No Knead Ciabatta Bread!

Eddie Szczerba


I'm still in shock that I made this! I got this recipe off of the internet the other day and have been waiting to give it a try so I just mad some ravioli from scratch and this looked like the perfect fit!!


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Didn't count,it went to fast!!
18 Hr
40 Min


How to Make No Knead Ciabatta Bread!


  1. Place the flour,salt,yeast in a large mixing bowl,add the water and with a spatula turn the flour until a soft gooey dough forms.
  2. Cover the bowl tightly with aluminum foil or plastic. Place the bowl in a draft free,warm place in the kitchen for sixteen hours,
  3. Spritz the counter with water and cover with a large sheet of plastic wrap the dust the wrap with flour. Turn out the dough onto the floured plastic then shape into a ciabatta loaf.
  4. Next,generously sprinkle corn meal all over your baking sheet pan and using two hands,slide the dough up and flip over onto the baking pan. Reshape the dough,sprinkle the top with flour,cover with a clean towel then let it rise for two hours. Bake in a 425 degree oven for 35 minutes. Remove to a wire rack for cooling,slice and enjoy!!

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About No Knead Ciabatta Bread!

Course/Dish: Other Breads
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: Italian
Other Tag: For Kids
Hashtag: #amazing

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