No-Knead Overnight Ciabatta / Ciabatta koja se ne mijesi

This is the perfect lazy bread for lazy summer days. I don’t know about you guys, but my motivation for cooking suddenly dwindles down as temperatures start to plummet. I’m pretty certain I’m not alone in this.

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INGREDIENTS:

(For 1 ciabatta / 0.23 EUR)

For the dough:

2 cups plain white flour (0.13 EUR)

¼ tsp active dry yeast (0.03 EUR)

1 tbsp sugar (0.01 EUR)

1 tsp salt (0.01 EUR)

1 tbsp olive oil (0.04 EUR)

1 cup warm water (–)

Additional:

Extra flour for dusting (0.01 EUR)

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METHOD:

In a bowl, whisk together flour, yeast, sugar and salt. Pour water and olive oil over the mixture, then stir with a spoon until everything is well combined. Cover the bowl with cling foil and allow the dough to rest overnight in a warm room.

The next day turn the dough over on a clean, well-floured surface and fold over with a dough scraper a couple of times. Shape the dough into a square, gently transfer on parchment lined baking tray, cover with clean tea towel and allow to rest for another 2 hours.

Preheat the oven to 220°C with another baking tray inserted inside. Carefully transfer the dough together with its parchment on a preheated tray and bake for 25 minutes, until deep golden brown. Transfer the baked bread on a rack to come to a room temperature before slicing.

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Ovo je savršeni lijeni kruh za lijene ljetne dane. Ne znam kako je vama, ali moja motivacija za kuhanje opada proporcionalno tome kako temperature rastu. A nekako imam osjećaj da nisam jedina koja se tako osjeća.

SASTOJCI:

(Za 1 ciabattu / 1,74 kn)

Za tijesto:

2 šalice glatkog brašna (1,00 kn)

¼ žličice suhog kvasca (0,25 kn)

1 žlica šećera (0,05 kn)

1 žličica soli (0,01 kn)

1 žlica maslinovog ulja (0,33 kn)

1 šalica tople vode (–)

Dodatno:

Brašno za posipanje (0,10 kn)

PRIPREMA:

U zdjeli pomiješajte brašno, kvasac, šećer i sol. Prelijte preko svega vodu i ulje, pa dobro promiješajte žlicom dok se sve ne sjedini. Prekrijte zdjelu prijanjajućom folijom i ostavite da miruje preko noći u toploj prostoriji.

Sljedećeg dana iskrenite tijesto na čistu i dobro pobrašnjenu radnu plohu. Strugalicom presavinite tijesto nekoliko puta i formirajte u kvadrat. Nježno preselite tijesto na protvan obložen papirom za pečenje i prekrijte čistom krpom. Ostavite da miruje još 2 sata.

Zagrijte pećnicu na 220°C skupa sa još jednim protvanom. Pažljivo preselite tijesto skupa sa papirom za pečenje na ugrijani protvan te pecite 25 minuta dok ne dobije lijepu zlatno-smeđu boju. Preselite kruh na rešetku i pustite da se ohladi na sobnu temperaturu prije nego ga krenete rezati.

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No-Knead Overnight Ciabatta / Ciabatta koja se ne mijesi

10 thoughts on “No-Knead Overnight Ciabatta / Ciabatta koja se ne mijesi

    1. Oh, hai! I’d love to help you out, but do you have any specific places yet you plan to visit in Croatia? I’m in Zagreb and can obviously give you the best recommendations for here.

      For wine stuff I think the best place is Vrutak: http://www.vrutak.hr/kontakt.aspx . They have several locations in Zagreb, but I’m unsure if they cover any other places in CRO. They have a huge selection of vines, beer and other booze, local and imported. I’m sure they’ll be able to give you great recommendations depending on your preferences.

      If you wanna buy local foods and produce, I’ll definitely recommend checking the local farmer’s markets no matter where you decide to go. You can always find good homemade cheeses and cured meats there, along with fresh produce.

      But do let me know which places in CRO you plan on visiting, maybe I can give you more specifics about what to check out, like some shops or restaurants. 😉

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        1. I haven’t tried Sofra myself, but I heard it was great.

          I’d also recommend that you check out Bota Šare restaurant while you’re in Split: http://bota-sare.hr/?restaurant=splitrestaurant

          They have great seafood and I’ve eaten at their place in Zagreb several times. They also have a place in Dubrovnik, but Dubrovnik is super expensive, especially the old center where their restaurant is also located, so I assume their prices are gonna be much higher there. Speaking of Dubrovnik, I’d recommend that you do all your other shopping outside of the old city center because the prices are gonna be significantly lower there. (This also applies to all groceries.)

          Enjoy your stay in Croatia and I hope you have a lovely time. 🙂

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