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Those are all great ideas, thanks Barb! REC: No-Knead Three-Cheese Semolina Bread


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Posted to Thread #18109 at 9:30 pm on Apr 23, 2010

I still am making that recipe, it is so easy and always turns out for me. It's a nice size too, so there are usually no leftovers.

I really want to try this one:

No-Knead Three-Cheese Semolina Bread

With grated Parmesan in the dough, and chunks of Asiago and provolone studded throughout, this bread is a cheese-lover's dream come true.
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* 2 cups King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
* 1 cup semolina
* 2 teaspoons instant yeast
* 1 1/4 teaspoons salt
* 1 tablespoon Pizza Dough Flavor, optional
* 2 tablespoons garlic oil or olive oil
* 1 to 1 1/8 cups lukewarm water
* 1 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese
* 1 cup diced Provolone cheese, smoked or plain, mild or sharp
* 1 cup diced or coarsely crumbled Asiago cheese, mild or sharp

* 8 1/2 ounces King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
* 5 ounces semolina
* 2 teaspoons instant yeast
* 1 1/4 teaspoons salt
* 1 tablespoon Pizza Dough Flavor, optional
* 7/8 ounce garlic oil or olive oil
* 8 to 9 ounces lukewarm water
* 4 ounces freshly grated Parmesan cheese
* 4 ounces diced Provolone cheese, smoked or plain, mild or sharp
* 4 ounces diced or coarsely crumbled Asiago cheese, mild or sharp

Directions

1) Combine everything but the three cheeses, and beat on medium speed of an electric mixer to make a soft, smooth dough. It may or may not clear the sides of the bowl; either way is just fine.

2) Add the three cheeses, and mix till well combined.

3) Put the soft dough in a lightly greased bowl or 8-cup measure, cover, and let rise for about 2 hours, till very puffy.

4) Lightly grease a 14" to 15" covered stoneware baker. Or lightly grease a baking sheet, or line with parchment. Sprinkle semolina into the pan, or onto the baking sheet.

5) Gently deflate the dough. For one long loaf, shape it into a 13" log, and place in the stoneware baker. For two loaves, divide the dough in half, and place both halves on the prepared baking sheet.

6) Tent lightly with greased plastic wrap (or cover the stoneware baker with its lid), and let rise for about an hour, till noticeably puffy. Towards the end of the rising time, preheat the oven to 425°F.

7) Take the plastic off the bread. Spray it with water, and use a sharp knife to make three diagonal slashes in each loaf.

8) If you're using the stoneware pan, leave the cover on. Bake the bread for 30 minutes; remove the cover, and bake for an additional 10 minutes, till the bread is golden brown and an instant-read thermometer inserted into the center registers about 190°F to 200°F. If you're baking smaller loaves, check to see if they're done after 30 minutes.

9) Remove the bread from the oven, and take it out of the pan. If you've baked in the stoneware pan, loosen the edges, and carefully turn the bread out of the pan onto a rack to cool.

Yield: 1 large or 2 smaller loaves.

Link: REC: No-Knead Three-Cheese Semolina Bread


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