Easy No Knead Bread

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At home we usually prefer having bread for breakfast. But since we are living in a small village where a bakery doesn't exist, we tend to buy bread in the city and just heat or toast it in the morning. In short, we rarely have freshly baked bread at home. Lately, I have been baking this bread and making little innovations to it. There is no need to knead the dough in this recipe, eliminating the most exhausting and time consuming part of baking bread.

Prep Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

Cook Time: 20-25 minutes

Total Time: 2 hours and 35 minutes

Yield: 14



  1. Put 1 tablespoon sugar and 1 tablespoon yeast together in a bowl.
  2. Add warm water and let sit for 5 minutes. You will see bubbles after that time.
  3. In another bowl, start mixing the flour with the remaining sugar and salt. Then add the melted butter.
  4. Pour the yeast mixture into the flour. Mix until well combined.
  5. Add milk and continue mixing. If dough is too sticky add a little more flour.
  6. Set aside. Cover and let rise for 1 hour.
  7. After one hour, place the dough in a flat surface dusted with flour.
  8. Cut into small pieces then start rolling them into balls.
  9. If you wish to add filling just flatten each piece and add your desired filling. I added mine with mayonnaise.
  10. Put the sides together to close and pinch to seal the bread. Carefully roll into balls.
  11. Place the balls in a greased bread loaf or cake pan.
  12. Cover the pan and set aside again for 1 hour. The balls will rise and become bigger.
  13. Beat the egg and brush over the bread balls.
  14. Bake the bread 20-25 minutes in 180 C (350 F). and you're done. Enjoy fresh hot baked bread!

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May 16, 20172 found this helpful

Thank you for sharing! This looks really good but simple, too.

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May 16, 20171 found this helpful

yeah, really simple and doesn't have to hurt your arms in kneading because it's no knead.. :-)

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May 17, 20173 found this helpful

This is something I have to try - simple and you make it sound mouth watering.
Thanks for the clear instructions and nice photos.

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May 20, 20170 found this helpful

Thanks! :-)

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May 28, 20170 found this helpful

GREAT photos of each step. Thank you for taking the time and sharing this recipe. I'll try this asap.

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May 29, 20170 found this helpful

What is 180C in Fahrenheit? Thanks.

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May 30, 20171 found this helpful

It is about 350 degrees F. I have added it to the main recipe as well.


If you try this bread, please let us know how it turns out.

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September 23, 20170 found this helpful

Could this dough be used to make a "loaf" of bread as well? This sounds so easy. Thank you for sharing.

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September 23, 20170 found this helpful

Can this dough be used as "loaf" bread instead of rolls? If so, what would bake time be?

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January 4, 20180 found this helpful

Can one bake as a loaf? What temperature, for how long?

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