One Pot Bread
It dirtied one pot from mix to rise to bake and it rose and baked in about 90 minutes. Start to finish (including a very impatient cooling period) I had this homemade bread dunked in olive oil and salt in 2 hours!
I used my versatile pampered chef rockcrok to make this bread. Adapted from a tasty bread recipe from Food 52, (my go-to website for all things food and kitchen and just plain beautiful), this bread is a no-fuss bread.
With a nice crisp crust and a soft crumb, it stands about 2 inches high but is not dense. Also, it’s a great dipping bread, a great slopping up gravy type of bread. This is your easy weekend bread. Start it after lunch and have it ready to serve with dinner.
I liken it to focaccia. Next time I would like to try pouring it out on a baking sheet and letting it rise a bit and baking it like focaccia. Sprinkle it with some parmesan, maybe some sun-dried tomatoes!
[tasty-recipe id=”8806″]April 22, 2018
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