How to make Super Soft No Knead Bread at home.

How to make Super Soft No Knead Bread at home.

No Knead Bread,Super easy, Super soft.

No Knead Bread recipe so insanely brilliant – no sticky fingers, no doughy mess, no intricate measuring, no complicated kneading. Totally hands-off.
Here is the recipe to make soft no knead bread . It requires no kneading. It uses no special ingredients, equipment or techniques. And it takes very little effort.


1Tsp Active dried yeast

1Tablespoon Sugar

525g flour, here i took 150 gms (1 cup) whole wheat flour and 375 gms(2 and half cups) All purpose flour.You can adjust the proportion as you need.100 percent whole wheat flour bread will not be very soft as it contain less gluten.
plus extra for dusting…

400 ml warm water (250 ml for activating yeast and 150 extra)

1 and half tsp sea salt

1 tbsp oil


1.Activate the dried yeast.

Pour 250ml warm water into a bowl and sprinkle over the yeast and sugar. Stir well until sugar and yeast get dissolved.

2. Measure the flour.

3.Combine the wet and dry ingredients.

4.Wrap it with a plastic film and keep it aside in a warm environment for the first proofing.

After six hours,degas the fermented dough and then pull and stretch the dough…and fold it over a few times to give it some shape.

5. Transfer it into a baking vessel.

6. Cover the pan with cling film Make the dough rest for the second proofing.
Approximately after 1 hour the dough will get doubled in size.

Now time for Baking.

7.Bake at 400 degree F for 35-40 minutes.

You will get a beautifully caramelized golden brown crusted loaf of bread.I like soft crust….So i Smeared it with lil butter to make the crust more soft.

The inside of the bread will be very soft ,airy and so moistened.I am sure your whole family would love this bread.

Turn the bread out onto a wire rack and leave to cool for 10-15 mins before slicing.

Enjoy Baking No knead Bread in your kitchen.

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  • pearlyb51 on February 12, 2020

    The bread looks so delicious, I must try your recipe.

  • Jacqueline Gabbidon on February 12, 2020

    Looks so easy, soft and delish. I will definitely try this. Thanks ?

  • Jyoti S on February 12, 2020

    Hi, Can we use rock salt instead of sea salt?

  • Chidiogo Radiant on February 12, 2020

    Easiest bread recipe. Thanks a lot

  • Ellen Kwok on February 12, 2020

    Hi Bincy, thank you for sharing your recipe. If I want to add raisins in the bread, when should add to it? Thanks!

  • Robin McWilliams on February 12, 2020

    I'm so excited to try this! I wanted to try making a soft bread!

  • tsinay40 on February 12, 2020

    Where can I find recipe

  • maryj Smith on February 12, 2020


  • Deya Diaz on February 12, 2020

    This is the second recipe I have made from your channel and it turned out amazing!! I don’t think I’ll buy more bread from the grocery store.
    Thank you so much!!!

  • claudelle Scott on February 12, 2020

    Can you use whole milk and honey instead of water and sugar? Also butter instead of oil?

  • Daughter of the king Of Israel on February 12, 2020

    Made it and my husband said best bread ever. Would this recipe work for rolls?

  • K B on February 12, 2020

    Hi Bincy – Thank you for your lovely, easy recipe. For a non-dairy version should I brush the baked loaf with oil or use a good margarine?

  • Rene Borroto on February 12, 2020

    Thank you for this video. I’m going to try your recipe. I have made no-knead bread before, great immediately after baking, but gets hard as a rock soon thereafter, even if I keep it wrapped to prevent dehydration. Maybe your method will work better for me. Thanks again!

  • Terrisann Brooks on February 12, 2020

    Why using the handle?

  • Melissa Palafox on February 12, 2020

    What temperature is the water you said warm water but i don't want to make it too cold or too warm? Please

  • T Young on February 12, 2020

    Let me get this straight, So, once the sugar/yeast mixture is activated in 250ml or 1cup + 2 and 1/4 teaspoons warm water you add another 150ml or 1/2cup + 2 and 1/4 teaspoons water to the yeast water equaling 400ml or 1 and 2/3 cup water total before mixing it with the dry ingredients?

  • truth agenda on February 12, 2020

    Excellent video this and the bread looks delicious.I note that there are 215 people with no taste who have given this the thumb down.Hope I never come across these culinary clowns.

  • Gladys Esther on February 12, 2020

    I'm new in your chanel. I'm going to do this bred next week for thanksgiving. I have a question ; can I substitute the sesamo oil for another one like canola oil or butter?

  • Fina Francis on February 12, 2020

    Very precise explanation.I liked the way of presentation too.Keep going Bincy✌

  • Sandra Moore on February 12, 2020

    My bad, I accidently used one packet of yeast (which is 2 1/4 tsp) instead of 1 tsp…That may have been why it raised so fast, but when I had mixed it into the water and truvia, it didn't create a lot of bubbles on top, and I wondered if the yeast was any good. But it turned out well.

  • Sandra Moore on February 12, 2020

    I made your bread for my husband who likes sandwiches…I am not much of a bread person, but I tried a slice to see how it came out. OMG! It is like manna from heaven! I couldn't stop eating it. The only things I did differently was using 1 1/2 tsp truvia baking blend, sifted the flours, used EVOO, and left off the seeds. I had previously used the oven at 425 degrees for something else. I closed the oven and turned it off while I ate and before I made the bread. I set the glass bowl with a rubber lid in the oven with the light on and it had risen in 1 hour…I transfered it to a bread pan and covered it, and it was done rising a 2nd time in 15 minutes. I cooked it for 40 minutes at 400 degrees, and some of the bread dough had starting going over the side of the pan. I put 1 tablespoon of butter all over it to make the crust soft like you said. The top crust didn't get soft for me for some reason, but the bread is wonderful as far as I am concerned.

  • Sandra Moore on February 12, 2020

    Looks wonderful and easy! Thank you so much!

  • Shweta Ranjan on February 12, 2020

    I am gonna try it today only.??

  • Terry Harris on February 12, 2020

    Awesome. That's tomorrow morning's plan! Thank you!

  • P Woolard on February 12, 2020

    Thank you for taking the time to share this recipe. Mine turned out great using only bread flour. I think I'll try the next loaf with herbs and garlic along with the sesame seeds.

  • bethperrotta on February 12, 2020

    Looks like a great recipe, thank you. Love the butter tip for soft crust as I don't like crust unless soft. I will try it with einkorn flour plus added vital wheat gluten and their allowance for 15% less liquid.If anyone here has tried it with enkorn , I'd appreciate any results good or bad as I am learning. Thanks

  • Sue Copening on February 12, 2020

    Do you leave bread in baking pan to cool, take it out to cool or does it matter?

  • Sue Copening on February 12, 2020

    I missed that she added an extra .6 cups of water on top of the 1 cup she dissolved yeast in. It just kind of slipped by when she said 400ml total.

  • shookdr m.d. on February 12, 2020

    no touching………….with hands…….first time!

  • Faith Peace on February 12, 2020

    As someone who has been trying to cultivate a skill of bread making for months, all I see before me are lies.

  • truthundefeated on February 12, 2020

    Can i use milk instead of water?

  • Phyllis D'Souza on February 12, 2020

    I like all your videos

  • Amanda Garcia on February 12, 2020

    Thank you so much for posting this wonderful recipe. You did a wonderful job of explaining each step to us perfectly! Excellent video:-) Great results:-) Love your channel:-)

  • Kashmira Jain on February 12, 2020

    Lovely recipe, so easy to make, thanks for sharing. God bless you.
    Can we replace yeast with something else, vegetarian, as my yeast is not rising?

  • PNW Tactical prepper on February 12, 2020

    Good video

  • Sapna Gupta on February 12, 2020

    Hi it's very nice recipe , can I make in microwave as I don't have otg? Pls tell

  • moria golden on February 12, 2020

    I make mine so similar except I use honey instead of sugar
    Look awesome

  • Agnes Zephyrin on February 12, 2020

    Hello my dear, this recipe is the easiest so far. I am so glad I found your channel.. I am surely going to try this one. Thanks for sharing..

  • lindsey 96 on February 12, 2020

    Do i still need to activate the yeast if i using the instant dry yeast?

  • Diya Shyam on February 12, 2020

    Hey Bincy , well explained tutorial (as always) ? and beautiful bread.. I would like to make it ..can u please tell me the pan size ?

  • Lin Bat on February 12, 2020

    I just found you and can't wait to try this recipe! Your voice is so soft and tender just like the bread looks!!! Blessings for sharing this!

  • Debra Jane on February 12, 2020

    Hi there, can I use instant yeast?

  • Debbie Gunter on February 12, 2020

    This recipe did not flip my skirt. It was too sweet for me. I am going back to Artisan Bread with Stev. Hubby did like it. It was soft. So hubby can make it! ???

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