No oven, no knead bread (bun)

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Over to today’s post. A no oven, no knead bread. I am always excited when I explore recipes that are easy and require little machinery to get done. If I have to few to no machines needed, then I would probably incur less cost and less stress in making the food or drink. So you see why this post is special.

No knead bread (bun) and butter

Ingredients needed for this bun:

3 cups of flour

2 tablespoons baking soda

2/3 cup of oat and peanut milk (click HERE to learn how to make oat and peanut milk).

1/2 cup of water

A pinch of salt

2 table spoons of vegetable oil

A tablespoon of grated ginger

Extra flour (dusting work surface)

Vegetable oil (grease the tray)

No knead bread (bun)
No knead bread (bun)

What to do:

Mix the flour, baking powder, ginger and salt in a bowl. Mix the oat and peanut milk, water and vegetable oil in a microwave safe cup and warm for 30 seconds in the microwave and then add to the mix in the bowl. Flour your work surface or board, dust it with flour, pour the dough on to the surface and use a rolling pin to roll out the dough to about 1/4 an inch to 1/2 inch thickness. Have a tray ready, lightly grease the tray with oil to prevent the dough from sticking. Once the dough has been rolled out, use a round cutter to cut out each bun. You can use a round plate to help guide and knife to cut, if you do not have a round cutter. Once you are done cutting out the buns, place a heavy pan on the stove and allow the pan warm up. No oil needed.

Heavy pan
Heavy pan

Allow the water in the pan dry, then put in as many buns as the pan can sufficiently contain.

Buns (bread) in a heavy weight pan

Buns (bread) in a heavy weight pan

Once you have placed the bun’s dough in the pan cover the pan for 3 minutes to allow the buns begin to cook.

Heavy pan covered
Heavy pan covered

Bread buns in a heavy pan

Bread buns in a heavy pan

After 3 minutes, flip the bun and cover again to cook for another 3 minutes. That’s it, it’s ready. Go on to cook the remaining buns.

Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns)

Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns)

I like how it browns up so that it’s crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.

Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns) and butter

Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns) and butter

You can cut it open, butter then middle and enjoy.

Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns) and savory fillings.

Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns) and savory fillings.
Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns) and savory fillings.
Cooked no knead, no oven bread (buns) and savory fillings.

You can also add savory fillings as in the pictures above; fish, carrot and cucumber. So you have a bun that’s made easily and you can add fillings of your choice. I hope you have enjoyed reading and exploring this bread with me. If you did not know, I have a YouTube channel and you can click HERE to check it out and subscribe.

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