AARP Kneadlessly Simple: Fabulous, Fuss-Free, No-Knead Breads
The ultimate guide of super-simple no-knead bread recipes
For years, home cooks have shied away from baking their own yeast bread because they were intimidated by the mess, expertise, and kneading required. Nancy Baggett's revolutionary Kneadlessly Simple lets even complete novices bake bread quickly and easily in their own homes, with no kneading and no mess.
Using the author's simple and effective technique, these recipes call for minimal ingredients and can usually be mixed in one bowl using a single spoon—with amazingly good results. A wide variety of breads are provided, including Crusty Sourdough Boules, English Muffin Loaves, pizza dough (and companion sauce recipe), Caraway Beer Bread, and much more.
• Perfect for inexperienced bakers and busy home cooks who don't have the time for kneading and kitchen clean-up yeast breads usually require, as well as budget-conscious consumers who love homemade artisan bread flavor, but not artisan bakery prices
• Author Nancy Baggett is the bestselling author of 13 cookbooks
• Includes 73 foolproof bread recipes for comfy classics like Cinnamon-Raisin Bread to contemporary favorites like Rosemary Focaccia
Nothing beats a loaf of fresh, warm-from-the-oven bread. Kneadlessly Simple lets even novice cooks create fragrant, full-flavored loaves without any specialized equipment, mess, or kneading.
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Review: Kneadlessly Simple: Fabulous, Fuss-Free, No-Knead BreadsUser Review - Lara - Goodreads
One of several "no knead" books I've read. Not my favorite, by far. I'm not a fan of sourdough bread-I'm sure some of you are gasping ;-)-so leaving the dough in the fridge for several days is not ... Read full review
Review: Kneadlessly Simple: Fabulous, Fuss-Free, No-Knead BreadsUser Review - Elaine Nelson - Goodreads
I only got to make one recipe out of this book: the very first one. But it was amazing. I've made basic white bread twice now. The first time, I didn't let it rise quite long enough, so it was kinda ... Read full review