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Old 01-14-2019, 09:34 AM   #1
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So delicious and so easy. Recipe can be found here:
https://www.jocooks.com/recipes/no-k...HehSaeXJpd9pVM

Get the yeast blooming and get the other ingredients into a bowl. We had some rosemary so I chopped up about 1/4 cups worth into the recipe.



Mix and let rise for an hour.



Oil up a cast iron skillet and add dough and press down to cover skillet bottom.



Cover and let rise again for 30-60 minutes. Preheat oven to 450 and add start cooking.



Cool and enjoy.

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Old 01-14-2019, 09:38 AM   #2
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Very nice That looks Great
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That looks and sounds great - AND I found a link to some no-knead 1-hour cinnamon rolls that ought to be worth trying as well!
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Looks great!! I make a similar one that rises in a bowl overnight that you drop in a screaming hot dutch oven. So good. Jim Lahey is the master of no knead dough for breads and pizza
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Looks delicious.
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WOW I would hit that with butter now.
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Bookmarked. Looks like a fun bread to try, Thanks!
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So delicious and so easy. Recipe can be found here:
https://www.jocooks.com/recipes/no-k...HehSaeXJpd9pVM

Get the yeast blooming and get the other ingredients into a bowl. We had some rosemary so I chopped up about 1/4 cups worth into the recipe.



Mix and let rise for an hour.



Oil up a cast iron skillet and add dough and press down to cover skillet bottom.



Cover and let rise again for 30-60 minutes. Preheat oven to 450 and add start cooking.



Cool and enjoy.


Your bread looks a lot better than the websites bread.
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Great tutorial...


Question - I can't tell from the pictures, but is the texture light and airy like a brioche roll, or slightly more dense like a biscuit?
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Great tutorial...


Question - I can't tell from the pictures, but is the texture light and airy like a brioche roll, or slightly more dense like a biscuit?
It is very airy for sure. Didn't rise as much as I thought it would but is certainly fluffy and light. What I didn't mention in my modifications to the recipe was I finely shredded pepperjack and colby (1/2 cup each) into it as well. May have affected the texture a little, but no enough to make it dense.
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Excellent looking bread, nice job. I would never have thought to try a no-knead recipe in an uncovered skillet instead of a covered Dutch oven. Certainly a nice variation.
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