Now you can get that incredible European-style Artisan Bread Recipe that takes 5 minutes and is just like the Bakery version.
This delicious No Knead Artisan Bread will take you to the cobbled streets of Europe.
Your friends and family will never believe that you put it together with only 5 minutes work! It looks and tastes like expensive, store bought Bakery Bread without the price tag! It’s ideal as an accompaniment to a favorite meal and it’s a great homemade gift too. It’s incredibly good with sweet or savory toppings too. According to Jenny who features in the video below, the recipe is going to blow your mind. It’s a big call ..
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No Knead Artisan Bread via The Cafe Sucre Farine
Normally a bread of this caliber will need to be prepared the day before and take hours of preparation. Jenny also uses a Dutch Oven and if you are yet to purchase one, can we suggest you do yourself a favor and buy one. We love ours and it comes in so handy. If you don’t have one you could substitute with a Skillet.
Not so with this one, you can make it and eat it the same day! The dough can also be frozen for up to 2 months. Scroll our page for all the details and be sure that you check out the very popular 4 Ingredient No Knead Bread below too.
Artisan Bread Video via Jenny Can Cook
How To Make Artisan Bread Recipe Video
We have included a fabulous Video Tutorial by Jenny Can Cook – She says that this recipe is going to blow your mind and the results are amazing. A golden crispy crust that is soft on the inside and is Bakery quality. This bread turns out the same as those that are made the day before and take 22 hours plus to make. The other great thing is that you can make it the day you want to eat it! Click Play to view Jenny in action now ⇑
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5 Minute European Artisan Bread Recipe -:
- 3 cups all-purpose or bread flour
- 1/4 teaspoon yeast (active dry or instant)
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 1/2 cups hot water, not boiling (Jenny uses hot tap water – about 125-130° F)
- (about 2 Tablespoons extra flour for shaping)
- Full instructions here