Here’s something you can bake that will be very satisfying (on so many levels) … even if you are not a baker.
It’s No-Knead Bread. It requires very special equipment, few ingredients, no kneading and not much baking experience. Really, time is the only big factor here.
It takes 24 hours to make this bread, but much of that time the dough is unattended.
We got the recipe from The New York Times, they got it from Jim Lahey, owner of Sullivan Street Bakery. It is one of the most popular recipes the Times has ever published, and my husband has made it for years.
It calls for only three ingredients–flour, yeast and salt–and you probably already have them in your pantry.
He bakes our loaves in a cast iron dutch oven, and it comes out with an amazing crust.
Get the recipe here.