This Fail Proof 4 Ingredient Peasant Bread is a super quick, easy, and delicious recipe that is a one bowl wonder and no knead ..
If you’ve always wanted to make your own Bread, you’ve definitely hit the jackpot with this recipe. This Peasant Bread is basically fool proof. All you need is 4 ingredients – all-purpose flour, active dry yeast, a little sugar and butter!
You’ll also love the fact that this is a No Knead version. We have included 2 videos in our post. The first shows you how to ‘bloom’ the yeast. This is a very important part of the process.
It’s a handy technique to use in all your future recipes. The second shows you how to make the Peasant Bread. Be sure to scroll our page to the end and don’t forget to Pin your favorites as you go.
How To Bloom Yeast Video Tutorial
According to Wiki How, Yeast is a microorganism that consumes sugars to produce carbon dioxide and alcohol. It’s an essential part of many baked and brewed products. “Blooming” or “proofing” is a simple process to test whether the yeast is alive.
The process gets it working sooner. Modern yeast-packaging techniques have made this process less necessary, but blooming is still a good idea for yeast that has been left on the shelf for a long time. It’s worth learning the process. To view, click Play above ^
4 Ingredient Peasant Bread Recipe Ingredients
- 4 cups (512 g | 1 lb. 2 oz) unbleached all-purpose flour
- 2 teaspoons kosher salt
- 2 cups lukewarm water*
- 2 teaspoons sugar
- 2 teaspoons active-dry or instant yeast
- room temperature butter, about 2 tablespoons
So famous is this 4 Ingredient Peasant Bread that they have created a book for Peasant Bread Farms. This is the perfect book to have in your Kitchen Arsenal! You can get your copy here
Peasant Bread Video Tutorial via Alexandra Cooks
How To Make 4 Ingredient Peasant Bread
We have included a video that shows Alexandra making her Mothers famous 4 Ingredient Peasant Bread. Click Play above to see her in action ^
Related: Want More? Check out Honey Buttermilk Bread here
Alexandra has a whole section dedicated to this popular recipe on her site. She has extensive video tutorials, trouble shooting and lots of helpful tips and tricks if you are interested. You can visit her here