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Flower Bread in a Cast Iron Pot

Release Date: 25-02-2011
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Cast iron pans and pots are the dreams of everyone who likes to spend time in the kitchen and is interested in kitchen utensils. The reason for this is that it is long-lasting, even inherited, as well as spreading the heat evenly over the entire surface and keeping the temperature for a long time. Thus, it achieves excellent results in dishes that require long cooking on low heat and using an oven.

bread in the pot

I think my first cast iron pan was a gift last year. Since then, whenever I want to cook, my hand goes to it first. The more I cook with it, the more flavorful and delicious I make it. I think the pan also adds something of itself to the dish.

I used my 19 cm diameter Stewpan pot for bread making. Thanks to its heavy lid, there is no need to wrap the bread with anything extra while fermenting.

It gave much better results than the clamp mold in oven use. Thanks to the even distribution of heat, the bread was evenly baked on all sides.

Following the recipe on the back of the grain flour mixture I bought, I left the bread by hand instead of leaving it in the bread machine. I put on the kneading head of the mixer to knead. It gave very good results as it was fermented next to the heater. After shaping, I continued the fermentation process in the pot.

A final note, do not hold your cast iron pans and pots that have been heated on the stove or in the oven with your bare hands.

I will write a lot about cast iron pans, pots and grills. Love…

Ingredients for the Flower Bread Recipe in a Casting Pot

  • 500 gr. Grain flour mix
  • 2 glass of warm water
  • 1 pack of instant yeast

How to Make Flower Bread Recipe in Cast Iron Pot?

  1. Take the flour mixture into a mixing bowl, add yeast and water on it and knead.
  2. When the dough comes out of the bowl and comes together, cover it in an airtight way and leave it to ferment for 30 minutes next to the heater.
  3. Divide the fermented dough into 5 meringues and lay them in the greased baking tray or cast iron pan.
  4. Let it rise for about 50 minutes in the oven at 2 degrees until the dough doubles in size.
  5. Take the bread out of the oven and turn the oven to 210 degrees. Brush water on your bread and put it in the oven.
  6. After cooking at 210 degrees for 10 minutes, reduce the degree to 190.
  7. Take the bread you have cooked for another 50 minutes from the oven and serve when it cools down.
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"Flower Bread in a Cast Iron Pot12 comments for ”

  • Oct. 10, 2013 at 16:03 PM

    Do you put the cast iron pan at the bottom of the oven while making bread or on the grill?

    • Oct. 10, 2013 at 16:48 PM

      on the grill

  • On June 09, 2013 at 18:03 PM

    Hey there
    the recipe is amazing but where can i find a frying pan in istanbul

    • on July 05, 2016 at 07:18

      In some chic shopping malls in Istanbul, in the shops selling lux kitchen articles, there are woven pans and super wonderful woven pots of all colors. It's been a couple of years, it's been 30 euros, but the secrets of weaving are too sensitive if you don't pay attention, the secret falls off or is woven right away, I think it's wrong. When you come out of the oil stains, it is very difficult to remove, I hate it.

  • On June 28, 2012 at 18:43 PM

    Hello Miss Nilay,
    I love following your blog as a culinary friend and I tried some of your recipes and got successful results.
    I have a question for you, where did you get the cast iron pot you used in the above recipe, I want to make bread at home, and some domestic and foreign forums always use cast iron pots, I want to buy one, what can you recommend me based on your experience??
    Thank you very much in advance for your recommendation and I wish you continued success in your kitchen.
    Hello …
    Bulent from Bursa

  • On February 28, 2011 at 17:29

    It's great my dear. You're great anyway :) I'm waiting for my blog as soon as possible. I'm curious about your comments. Love.

  • On February 26, 2011 at 11:30

    I was very surprised, I never thought that bread can be baked in a pot. I am looking forward to your article about casting products.

    • On February 26, 2011 at 19:26

      Yes, it was a different and nice recipe :) I will prepare the article as soon as I take the photos. Yours sincerely

  • On February 26, 2011 at 11:28

    It looks very nice, well done

  • On February 25, 2011 at 15:14

    Health to your hands, a great recipe, I'm thinking of making it as soon as possible, I'm waiting for your different recipes


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