Tag : no-knead
If you have iTunes, you can view a video by Cook’s Illustrated about the making of, and the science behind, their No-Knead Bread 2.0 technique for free. And someone over on the R.U. Serious? blog seems to be less concerned with copyrights than I am, and they’ve published the full recipe, helpful graphics and all.
Well, I tried the modified “no-knead” bread recipe in the most recent Cook’s Illustrated (subscription required), and I guess it was ok. It’s not completely no-knead, but it’s pretty close. It calls for just 15 seconds of kneading the dough in on itself, just to distribute the long protein chains, or some such. The kneading