09 September 2013

Sunday Breaking Bread

Over the past year I've been experimenting with breaking bread. It is a super detailed process, but I'm really enjoying it. However, I thought I would start by posting a super easy and fruitful recipe I found online. I got this recipe from here, the master recipe of artisan bread in five minutes a day.

3 c. Luke Warm Water
1 T. Instant Dry Yeast
1 T. Salt
6 1/2 c. Flour

Basically, you mix the ingredients together in order. Let it rise for two hours. Refrigerate overnight, then cut 1/4 of the dough off. Let it rise for one hour, then bake at 450 for 35-40 minutes. 

Love love love.

**Unfortunately, this post is a day late! My rabbit literally chewed up my camera cord.  For real. His name is Benjamin. 

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  1. I LOVE that book! I make the round boule, and when it is cool enough to eat, me and hubby dive right in! This year I need to try the others. It has been too hot to turn on the oven so I am looking forward to baking! Hi to Benjamin!

    1. The book is on my Christmas list!! I can't wait! I just have been wanting to try their recipes for awhile, because I don't like buying all of these store breads! They have SO many ingredients in them. I will be posting photos of Benjamin soon! (little booger!)

  2. This looks amazing! I can't wait to try it.

    1. Thanks, Audrey! It's super easy and it lasts for two weeks in the fridge!!