How to make it

  • mix yeast and warm water dissolve about 5 minutes
  • mix flour, salt and sugar in large bowl set aside
  • in your kitchenaide mixer with the dough hook on, mix yeast mixture and 1 1/4 cups water until well blended
  • add a cup of flour mixture at a time
  • knead about 5 minutes or until well blended
  • place dough in a bowl and rub olive oil on it
  • let rise 1 1/2 hours
  • punch dough and split into two balls
  • roll each ball out into a 9 x 13 flat
  • roll like a jelly roll and place on pan
  • or roll into balls of any size
  • grease dough and let rise 1 more hour or until double in size
  • bake at 375 for 1/2 hour
  • Crunchy outside and chewy inside
  • very good all around bread
  • Great cheese and wine bread

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  • dollbuggy 9 years ago
    recently purchased a kitchen aid (1st one was loaned, never returned, lone story...) and this was 2nd recipe i made (after great hamburger buns - will supply if asked). much easier than the revered no knead bread and very good. made one batch with king arthur unbleached flour and one with kind arthur bread flour. am undecided. but, both are more than acceptable than most bread available to me to buy. no knead bread takes so long and is really rather fussy, despite the no mess no fuss kudos.
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    " It was excellent "
    jennyfur007 ate it and said...
    I have made this bread over and over again! Perfect every time.
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  • monet2cooks3 10 years ago
    Great recipe. Perfect for wine tasting parties.
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