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Easy no knead bread

Easy no knead bread
RatingDifficultyBeginner

A really light and fluffy bread. It would be ideal for dipping in vinegar and oil..... mmmmm yummy! This is a really simple recipe for some delicious and easy no-knead bread.

Easy no knead bread
Yields1 Serving
Cook Time45 mins
Easy no knead bread
 1 Satchet Yeast
 500 g Strong Flour
 2 tsp Sea Salt
 2 tbsp Olivie Oil
Easy no knead bread
1

Put the yeast in a jug with 500ml warm water and stir.

2

Chuck the flour into a bowl and pour the water and yeast into it, together with the salt and mix. Once mixed cover with cling film and leave to rise for a minimum of eight hours but preferable over night.

3

Once risen, brush another large bowl with olive oil and dust with flour. Transfer the dough from original bowl to new one, dust the top with a little flour. Then you need to cover again with cling film and leave for another hour.

4

Whilst it is proving, pre heat your oven to 180 and put you loaf tin in the oven to get it warm.

5

When the tin is really hot take out of the oven and pour the dough into it (the dough should sizzle as you pour in). Dust the top with flour.

Chuck it in the oven for 45 minutes to an hour and turn it out onto a wire rack to cool for 10 minutes before cutting.

Remember it should sound hollow when you tap the bottom when cooked. If it doesn’t chuck it back in the oven for a short time.

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Ingredients

Easy no knead bread
 1 Satchet Yeast
 500 g Strong Flour
 2 tsp Sea Salt
 2 tbsp Olivie Oil

Directions

Easy no knead bread
1

Put the yeast in a jug with 500ml warm water and stir.

2

Chuck the flour into a bowl and pour the water and yeast into it, together with the salt and mix. Once mixed cover with cling film and leave to rise for a minimum of eight hours but preferable over night.

3

Once risen, brush another large bowl with olive oil and dust with flour. Transfer the dough from original bowl to new one, dust the top with a little flour. Then you need to cover again with cling film and leave for another hour.

4

Whilst it is proving, pre heat your oven to 180 and put you loaf tin in the oven to get it warm.

5

When the tin is really hot take out of the oven and pour the dough into it (the dough should sizzle as you pour in). Dust the top with flour.

Chuck it in the oven for 45 minutes to an hour and turn it out onto a wire rack to cool for 10 minutes before cutting.

Remember it should sound hollow when you tap the bottom when cooked. If it doesn’t chuck it back in the oven for a short time.

6

If you like this recipe don't forget to follow me on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

Want more bread recipe's? Then head over and check out another bread recipe and my delicious flatbread recipe
Easy no knead bread

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