No kneading, 2 hours bread/rolls

As I live in a country where getting fresh and tasty bread at a same time is almost impossible, (not even mentioning healthy bread), some time ago I decided to make my own bread.
And because my husband can definately do without bread I have to make small quantities of it. So believe me when I say, this next recipe is a real life saver 🙂  I found it on a lovely polish blog, here’s the link.

Ingredients (make about 10 small rolls or one bread):
375g flour
1/2 teaspoon dry active yeast
1/2 teaspoon salt
250ml water
50ml milk
1 tablespoon honey

Sift the flour, salt into a bowl, add yeast. Heat milk, water and honey until lukewarm. Add to the flour mixture and quickly mix with a wooden spoon. Don’t knead. Sprinkle some flour on top, cover with foil and leave in warm place for about 1,5 hour, or until it doubles its volume.

Set the temperature of the oven to about 240°C. Put a bowl of water on the bottom of the oven.

Sprinkle your working place and hands with flour, take out the batter, quickly form rolls or bread. Place on baking paper (endings underneath) and bake about 15 mins (for rolls) or 30 (for bread). Cool on a wire rack.




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