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How to Bake No-Knead Bread in a Skillet & More (Easy... 4 Ingredients... No Mixer... No Yeast Proofing): From the Kitchen of Artisan Bread with Steve Steve Gamelin

How to Bake No-Knead Bread in a Skillet & More (Easy... 4 Ingredients... No Mixer... No Yeast Proofing): From the Kitchen of Artisan Bread with Steve

Steve Gamelin

Published June 11th 2014
ISBN : 9781500164331
Paperback
36 pages
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 About the Book 

No Dutch oven... no problem... use a skillet, cookie sheet, bread pan, or a variety of other common household items. All too often we associate no-knead bread with the Dutch oven, but no-knead dough can be baked in the open oven (without a lid) usingMoreNo Dutch oven... no problem... use a skillet, cookie sheet, bread pan, or a variety of other common household items. All too often we associate no-knead bread with the Dutch oven, but no-knead dough can be baked in the open oven (without a lid) using a variety of common baking vessels. This cookbook explores the options. It applies the new hands-free technique to the worlds easiest bread recipe (4 ingredients). One recipe... lots of options... It will expand the world of no-knead bread making, stimulate your imagination, and please your pallet. Cookbook discusses... Ingredients, Technique & Tips, Degas, Pull & Stretch, Roll to Coat, Equipment & Bakeware, etc. followed by simple bread recipes. The first five recipes use the hands-free technique to bake no-knead bread in a skillet, baking stone, cookie sheet, pie plate and cake pan... to demonstrate you can use common everyday bakeware that you already have to bake no-knead bread. The next recipe uses the hands-free technique to make honey oatmeal bread in a bread pan... to demonstrate how to add flavor ingredients to make a special loaf in a bread pan. The next three recipes use a modified hands-free technique... to demonstrate how to divide dough into portions to make demi loaves, dinner rolls and sandwich rolls using cast iron mini round bakers, a jumbo muffin pan and mini loaf pans to shape the rolls for you. I think youll find the cookbook interesting. Thanks - Steve