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Friday, October 21, 2011

No Knead Casserole Rye Bread ....



Good Morning dear ladies..
Hope all is well in your part of the world today..
We have had a very hectic week and thus I have not been able to blog.. Sorry about that....
Today is a cloudy and kind of rainy day but still warm.. We are certainly being blessed with a lovely Fall..
The rain yesterday has still left some beauty on the trees regardless of the weatherman's dire predictions... smile...
I was invited to speak at a church where friends of mine attend and to show them the no knead bread last night..
We had a lovely time and they were so gracious... I pray that some hearts were blessed as mine was with their kindness..
So.. with the no knead bread being made here to prepare I decided to try another one... And it turned out wonderful..
I thought you might like to try this one..

CASSEROLE RYE BATTER (NO KNEAD) BREAD

1 cup plus 1 T. milk
3 T. sugar
1 T. salt
1 1/2 T. canola oil
2 1/2 tsp. instant yeast
1 c warm water
2 tsp. caraway seeds
3 cups sifted flour
1 1/2 cups unsifted rye flour

Scald 1 cup of milk and add sugar and salt and oil..Cool until  lukewarm..Stir yeast into warm water until dissolved and then add to milk mixture..Add 1 tsp. caraway seeds and save the other for the top..Stir in all of both flours a cup at a time.. Cover and let rise until doubled in bulk.. Stir batter for 30 seconds and then turn into a WELL GREASED casserole dish..1 1/2 quart size..  Brush top with remaining milk and caraway seeds.
Let rise again until doubled...

Bake at 400 degrees for 45 to 50 minutes until done..
Cool on wire rack..

Lovely served with cheddar cheese or smoked meats or Terry puts jam on it... (whatever) and of course any bread is good toasted..

Hope you enjoy this recipe..

Thanks for dropping by my dears.. Could you please remember my Mom in prayer.. We took her to the hospital as her leg and foot is swollen so bad she can't even stand on it and is in constant pain..
They prescribed some pills and sent her home..
So we are praying all will be well..
God bless you sweet mamas and I look forward to hearing from you..
May God bless and keep you until next time..
Hugs..

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12 comments:

  1. Thank you for this recipe. It sounds delicious and so easy. :o) I really like rye bread especially with ham and cheese.

    Praying for your mom and that the pills will help her get better.

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  2. That bread looks wonderful! Will be praying for your mom. Have a great weekend Faye. Hugs!

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  3. hello faye
    the bread looks wonderful!!!thanks for sharing the recipe!
    praying for your mom.
    have a nice weekend,
    blessings regina

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  4. The bread looks yummy thanks for sharing the recipe. Will be praying that all will be ok with your mum !

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  5. Hi, Faye. I will be praying for your Mom. I hope she feels better soon. Your bread turned out so good, and looks delicious.

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  6. Faye, I'm so sorry to hear about your mother... bless her heart, she must be in so much pain. I'll definitely be praying for her.
    You always have the yummiest pictures... *grin*
    You shouldn't do this to me. Now I have to make this. *giggle*
    I'm like Terry- I would slather some homemade honey butter or apricot preserves on mine!

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  7. I said a prayer for your mother as soon as I read about her. Praying for relief from the pain and a speedy recovery. Enjoy your day and God bless.

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  8. Oh wonderful...can almost smell it here LOL.

    thanks for sharing.

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  9. Yes... we will pray for your mom. Hope that she is better soon!
    Delicious looking bread. I'm going to have to give this one a try.
    Thinking of you and your family...sending hugs.

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  10. Your bread looks so good, I haven't tried making rye bread but I will this one. What a blessing you are to share with others your talents and love. I will be praying for your Mom, and you too. Blessings!

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  11. notice there is no second rise time; is this correct? going to do the raisin bread now; looking fwd to the rye. thanks. cliff clj49749@att.net

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  12. Braved the rye bread today. It worked. Thanks very much and trust all is well with you.

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