One Bowl Artisan Bread

One Bowl Artisan Bread



we're gonna start off today's class with a no need bread no need bread is so great because it only usually has four ingredients flour salt yeast and water how easy is that one of the other great things about it is you can use one basic recipe the basic recipe that we're showing you today to make all kinds of things rolls pizza calzones Stromboli's breadsticks that are to die for all kinds of things all from one easy dough recipe and you can make up the recipe let it sit for a little while on the counter and they keep it in your fridge and then when you don't want to go make bread you just pull off a block and make up what you need for bread that night so super super easy we're only going to be showing you the artesian bread today but in later episodes we'll show you how to do some of the other yummy delicious recipes that you can make from this no-knead recipe so let's get started all right let's get started making the bread dough you are not going to believe how super simple this is all you're going to do is pour in your warm water not boiling not cold but warm to hot tap water you're gonna pour that in your bowl first you sprinkle in your yeast and then all you gonna do is add in your flour all on once no tricky dicky things just coming in all at once and then add your salt in and then you're just going to mix it up now some people like to use spoons I don't so much like juice things that doing it for this nice the video that we're doing today so you see this is so fast and so simple all you're doing is making sure all the water in flour or all incorporate it together and that's it no meeting no doing anything else just mix it it's just going to look like this really loose really simple that's it you're gonna cover it not tight just cover it put it in on one place to rise for two hours we'll be back when you pick up at that point okay we're back now the dos been rising for a couple of hours and the dough's all nice and loose as you can see it's really easy to grab my daughter closest is going to be demonstrating how to turn this nice dough into bread so let's get started okay so first I'm if you have a cooking or a cutting board at home like this it's nice cut safe you can always use a counter as well um but just make sure you have a clean surface and just grab a handful of flour whatever surface you're using and this is just a little bit of cornmeal you're gonna take some and to spread it on to whatever you're cooking with and this is just breads don't alright this is a pizza stone but you can use a cookie sheet I do that all the time so don't use too much because it's gonna be on the bottom of your breads you don't want to clump up my all so I'm gonna take a handful of flour and sprinkle it on top of the dough it's gonna be easier to work with that way and then the same thing for um my tongues but we did that a little odd order so you're just gonna have to remember that when you make your own um so we're gonna take your dough and however much you're gonna want to make for the loaf that you're gonna do I'm gonna do probably pretty good size because I'm only gonna put two loafs on here so let's see these are also some know probably bread cutting scissors and they're just really they're not sharp at all just sharp enough to cut your bread so they're not going to cut anybody and I use that to cut my dough with so don't be shy get your hands in here and so I'm gonna roll it up right now I'm just gonna do a long um loaf and these are gonna be used for mostly like he can make bad gets out of it or dip it in sauces but it's not going to be for like a sandwich bread not this kind because it's gonna it's gonna be a little too small yeah it's the great thing about this dough is that you don't have to make it neat yeah you can play with it this one's going to be met just long and once it cooks it's gonna look beautiful so this is pretty much what I'm gonna do you don't have to do much you wanna make the ends a little bit more even but you don't have to smooth it out or anything that ends can be crackly because it's gonna turn out beautiful so I'm going to move it over here to my stone and just keep it on there and you want to give it enough room on here somewhere it's gonna grow it's gonna get fatter and wider so that should be about enough room for that and I'm gonna do one different kind of low this is more of a bowl so you wanna grab your dough cut it throw it on here just bring it with a little bit more flour roll it around this is seriously something that anybody can do I am NOT like a gourmet chef or anything this is I mean it's literally my son could make it and it's gonna turn out beautiful so that is that's what you do I mean it I touched it maybe five times and it's gonna be nice and round you look at the bottom it's not neat because that's gonna be the bottom of it so you're gonna set it on there again and again that's gonna get you know pretty big and then I'm going to take my bread scissors and I'm just gonna cut a couple little slices in each of these for a couple reasons I'm going to do that one it just helps it rise better it helps the heat get in there and then it looks nice and also I'm the topping that we put on it it's going help absorb it inside so after you have major loads we are going to want to add toppings for taste and appeal so the first you want to start with a melted butter base and this is I pretty much put this on every time no matter what kind of bread I'm making because it just adds a little bit of liquid so it gets a nice golden look when it comes out and it also gives it that base to be able to add anything on it so it sticks to the bread so just start with melted butter then I'm going to add garlic to it we love garlic so don't be shy on the garlic and this is just grated Parmesan cheese again we are a parmesan family so go ahead and dump that in or you can add as much or a little as little as you want or not at all if you don't make parmesan although you would be missing out then I am going to just mix it all together and then I'm going to just take a brush and I'm gonna brush this on both of the breads because like I said just a really good base do this after you cut your bread and because it gets the flavors inside as its rising and then it's there as it cooks as well I brush it again after it comes out of the oven but this is just the beginning so that you can get those toppings on there while it cooks okay be careful run off make sure they're not too much run off on the side because after it cooks its or bakes it's going to it'll bake on to the pan so you just going to be careful about that okay this is a mixture that I just put together myself it's all dried so dried onion sun-dried tomatoes salt garlic parsley basil and oregano so I'm just going to go ahead and sprinkle this on top it's gonna add a really good flavor to it and then this is just dried parsley and this is obviously just for luck I'm just going to go ahead and sprinkle that on top the Knights are teaching look to it and then this one here I'm not going to do anything too fancy I'm just going to do just shredded Parmesan cheese and then I'm also gonna add my personally onto this is while the bread is rising we're going to preheat the oven so we're going to turn it up to 500 degrees and we're also going to be putting a cookie sheet or a grill pan down in the bottom of the oven just empty right now but you'll be putting a cup of water and a cup of cold water into it when you bake the bread to give that crusty golden brown look on the outside I'm also going to be putting the bread up here on top of the stove so as it's heating up as the oven is heating up the bread can rise a little bit higher before it goes in so this will be take about 20 minutes and then we'll come back and show you what to do when you're gonna bake it alright we're getting to the end almost time for hot crusty bread I'm going to do a couple things in quick succession so I'm going to tell you what we're going to do and then you're going to watch it we're going to open the oven door pull off the bottom shelf a little bit that has the pan on that the water is going to go on I'm going to put the bread I'm on the pizza pan on the top oven and then pour a cup of water into the cookie sheet close everything up let it cook for five minutes at 500 turn it down to 450 or about fifteen more minutes until it's golden brown and then it's done so let's get started there we go hot crusty bread in only 20 more minutes hi we're back as you can hear the timers going off and as we peek into the oven you'll see that the bread is beautifully golden brown and it smells delicious I'm gonna get some pot holders and take it out and we're gonna take a peek it just came out after cooking for 20 minutes this is the garlic and butter parmesan mixture that we had made previous to them cooking and I'm just gonna go ahead and do another little swipe over all of them this gives I'm a little bit more flavor to the bread and then it actually hopes um soften it up a little bit not everybody likes it soft so that's your call but it just definitely gives a little bit more flavor so just yeah go over it until you have the desired amount on there you can also use this as a dipping as well and that is our artesian segment

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