What do you do when you have some left over pizza dough? You can either use it to make a brand new batch of dough, which will greatly improve the flavor of the dough, or you can simply and quickly make SCHIACCIATA.
There are endless variations in making bread. This simple dough recipe is an ideal option for both the experienced and inexperienced baker. The percentage of hydration, flour type, fermentation method are all variables that will affect the bread’s flavor and texture. We hope you enjoy our simple bread dough recipe.
In our previous post, we learned how to make a simple bread dough at 63% hydration. Now we will continue on to the baking process. Baking bread in the Fontana wood-fired oven is a very satisfying experience. We will show a few tips that will help ensure your bread comes out of the oven perfect!
Proofing the dough, before baking in the Fontana wood-fired oven is a very important step in bread baking. There are different ways to get the final proofing of the dough accomplished. Instead of proofing the dough on the countertop or on a baker's cloth, we will show you how to use a basket to get the job done.
Baked in the Italian made wood-fired pizza oven, Apple Roses are a simple, delicious and elegant treat sure to satisfy your family and guests. These little bite size "apple pies" will become a beautiful dessert, a brunch addition or a breakfast treat. Follow the simple steps to making Apple Roses.
You can kiss the box goodbye because we’re going to learn how to make this classic Southern comfort food. Every family member and neighbor has their own take on the popular side. Today you will learn how to bake yet another mac & cheese variation on everyone’s familiar favorite.
A delicious Sweet Potato Casserole just in time for Thanksgiving and the holidays baked in the Fontana wood-fired oven. Graciously shared by our friend Vickye many years ago, this simple recipe has definitely become a traditional favorite and a great comfort food for our family and friends.