I have been really busy this fall and haven't been spending as much time baking as I'd like to. Yesterday, I went to make lunch for the kids and discovered one crumbly, very sad looking end piece of bread staring at me from the bottom of the sandwich bread bag :-( My next thought was, should I run out to the store as the temperature outside is dropping like a rock? No way! I'll make my go to recipe for no knead bread. No "need" to worry!
This recipe is extremely easy. You just have to plan a little...just a little, because this bread will have to sit and grow for about 18 hours. I use my cast iron stock pot and cook it at 450 degrees for half an hour. I don't use the cornmeal either, I just use extra flour on the towel and on the top. You can throw it together before bed and then finish the process the next day before dinner. Nice crispy hot bread for dinner!!!
You can get the full recipe here. Watch and see how easy it is. It's very, very difficult to mess this one up. I made this today, and when I put it in the oven it looked like a doughy blob of something I can't describe, but came out of the oven as a beautiful boule of artisan bread! It really makes me look like I know what I'm doing!


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