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No Knead Craisin Pecan Bread

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To yield the best result, use a Dutch-Oven with a tight-fitting lid. If you don’t have one, use an oven-proof, heavy duty pot with a lid. Baking the bread with a lid on traps steam inside the pot, creating the perfectly crispy crust. The bread is best eaten the day it is baked but can be wrapped in aluminum foil and stored in a cool, dry place for up to 3 days.

No Knead Craisin Pecan Bread

adapted from taste of home
  • 300 g Organic bread flour
  • 200 g Whole spelt berries, finely milled plus additional for dusting work surface
  • 30 g Coconut sugar
  • 10 g Fresh yeast, crumbled
  • 1 tsp Ground cardamom (or cinnamon)
  • 1 tsp Black salt
  • 80 g Craisins
  • 80 g Pecans, toasted and roughly chopped
  • 480 ml Water (21C-24C / 70F-75F)
  1. In a large bowl, whisk bread flour, whole spelt flour, coconut sugar, yeast, cardamom and salt. Stir in craisins and pecans. Add water to form a moist, shaggy dough. Do not knead. Cover and let rise in a cool place until bubbly and doubled, 7-8 hours. I left the dough, covered with a plastic film, in the fridge for 16 hours and 4 hours on my kitchen counter at room-temperature.
  2. Preheat oven to 230C/450F. Place a Dutch oven with lid onto center rack and heat for at least 30 minutes. Once Dutch oven is heated, turn the dough onto a generously floured surface. Using a dough scraper, quickly shape into a round loaf. Gently place on top of a piece of parchment.
  3. Using a sharp knife, make a 1/4 in. deep slash across top of loaf. Using the parchment, immediately lower bread into heated Dutch oven. Cover and bake for 25 minutes. Uncover and bake until loaf is deep golden brown and sounds hollow when tapped, 20-30 minutes longer, partially covering if browning too much. Remove loaf from pan and cool completely on wire rack.

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41 comments:

bread&salt 15/3/21 05:12

Looks very healthy. Recipe is very different. Going to save its recipe. Thanks

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Nancy Chan 15/3/21 06:26

You baked such beautiful and healthy bread.

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all types recepies and desert 15/3/21 08:13
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speedy70 15/3/21 08:55

Complimenti cara, un pane meraviglioso!!!

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Julie 15/3/21 10:02

That's a healthy puffed up loaf, superb..pecan adds the extra crunch as well!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 15/3/21 12:47

Oh this is calling my name pecans and craisins are my favorite combinations!

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Tom 15/3/21 12:53

...this looks fabulous.

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DEZMOND 15/3/21 13:08

What are craisins? Dry cranberries? :)

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thepaintedapron.com 15/3/21 13:22

You had me at no knead! Sounds easy and delicious!

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foodtravelandwine 15/3/21 14:44

I love your bread!!....what a great combination with craisins and pecans....it is the bread for my next Thanksgiving!!........Abrazotes, Marcela

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Kitchen Riffs 15/3/21 15:43

Love making bread that one doesn't have to knead! Although if you knead by hand it's kind of relaxing, isn't it? Anyway, this looks to have wonderful flavor. Really nice recipe -- thanks.

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Fran @ G'day Souffle 15/3/21 15:45

Your bread looks fantastic! That's a new technique for me- first heating the Dutch oven, then placing the dough into the hot pan!

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The Exclusive Beauty Diary 15/3/21 15:51

That bread look very delicious especially with nutella on it. I would like to try it through screen.

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mjskit 15/3/21 18:33

A delicious looking sweet yeast bread. Love these types of breads better than a no yeast quick bread.

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Beata M. 15/3/21 20:44

Amazing recipe. Yummy 😊😋

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Suja Manoj 15/3/21 21:11

Great recipe, love this fruit and nut bread,yummy.

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Eva Taylor 15/3/21 21:40

No knead bread is definitely one of our favourites. The bread is quite beautiful. We've only ever added cheese but no other inclusions so we'll have to give your recipe a try next time I want to bake bread.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 15/3/21 21:44

This looks luscious! And I love the added cardamom flavor!

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Pedro 15/3/21 22:08

A delicious bread that I would try with a layer of plum jam.

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Tanza Erlambang 15/3/21 22:42

fabulous looking and delicious....

Have a great day

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Heidi | The Frugal Girls 15/3/21 23:26

Your loaf turned out so beautifully! I loved the addition of the craisins and pecans. These transformed your bread into something I could enjoy as a meal all by itself.

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savorthebest 16/3/21 01:10

This would make a terrific breakfast. It looks fabulous

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Marcelle 16/3/21 03:52

Oh my goodness, Angie!! I adore pecans and cranberries together, I've got to make this bread soon. We will love it ❤

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 16/3/21 07:26

I have to come clean and admit that I had to look up 'craisins', as I haven't come across them before. Combining cranberries with pecans sounds like a winning combination though!

I am assuming that baking / steaming the bread makes it nice and moist, as pecans might be prone to making it quite dry otherwise?

I am a bit of a bread fiend, so I would definitely be up for giving this one a try, thanks for sharing your delicious pictures :)

Yvonne xx

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Ron 16/3/21 11:25

A wonderful looking bread. I've not made bread with a couple of your ingredients, but they sound fascinating. I've never milled spelt berries, but we get spelt flour at our market. Is that the same thing. Black salt in bread, I like that idea as well. Craisins aren't available here but we do find dried cranberries. As I remember craisins are sweeter than dried cranberries. Id that what you find. A good loaf that I'd like to bake. Thanks for sharing...

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Angie's Recipes 16/3/21 11:45

@Yvonne@fiction-booksI didn't know that pecans tend to make baked goods dry. I used pecans and cranberries because I am a fan of both.

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Angie's Recipes 16/3/21 11:47

@Ron I believe that they are the same thing. Some brands contain more sugar than the other.

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Gustyanita Pratiwi 16/3/21 13:07

the process of how to bake was very complicated but i think the result was great. How beautiful pecan inside of this browny bread...love it

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2pots2cook 16/3/21 13:16

Perfect one to introduce for Easter this year !

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Anca 16/3/21 15:53

This looks amazing and I bet it's very very tasty too! xx

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Aliya Imtiyaz 16/3/21 17:19

Yummy !! That looks good !!!

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Pam 16/3/21 18:32

Great combination of flavors & textures. Another beautiful loaf of bread.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 16/3/21 18:57

A beautiful loaf! I love nutty breads and I do enjoy Craisins so much more than raisins. The crumb looks perfect!

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beyondkimchee 16/3/21 22:05

You made aice loaf of bread here. No knead? love it even more. Pecan and craisin combination sounds really good.

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Raymund 16/3/21 23:01

I need these no knead recipes, so simple and easy to make

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Anonymous 17/3/21 20:42

That looks so delicious. I'm really craving a slice now with a lavish spread of butter. I'm a bit boring with my bread and tend to make the same things over and over again.

Choclette x

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Tisa Jacob 18/3/21 17:41

Coconut sugar and cardamom- such a great combination! Another beautiful loaf,Angie🙌🏼

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The-FoodTrotter 18/3/21 23:12

Your no-kneed bread is so bread-like actually! It's probably delicious :)

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Noob Cook 23/3/21 17:27

Even though this is no-knead, it's beyond my baking level hahaha... looks really gorgeous & delish as always!

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