Two-ingredient dough is made with self-rising flour and plain, fat-free Greek yogurt. This simple, yeastless dough can be used to make so many things. There is no waiting for the yeast to rise and no kneading for 20 minutes.
1. Self-rising flour
2. Plain fat-free Greek yogurt
Measure out your ingredients.
Add the self-rising flour and Greek yogurt to your mixing bowl.
Use a handheld mixer to combine the self-rising flour and Greek yogurt.
Knead the dough a few times and then form two loaves.
Place the loaves on a parchment-lined baking sheet and cut slits on top of them.
Bake the baguettes on the middle rack with hot boiling water in a pan on the lower rack.
The hot water creates steam in the oven and helps make the bread crust crispy and crackly.
Bake until Golden. Allow the baguettes to cool completely on a wire rack before cutting or storing them.
Are these like “real” baguettes?
Classic French baguettes are made with wheat flour, water, salt, and yeast. This recipe uses two ingredient dough to make two short loaves of bread with a chewy interior and a golden, crusty exterior.
What do you eat with a baguette?
Eat it with olive oil for dipping, with soup, or use it to make a sandwich.
Can I make self-rising flour?
Yes! You can make it yourself by whisking together all-purpose flour, baking powder, and salt. Click the link below to learn more.