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No Knead Walnut Raisin Bread
By Kate Miller
Amazingly simple yet incredibly tasty with a hint of cinnamon, this no knead home
baked walnut raisin bread is sure to delight everyone in the family. Wonderful as
a healthy breakfast, brunch or light snacks for kids.
Cinnamon Walnut Raisin Bread Recipe
Ingredients 3 cups bread flour ½ cup raisins 1¼ teaspoon salt ¾ teaspoon cinnamon ½ cup
walnuts 1½ cups water ½ teaspoon instant or active dry yeast pinch fresh ground pepper additional
flour for dusting
How to make walnut raisin bread
1. Place flour, raisins, walnuts, salt, cinnamon, yeast, and pepper in a large bowl.
2. Add water. With a wooden spoon, mix until you have a wet, sticky dough. Add 1-2
tablespoons water if the dough doesn't stick.
3. Cover your bowl and leave it to sit at room temperature until the surface bubbles
and doubles in size. This first rise should take about 12-16 hours.
4. Generously flour a work surface. Using a rubber spatula, scrape the dough out
of the bowl. Using lightly floured hands, lift the edges of the dough in towards
the center. Nudge and tuck in the edges of the dough to make it round.
5. Place a tea towel on your work surface and generously dust it with flour. Gently
tip the dough on the towel, seam side down.
6. Fold the ends of the tea towel loosely over the dough. Allow the dough to rise
for 1-2 hours, in a warm, draft-free place. The dough is ready when it is about twice
its original size. It should hold the impression if you poke gently with your fingertips.
If it doesn't, leave it to rise for a further 15 minutes.
7. About 30 minutes before the end of the second rise, preheat your oven to 250˚C.
Place rack in the lower third. Place the covered heavy pot in the center of the rack.
8. Remove pot from oven and uncover it. Unfold the tea towel, invert the dough quickly
but gently into the pot, seam side up. Cover and bake for 30 minutes.
9. Remove pot cover and bake until bread is a deep chestnut color but not burnt,
approximately 15-20 minutes. Gently remove walnut and raisin bread and let cool in
a wire rack.