Dutch Oven Bread with Rosemary Sea Salt

Have you made Dutch Oven Bread? It’s AMAZING! Simple and delicious Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread is the only easy bread recipe you’ll ever need.

EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie!Things have come a long way around here.  I went from being single with only an overweight dog to my name, unable to even make instant coffee…to married, running a food blog as my full-time job, and making bread.  SAY WHAT?! I. Made. Bread.  And it was easy.  And delicious.  And would be SO PERFECT with mom’s Creamy Chicken Soup.  Things have come a long way.

EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie! EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie!

This crazy simple Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread is 100% fool-proof.

Although it does have to sit and rise overnight…the prep is pretty much…nothing.  You can do this.  Impress the masses. Bonus: your house will smell amazing. Holy yum!

EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie! EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie!I adapted this recipe from one of my favorite blogs, Jo Cooks! She made this awesome No Knead Dutch Oven Bread (she also has a whole wheat version on her site!) and I knew I had to give it a try.  Be sure to check out her recipe as well! It seriously doesn’t get easier than this!

EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie! EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie!

So while this recipe is definitely exciting…I know you’re all wondering about the LE CREUSET GIVEAWAY!!!!! I’ve been SO excited about this for weeks.  My gorgeous Cherry Red Le Creuset 4 1/2 Quart Dutch Oven is one of my very favorite items in my kitchen.  So much personality mixed with so much versatility and craftsmanship.  You can make everything from Roast, to soups, to bread! Everyone needs one…so I’m partnering with Le Creuset to give one away!!! AND you can choose your own color.  Look at all those gorgeous colors!

EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie!Le Creuset has so many amazing products (including an iphone case…who knew??), and I’m so honored to be partnering with them for this giveaway! Click HERE to see all of their products, and be sure to enter below to win yourself one! Lots of free ways to enter.

EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie! EASY Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread! Crusty Bread made in a Dutch Oven. The only homemade bread recipe you'll ever need! | The Cookie Rookie!MMMMMMM!!!!!

Serves 6-8

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Rosemary Sea Salt Dutch Oven Bread (PLUS a Le Creuset GIVEAWAY!)
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Ingredients

  • 3 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 3/4 tsp sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp active dry yeast
  • 11/2 cups room temperature water
  • 3/4 cup chopped fresh rosemary

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl mix flour, sea salt, rosemary and yeast together. Mix in the water and use a spatula to blend until well combined.
  2. Cover the bowl and allow to sit on the counter overnight, at least 12 hours. (patience is a virtue!)
  3. Preheat oven to 450 F degrees. While oven is heating, place your Dutch Oven in the oven to allow it to preheat as well.
  4. Remove pot from oven and remove the lid from it.
  5. Flour your work surface as well as hands. Remove your dough from the bowl and form into a ball. This is a no knead recipe, but you may have to fold it a couple times to get it to form the shape you want. Place the dough into the bottom of your Dutch Oven (be careful not to burn your hands, the cast iron will be HOT!)
  6. Bake for 30 minutes with the lid on, then remove the lid and bake another 15-20 minutes until the bread is golden brown.
  7. Remove from the oven and allow to cool. Cut and serve! Perfect compliment for soups!
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Calories
254 cal
Fat
1 g
Carbs
51 g
Protein
8 g


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Lisa Brown
I would cook a whole chicken
    Teresa Ritter
    I would use for soups and stews and making this marvelous looking bread!
Roxanna Weaver
Would love to win one of these dutch ovens, love their colors especially the red.
Leigha @ The Yooper Girl
So excited to find your blog. I LOVE it! I make bread all the time, and I can't wait to try out this recipe! Rosemary is my favorite!
Jill T.
This looks delicious! I love an easy no knead bread!!! Thanks for sharing! I've never done one with rosemary like this - do you think you could substitute dried? I have that in my pantry right now but no fresh. Maybe I'll have to test it out both ways sometime. Thanks~ ~Jill
    Becky Hardin
    Yeah I think dried would work too!! Hope you're doing well Jill!
      ann Ballard
      When do you add the rosemary?
        Becky Hardin
        SO sorry I missed that! I updated the recipe thanks to your catch!! You just mix it in when you're making the dough. Hope you love the recipe!
          Jim
          Excellent recipie gret bred even your patience is only two hours long like mine fter first rise use hands too press nd shape into ball then let stand for 30 min and count into oven I would also add to wipe bottom and walls of pot with oil I also put 1/3 cup of grated parmasan chees into flour for added taste
          Becky Hardin
          So glad you loved it! And I love the sound of your changes, the parmesan sounds like a delicious upgrade! Happy New Year Jim :)
SandyRees
I think this Dutch oven would be perfect to use for my first batch of short ribs
Ashley | The Recipe Rebel
I love a good crusty bread! This looks amazing -- perfect for a snowy, chilly day with a pot of soup or chili! Pinned :)
Dawn
If I was to win I'd make your Rosemary Sea Salt Bread. Looks delicious!
Julie Clark
I have a dutch oven, but it is plain black. I'd love to win a colored one! And I'd really love bread baked in a dutch oven. I need to try this!
Gina Barnett
would love to try to make the bread!! Would cook roast and vegetables.
Patricia @ Grab a Plate
Ohmygosh! I must make this...soon! I love the simplicity of this, both in the ingredients and in the prep. This is beautiful! (And I love my Le Creuset products!)
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