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4 Amazing No-Knead Breads
I truly was amazed when I made my first no-knead yeast bread. It was crusty, had fabulous texture, and the flavor was incredible!
Over the past few years I've made dozens of yeast breads and yeast rolls. Here are 4 of my favorite no-knead versions.
Follow the arrows below to see all of these easy yeast bread recipes.Continue to 2 of 5 below.
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Easy No-Knead Bread
For this incredibly easy bread, all you need is some parchment paper , a Dutch oven, and some rising time. The bread is made with just a small amount of yeast and rises over a period of 12 to 18 hours. Just combine the ingredients in a mixer or by hand and let the yeast do all of the heavy work.
Recipe: Easy No-Knead BreadContinue to 3 of 5 below.
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Beer Rye Bread, No-Knead
This crusty rye bread gets extra flavor from the rye flour and beer, and it's especially flavorful if you add the caraway seeds. If you don't care form caraway seeds, you can leave them out.
Use this bread for grilled cheese or Reuben sandwiches.
Recipe: No-Knead Beer RyeContinue to 4 of 5 below.
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No-Knead Jalapeno and Cheese Bread
This Tex-Mex style yeast bread is amazing in both the flavor and the ease of preparation. Jalapeno peppers, a little cornmeal, and shredded cheese go into the dough, and there's no need to knead!
Bake this bread to go with a batch of chili or baked beans.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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No-Knead Loaf Bread
For this bread, I decided to get away from the Dutch oven shape. I used a little more yeast and let it rise for about 5 hours total. Handle the dough gently when coaxing it into the loaf pan and you'll have lots of beautiful air pockets throughout the loaf.
Recipe: No-Knead Loaf Bread