend the afternoon for the fun stuff! Have a great weekend! ~ Lynda xo

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  3. I went directly to the recipe site, printed off the recipe and several of the helpful comments, and then watched the video...incredible! I can't wait to try it. I am thinking this weekend would be good, as we have snow in the forecast and a Christmas tree to chop down! Thanks so much.

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  4. This sounds so interesting to me. My hands hurt after kneading bread dough, this could just be the ticket.

    Thanks, I have bookmarked the site to read at my leisure.

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  5. I love no-knead bread- it's the easiest, prettiest bread I've made.

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  6. I love this recipe and my family is always impressed!

    I like that I can make it when I have energy in the morning and bake it for dinner.

    My kids like to dip it in olive oil and balsamic vinegar!

    I love your blog BTW!

    Debbie

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  7. That looks soo good! Bread and sweets are my weakness. I'll go check the recipe now, thanks!

    Manuela

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  8. Hello Deb! I made this bread for the first time a few months ago. I love it. It's time consuming but easy. Your loaf looks divine.

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  9. Oh I love no-kneed bread and bake it all the time. here is a yummy trick I leaned. Substitute with a 1/4 of rye flour (but not more it gives a slight tang and is sooo good. Clarice

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  10. That bread is beautiful. I don't have a Dutch oven, though. I will go and read the article - maybe I'll get my Dutch oven for Christmas!

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  11. Wow, I'm impressed...in a dutch oven huh? I may just have to give it a try. It looks sooo yummy!
    I can almost smell it too.
    Rose

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  12. I've been wanting to make this bread ever since the recipe was in the NY Times -- but alas no Dutch oven! So if Santa would please give me a Dutch oven, I would be ever so grateful.

    Thanks for reminding me about this bread. And thanks for your blog -- such a lovely place to visit.

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  13. Mmmm, nothing better then homemade bread this looks yummy...I would love having a slice with some soup. I don't have a Dutch oven but I want to check out the recipe. Linda

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  14. I was just looking for bread recipes - this looks delicious!! Thanks! :-)

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  15. Here is the "quicker" no-knead bread recipe.

    I have been making the 18 hour version for months and then found this and find it to be a nice alternative.

    Hope you like it!

    http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/baked-good/noknead-bread-in-a-hurry-035556

    Debbie

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  16. Your bread looks delicious. Don't know where I've been, but I hadn't read anything about no-knead bread until a few weeks ago. Thanks for the link!

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  17. Thank you for sharing this. The bread looks yummy. I'll visit the link and learn how to do it, too.

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  18. Looks delicious - I will follow the link and try it. Thanks Deb.

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  19. angela11:25 AM

    When my M.E. News came this was the first article I turned to. I marked it as a "should" try. Glad to read a review on it, before I try. Now it is a "must" try.
    Thanks

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  20. That looks soooo good, all warmed up and with lots of tea and jam and butter...mmmmm!

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  21. Thanks, ladies, for all your comments! And thank you Clarice for the tip about the rye flour, and also thanks Debbie for the link to the quicker version. :)

    Deb

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  22. Mary@Turkeyfarmtreasures5:41 PM

    Made this bread today with 100% whole wheat flour, good but very dense. Thanks for the link.

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  23. Anonymous4:30 PM

    Anyone considering no-knead bread should read the work-over of this recipe in "Cook's Illustrated," Jan-Feb, 2008. Gives a good explanation of how it works, a great tip for getting the dough into the blazing hot dutch oven, and some recipe tweaks (a little lager, a little vinegar).

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  24. Steve8:12 PM

    This looks great, but after reading the recipe, it seems like it's more bother and time-consuming than making a good kneaded bread. I'll give it a try, though. Thanks for posting it!

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Thank you for taking time to leave a comment--I love reading each and every one! I will try to answer any questions you have in the comment section. Due to the amount of spam, I am sadly no longer able to accept Anonymous comments....Kindly, Deb

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