Parmesan No-Knead Skillet Bread

Amazingly delicious no-knead skillet bread.  Recipe courtesy of Gina Kleinworth from Kleinworth and Co.

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Servings 8servings
Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 40minutes
Passive Time 90minutes
Submitted By Gina Kleinworth from Kleinworth and Co.
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Servings 8servings
Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 40minutes
Passive Time 90minutes
Submitted By Gina Kleinworth from Kleinworth and Co.
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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 150 degrees.
  2. In a large bowl combine water & yeast.
  3. Slowly add in flour mixing with a wooden spoon one cup at a time until fully combined. Mix in grated cheese.
  4. TURN OFF OVEN, cover dough with a damp rag & place in warm oven to rise for about 60 minutes. Do not punch down.
  5. Oil the bottom of your skillet with about 2 tbsp olive oil.
  6. Transfer your dough to prepared skillet, cover & return to warm oven for another 30 minutes.
  7. Remove from oven. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  8. Sprinkle dough with shredded parmesan cheese & additional kosher salt & slice in a cross pattern over the top.
  9. Once oven has reached 400, bake bread 35-40 minutes, or until it's deep golden brown sounds hollow when tapped on top.
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6 thoughts on “Parmesan No-Knead Skillet Bread

    1. Recipe Specialist

      To make this bread without cheese, simply do not add it to the recipe and keep all other ingredients the same.

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  1. Earline Ahonima

    The recipe calls for 1/2 tablespoon salt (aside from what’s used to top it), but does not specify when to add it. Did I miss something? I added it to the yeast and water along with the flour, as I would with other bread recipes.

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    1. recipe specialist

      Hi Earline,
      You can add the salt along with the dry ingredients (flour, ect). Adding it to the yeast mixture directly may slow down the growth rate of the yeast.

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