No need for knead bread

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I like my live in England. I really love that on each step I am spoiled for choice especially food choice. But with all that variety sometimes I miss polish flavours, mostly crusty bread. That’s why when last time my boyfriend decided to bake some bread for us I got so excited. You could smell that amazing smell in whole house. And when we took it from oven I couldn’t stop myself and eat it still hot. We had it just with salted butter which melted so nicely on top of bread. It was so delicious that we end up eating whole loaf in one evening 😀 So it didn’t gave me any choice than to bake another one the next day. The recipe its a nice, simple base which you can moderate. In future I’m thinking to change flour to wholegrain and maybe add some seeds- to make it more nutrishious.

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DSC_0747Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cup warm water
  • 2 1/4 tsp yeast
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 4 cups plain flour
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Get a mixing bowl and add tepid water.

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Add the yeast…. and salt and mix with hand whisk.

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and salt and mix with hand whisk.

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Add the flour and mix it with a spoon.

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If you want to corporate the dough even more you can use your hands.

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Ready dough place in the bowl.

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Cover the bowl with a kitchen cloth and leave for about 2 hours in a place without draft.

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In the meantime preheat oven to 230 c degrees. In the oven place a flat tray and on the bottom place a tray with salted water (steaming water will help to create a nice crust).

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When the dough rise place it on the hot tray sprinkled with flour.

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Sprinkle the dough with some more flour and cut it on the top. Bake it for 30 minutes.

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Enjoy your fresh bread 🙂

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