2-Hour Fastest No Knead Bread
This recipe uses MORE YEAST than my Faster No Knead Bread. The rest of the ingredients are the same. Be sure to aerate (not sift) your flour before measuring. - Jenny Jones
My Mother's Best, No-Knead Peasant Bread Recipe | Alexandra's Kitchen
Notes: The bread: This is a sticky, no-knead dough, so, some sort of baking vessel, such as pyrex bowls (about 1-L or 1-qt) or ramekins for mini loaves is required to bake this bread. See notes below the recipe for sources. You can use a bowl that is about 2 qt or 2 L in size to bake off the whole batch of dough (versus splitting the dough in half) but do not use this size for baking half of the dough — it is too big. Peasant Bread Fans! There is now a book: Bread Toast Crumbs, a…
Multigrain No Knead Bread, Multigrain Bread | Jenny Can Cook
It’s crusty when it’s first made and later it’s a fabulous grainy, loaf with a soft interior. You’ll need a 5-quart Dutch oven with an oven-proof handle (I have used 3 and 6-quart as well) and some parchment paper (Reynolds brand is best). ALWAYS AERATE YOUR FLOUR BEFORE MEASURING!
No-Knead Sourdough Bread
Characterized by its crusty, chewy texture, robust sourdough flavor, and rich golden color, this sourdough loaf has become a favorite in our test kitchen. It relies entirely on its starter for leavening; but with an active, bubbly starter, a little bit of patience, and minimal effort, you’ll be amazed by this stunning, delicious loaf.
No-Knead Harvest Bread
Plan ahead for this easy bread — an overnight or all-day rise gives it terrific flavor. Packed with whole grains, dried fruit, and nuts, King Arthur Unbleached Bread Flour guarantees this loaf will rise nicely and offer satisfying chew. For the best crust, bake in a ceramic bread crock or a covered clay baker.