The idea of making no-knead bread has been circulating around the Internet for a few years now, but for good reason. Ridiculously easy to make, baking up a daily batch of rustic crusty bread seems almost too good to be true—but it isn’t.
I’ve been using this method to make our bread for at least two years now. Sometimes I fall off the bread-making wagon, but I’m on it more often than not, simply because there are few things I enjoy more than a slice of crusty bread, especially when topped with a hunk of aged cheddar and a dollop of jam.
Two of the most popular methods are Jim Lahey’s No-Knead Bread and the technique used in the book Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. My way of doing it takes the best of both recipes and combines them to make something slightly easier, if that’s even possible.
Have you tried no-knead bread? Would you make bread for your family on a regular basis?
To see the full printable recipe, click here: No-Knead Bread