Many home bakers don't realize that a method has been developed for making artisan-quality bread and rolls at home that requires no kneading, and is so simple that even a first-time baker can do it. It sounds too good to be true, but once you try it you may never knead again!
No-Knead French Bread Photo (c) John Mitzewich
If you're new to baking, this no-knead French bread recipe is a great introduction. It does have to rise overnight, but the crusty French-style bread is so good it's well worth the wait! You'll be surprised how simple this bread recipe really is. People will think you've been baking bread for years.
Wheat Bread Photo (c) John Mitzewich
This country wheat no-knead bread recipe produces a crisp-crusted country bread so rustic people will think it came from a bakery. Like all no-knead bread recipes this one is simply mixed and left to rise. With bread this easy, you'll find yourself making it on a regular basis.
Pizza Dough Photo (c) John Mitzewich
After trying this "no knead" pizza dough recipe you may never make pizza dough any other way! The ingredients are simply stirred together, left over-night to rise, and that's it - you're ready to make pizza. This is the perfect pizza dough recipe for the first timer.
Pumpkin Bread Recipe Photo © John Mitzewich
A little pumpkin puree gives the bread a great color and very subtle earthy flavor. If you've never tried a no-knead bread recipe before, this is a fun one to start with. This country French-style loaf is great for the holidays, but since canned pumpkin is so easy to find you can enjoy this great bread anytime.
No-Knead Sandwich Roll Photo (c) John Mitzewich
There is nothing like a crusty, freshly baked sandwich roll to turn that ham and cheese into something special. If you've never thought about baking your own sandwiches rolls because you thought it was difficult, you've haven't tried this no-knead sandwich roll recipe. This easy technique is perfect for non-bakers and experienced cook alike.