Crusty Bread Ball

What the Hell? No kneading. No fuss. This is by far the simplest bread recipe I’ve ever come across. It’s almost fool proof. This is an adaptation of a recipe from Simply So Good. This recipe will change your life. Seriously. Eat it! This is a very rustic loaf with big airy holes throughout similar to ciabatta. It’s crusty on the outside and chewy on the inside. This recipe is for a flavored loaf. You can leave out the roasted garlic, Parmesan, sun-dried tomatoes and olive oil for a plain, simple bread. Grab yourself a bottle of hearty red wine and some good cheese and have at it. Bliss I tell you! This is a big ball of bready bliss! If you don’t know how to make your own roasted garlic, I feel bad for you. You can learn if you click here. It’s super easy. You will thank me. What the hell should I drink? A big hearty red What the hell should I listen to? Here’s some inspirational music to get you started. Age of Pamparius by Turbonegro. Yeah, yeah, yeah the song has nothing to do about bread. It’s about mother fucking pizza! Crusty Bread Ball   Save Print Prep time 18 hours Cook time 45 mins Total time 18 hours 45 mins   No kneading. No fuss. Rustic loaf that's crusty on the outside and chewy on the inside. The key to this bread is baking it in a covered 3 or 4 qt. enameled cast iron pot. This is a must! It allows enough steam to build up to create the chewy crust. Author: Embrace the Cheese Recipe type: Bread Serves: 1 loaf Ingredients Bread base 3 C. unbleached, all purpose flour 1¾ tsp. salt 1 tsp. active dry...