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How to make Super Soft No Knead Bread at home.

How to make Super Soft No Knead Bread at home.

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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.

Ingredients

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

Method

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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28 Comments

  • Tessa Mae on July 14, 2019

    stupid indian! it's yeast, not EAST!!!

  • Karen During Plessis on July 14, 2019

    what is all purpose flower

  • mapelian button on July 14, 2019

    Can I use instead yeast though? That's all I have.

  • Susan Moret on July 14, 2019

    Bincy, I made this yesterday!! I followed your recipe exactly!! It came out beautiful!! My family loved it! Thank you!!

  • Anuradha Roy on July 14, 2019

    Thanks. I baked a perfect bread.

  • 樱姿叶 on July 14, 2019

    Like

  • Debjani Bagchi on July 14, 2019

    400 f means 200c?

  • Emmanuelle on July 14, 2019

    Made this recipe 3 days ago. To this day, the bread is still soft.
    Thanks for sharing.

  • Marlene McKellips on July 14, 2019

    This bread looks delicious.

  • Ana Trigo on July 14, 2019

    Dear Bincy, thanks for sharing your knowledge with us! Is that possible to use only whole flour or at least a part of it? My best regards from Brazil

  • Manishaaaaaaaaaa on July 14, 2019

    Hello Bincy. With the same measurements my dough is not as sticky as yours. Can I add more water? What is more important…the measurements or the texture of the dough? Thank you

  • Meryl Garcia on July 14, 2019

    Hi. Can I add an egg to this recipe?

  • Leah on July 14, 2019

    Is this bread still good the second and third day. I found these breads to harden and dry with each day. We cant finish it in one day

  • Hazel Hazel on July 14, 2019

    I have to try your recipe found your instructions to be very clear and easy to follow as I grew up eating fresh baked bread and rolls as a young girl but never had any success with yeast breads but good at cakes and other specialty loaves such as pumpkin, walnut, coconut, zucchini, etc. Will let you know about my attempt so I thank you for sharing this with us.

  • DEVYANI KHADILKAR on July 14, 2019

    How much fresh yeast instead of dry yeast should i put?

  • Brenda 2016 on July 14, 2019

    I am just wondering could I use milk instead of water please?

  • MoonLightOnWater1 on July 14, 2019

    Looks soooo delicious! I’m baking this now!

  • Heaven scent on July 14, 2019

    Is it still moist after a few days and how long is the shelf life? TIA

  • Syed Haroon on July 14, 2019

    Good morning, have a nice day .very test full

  • Kathy C.Bacso on July 14, 2019

    Thank you very much,can i live out the sugar?

  • ImForgivenToo on July 14, 2019

    Could you tell me the size of your bread pan ? thank you !

  • ImForgivenToo on July 14, 2019

    Such a nice video ! presentation is great…your voice and the music are very soothing and easy to listen to.
    Can't wait to try your recipe. Your bread looks wonderful !

  • Merrilee on July 14, 2019

    What a beautiful bread! I can't wait to try your recipe!❤💕❤

  • dave mcmanus on July 14, 2019

    Looks very good. Delicious. I bet my kids will love it.

  • Fatema Rahman on July 14, 2019

    Pls show us easy way of making chicken bun.Thank you.

  • Jenny Wu on July 14, 2019

    Just tried today. It was super soft . The receipt is very easy to follow. Good job!

  • Prof Edo on July 14, 2019

    Another nice video, indeed!

    To those who are asking, using bread flour is ok.

    And to make your bread really softer, try sifting or aerating your flour first before mixing it with the other ingredients. You will notice the BIG difference!

  • Fatema Rahman on July 14, 2019

    Dear Bincy finally I succeeded in making bread.Thank you so much this is going to be my all time recipe. One last question do I keep it in the loaf pan to cool or take it out immediately after it’s baked.