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Almost No Knead Bread in the Large Green Egg

Ross in Ventura's picture
Ross in Ventura

Almost No Knead Bread in the Large Green Egg


After the 18-hr. rise



Starting the 2-hr rise 



It went for 4-hrs. we were playing golf



I had the Egg at 250* wile we were playing 9 holes ramped to 500*



In the Egg at 500*



At 30-min.



Cooling after 15-min.



This was some really good Bread and I well make some more tomorrow 


Recipe:http://www.breadtopia.com/


Ross


 


 

jackie9999's picture
jackie9999

Beautiful pictures!


Now I know what a large green egg is :)

friarjohn's picture
friarjohn

When i hit the lotto, I'm going to get me one. It might be easier to sell a kidney.

H20loo's picture
H20loo

A BGE is certainly a useful tool for a variety of cooking. A "UDS" is similar in many ways and very inexpensive if you are a little bit handy.

mrfrost's picture
mrfrost

What is the UDS?


Is it rather like the Alton Brown terra cotta pot smoker/cooker?


Never mind. Did search, and came up with ugly drum smoker and plans.

H20loo's picture
H20loo

I have posted a few pictures of bread and baking that I did on a UDS. Definitely the best bread out of a can!!  However the benefit to a BGE is you will find yourself looking lovingly out of your window at it and friends are definitely impressed(a good thing LOL)