The Bread - Le Pain



Who hasn't talk about it? Who hasn't made it yet?

Tonight we had a nice chicken curry and last night I decided that a good bread will be the perfect complement of the meal. So at 10 p.m. I started my bread. It's not the first time that I make it and it's not the last. This bread is so fast to make, now you know that I'm talking about the No Knead Bread. It's a revolution in the kitchen. I like the texture of the bread and the aroma. Dinner was not ready and half of it was gone. I was lucky enough to save myself some for tomorrow's breakfast.

Source:
No-Knead Bread, NY Times



Ce soir nous avions pour souper un poulet au curry. Hier soir j'ai décidé qu'un bon pain serait le complément parfait. Donc à 10 p.m. j'ai commencé le pain. Quelques minutes plus tard il était prêt pour la fermentation qui prend de 12 à 15 hrs. Si vous n'en avez jamais entendu parlé je parle du pain sans pétrissage qui a révolutioné bien des cuisines. Plusieurs personnes ont parlées de ce pain. J'aime la texture et l'odeur lorsqu'il cuit. Le souper n'était pas encore prêt et il y a deux personnes qui avaient mangé la moitié du pain. J'ai réussi en m'en caché pour mon déjeuner.


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  1. Your bread looks gorgeous! You know, I haven't tested that recipe yet ;-P...

    Bises,

    Rosa

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  2. hummmm je connais ce pain, et il est super bon !!
    faire sonpain est un vrai plaisir, mais parfois aussi une nécessité quand on habites un village sans boulangerie !!!

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  3. tu as raison Hélène, cette recette a révolutionné bien des choses dans nos cuisines...moi, c'est mon pain de tous les jours, c est le meilleur, à date, avec une méthode tellement si simple :)

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  4. Our office manager made this bread and we all have the recipe. I didn't think I had a vessel to make it in. But I could use my crockpot liner maybe?

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  5. Faire son pain est une vrai détente. Et surtout l'odeur qui s'y dégage.

    To anyone that did not try it yet, you should.

    I don't know if you can bake it in a liner of a crokpot. Maybe a very heavy duty pot or I heard that someone bake it in a pyrex. So maybe give it a try.

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  6. Oh how I love this bread. Like Rosa says, yours looks gorgeous!

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  7. I still have not tried this bread. I'm so behind!! Yours looks wonderful!

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  8. Thanks Cynthia.

    Deborah you have to try it someday.

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  10. A beautiful boule. Look at that airy crumb, ideal for melted butter to get lost in!

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  11. I so love homemade bread!! But sadly each time I make it is a flop :( I must give it a try again.

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