No Knead Jalapeño Cheese Bread

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This is an easy no knead bread baked in a Dutch oven. You can start the dough the night before and have it ready the next day. Spicy, cheesy goodness!

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Prep Time

7 hr

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Cook Time

45 min

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Wait Time

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No Knead Jalapeño Cheese Bread

Ingredients

Serves 10
10 servings Serves

Instructions

Step 1

Gather all ingredients.

Gather all ingredients.

Step 2

Mix together the dry ingredients, then add cheese and jalapeños and stir to incorporate.

Mix together the dry ingredients, then add cheese and jalapeños and stir to incorporate.

Step 3

Add warm water (about 100F) and mix together until all dough is incorporated. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and set aside someplace warm for 6 hours.

Add warm water (about 100F) and mix together until all dough is incorporated. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and set aside someplace warm for 6 hours.

Step 4

After 6 hours, dough will double in size.

After 6 hours, dough will double in size.

Step 5

Turn dough out on to floured parchment paper, shape into ball, cut slits on top and add more cheese. Cover with plastic and let rise again for 1hr.

Turn dough out on to floured parchment paper, shape into ball, cut slits on top and add more cheese. Cover with plastic and let rise again for 1hr.

Step 6

Heat oven to 450F & set your Dutch oven with lid inside to warm for 30 minutes. When ready, place loaf inside with parchment paper.

Heat oven to 450F & set your Dutch oven with lid inside to warm for 30 minutes. When ready, place loaf inside with parchment paper.

Step 7

Bake covered for 30 minutes. Remove lid and bake for 15 minutes. Remove loaf and let cool on baking rack before slicing. This is the hardest part!

Bake covered for 30 minutes. Remove lid and bake for 15 minutes. Remove loaf and let cool on baking rack before slicing. This is the hardest part!

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No Knead Jalapeño Cheese Bread

No Knead Jalapeño Cheese Bread

By farmandfoodie

This is an easy no knead bread baked in a Dutch oven. You can start the dough the night before and have it ready the next day. Spicy, cheesy goodness!

Prep Time

7 hr

Cook Time

45 min

Wait Time

--

Ingredients

Serves 10

Instructions

Gather all ingredients.

Step 1

Gather all ingredients.

Mix together the dry ingredients, then add cheese and jalapeños and stir to incorporate.

Step 2

Mix together the dry ingredients, then add cheese and jalapeños and stir to incorporate.

Add warm water (about 100F) and mix together until all dough is incorporated. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and set aside someplace warm for 6 hours.

Step 3

Add warm water (about 100F) and mix together until all dough is incorporated. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and set aside someplace warm for 6 hours.

After 6 hours, dough will double in size.

Step 4

After 6 hours, dough will double in size.

Turn dough out on to floured parchment paper, shape into ball, cut slits on top and add more cheese. Cover with plastic and let rise again for 1hr.

Step 5

Turn dough out on to floured parchment paper, shape into ball, cut slits on top and add more cheese. Cover with plastic and let rise again for 1hr.

Heat oven to 450F & set your Dutch oven with lid inside to warm for 30 minutes. When ready, place loaf inside with parchment paper.

Step 6

Heat oven to 450F & set your Dutch oven with lid inside to warm for 30 minutes. When ready, place loaf inside with parchment paper.

Bake covered for 30 minutes. Remove lid and bake for 15 minutes. Remove loaf and let cool on baking rack before slicing. This is the hardest part!

Step 7

Bake covered for 30 minutes. Remove lid and bake for 15 minutes. Remove loaf and let cool on baking rack before slicing. This is the hardest part!

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