New recipe➡️lazy impatient fake sourdough (gf)
the lazy part is this is a no knead bread but with a faster rise (typically gf bread does not handle a double rise well anyways) it really tastes like sourdough bread but does not require a starter. it does require yeast so if you don't have any- stay tuned a no yeast bread recipe is coming soon!
truth: last week i made 2 loaves of this testing the recipe and they were gone. - kid approved!
3 cups josie’s best muffin and more mix (our 18oz bags are just a tad over 3 cups so one bag will make one loaf + a little extra flour leftover)
1 1/2 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp sugar (any kind is fine)
1 packet yeast (rapid rise or regular is fine ** not all yeast is gf so check!) 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
2 cups very warm water.
oven safe p*t or dutch oven with a lid.
whisk together muffin and more, salt, sugar, and yeast.
turn your tap on to make the water covid19 handwashing hot.
add water and apple cider vinegar.
mix with a spatula until just barely mixed- a little lumpy is normal / good.
soak a paper towel in water and place directly on top of the dough.
cover the bowl in plastic wrap or with a wet dish towel.
put in a warm-ish area and leave it alone for about 4-5 hrs. ** i usually make this around lunch time and its ready for dinner** preheat oven to 425.
put an oven safe p*t or dutch oven (i've used both and both are fine) in the oven while it preheats.
put a large square of parchment on the counter, remove paper towel and pour dough out on it.
cover with paper towel again.
once oven is preheated, remove the hot p*t and place parchment with dough on it in the pot.
add the lid and bake for about 40 mins.
after 40 mins remove the lid and bake for another 15-20 or until the top is crusty and gives a hollow sound when you tap on it.
remove from the oven and allow to (mostly) cool before slicing. ** i like to remove my bread for the top off portion of the cook and place it on a cookie sheet. it creates a little more even crust but you don't have to.
** if you are in a humid area, you don't need to do the wet paper towel.
suggested by: @noteify
adapted from: @pinchofyum