Daily Archives: April 2, 2020

Quick Bread

I discover this bread recipe few years ago on my favorite Italian Blog “Le ricette di Mysia”. I’m not a baker and this recipe was a really good introduction to the bread world.  

The recipe is really easy to follow, it doesn’t require any kneading, any folding and it takes just few hours for the bread to rise.

I made this bread so many times already and I’m glad lots of people are doing it too now, there is nothing more awarding than making bread from scratch.

I served it with some good extra virgin olive oil, some good cheeses and cold cuts, also after dinner we had it with some Nutella.

This recipe will definitely be added it to my cooking classes in September. Follow me on social media channels and let me know the recipe for your favorite bread http://www.bellacibo.ca http://www.instagram.com/bellacibo

Ingredients:

  • 500 grams/3 cups and half Flour
  • 370 ml water lukewarm
  • 8 grams or 1 sachet of dry yeast
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 10 grams Salt
  • Love

Method:

In bowl put 200 ml water, add the yeast and honey (If you don’t have honey use sugar). Mix well. Add the flour and mix with a wooden spoon. Finally add the salt and the rest of the water, knead quickly with the wooden spoon. The dough must be sticky, soft and grainy. Dust the surface with flour and cover with plastic wrap.

Let the dough rise in the oven turned off with the light on for 1 hour and a half or 2 hours. You can also leave it to rise longer.  After that take the dough and slide it gently on a baking sheet with a spatula previously floured. Gently, with the spatula, divide the dough into 3 parts and move them spaced apart. You will need to get 3 loaves. You can also make just 2 bigger loaves or one big. Bake at 410 degrees for 30 minutes. The result of this bread is simply exceptional. Buon Appetito