No Knead French Bread

No Knead French Bread created by AZPARZYCH

I got this from a friend when I was in high school. This is wonderful!! And so super easy! Thanks Kate!

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1hr 30mins
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  • Dissolve yeast in warm water.
  • In a large bowl mix hot water, sugar, oil, salt and 1/2 of the flour.
  • Stir in yeast mixture.
  • Gradually add remaining flour until it is all mixed in .
  • Leave spoon in dough and let sit 10 minute.
  • Stir vigorously.
  • Let sit 10 more min, then stir again.
  • Repeat until it has been stirred 5 times.
  • Divide dough in 1/2.
  • Roll each half into a rectangle about 9 by 12 inches.
  • Roll up length wise and place seam down on a baking sheet.
  • Optionally brush with egg white.
  • Let rise 30 minute.
  • Bake at 400 for 25- 35 minute.
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"I got this from a friend when I was in high school. This is wonderful!! And so super easy! Thanks Kate!"
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  1. Dr. Paul
    This recipe has a major error. When it comes time to stir vigorously, the dough is so thick that I can not drive a spoon into it. I’ve had some experience with other “no kneed” bread recipes, so added another cup of water (3 1/2 total) giving me a workable batter. Then I followed the recipe and the result was two, fine loaves of bread! However, stirring every 10 minutes for an hour is not much different from kneading, so why bother?
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  2. Dr. Paul
    Impossible unless you add another cup of water (3 total). Then comes out fine.
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  3. Julieann O.
    With kitchen aid mixer, use paddle or dough hook?
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  4. Frankie J.
    Ok I made this bread with awful results. It was ridiculously hard to vigorously stir as the directions stated. My bread hardly rose at all. It was tough and stuck to my romertopf bread pan. Help, what went wrong?
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  5. Jezski
    Thanks for posting! It's always fun to see how far recipes travel!! This recipe appeared in the 50's in a cookbook of Favorite Recipes of Pennsylvania Home Ec Teachers. My Mom and I have made this numerous times in years past; it always turned out well. Thanks for reminding me, will have to try it again.
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