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Overnight No-Knead Artisan Bread

Recipe by Bobs Red Mill

Perfectly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside

Overnight No-Knead Artisan Bread

By Lily’s Cooking & Home Published: July 16, 2019

    Fail proof recipe, beyond easy. Great for Beginners



    1. This is a great bread to prep before you go to bed and have it ready in the morning. Only took few min to prep.
    2. In a large bowl, combine flour, salt, sugar and yeast. Add water and stir until sticky dough forms. Cover with plastic wrap. Let it rise at room temp for 10 hours. Place a towel under the bowl for the dough not to be touching cold surface
    3. Pre heat oven to 450 degrees. Place a Dutch oven into the oven without lid for 30 min.
    4. While Dutch oven heats, turn the dough on to well floured surface, fork the dough into a ball slightly tucking under method for a smooth round shape. Cover the dough loosely with plastic wrap and let it rise for 30 min.
    5. With floured hands place the dough into a heated Dutch oven with lid closed and bake for 30 min. Remove the cover and bake for 12 more min. Remove the loaf from Dutch oven and cook completely before slicing.

    AboutLily’s Cooking & Home

    My story, I met the love of my life when I was 16 and two years later we were married. When we first got married I was not much of a cook, I would buy so many cook books and try recipes over and over again until it would turn out. I never gave up and my husband can tell you I had my share of bad cooking. The more I practiced the better I got. Now we are going on 10 years of happily married. I love to cook and create my own recipe also became a baker, I have also taken interest in doing home design and decor. In my blog I would love to share with you the recipes I create, recipes I find and love to share also tips for home decor and ideas.


    1. I followed the recipe exactly with exact measurements (dry measuring cup for flour and a Pyrex liquid measuring cup for the water but my dough wasn't shaggy/sticky as I've seen in videos. Any idea why that might happen? I ended up adding a tiny bit more water, but I was afraid to add too much.

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