Bottini Fuel Teaches You How to Use Your Grill to Make Bread


With the dog days of summer just around the corner, Bottini Fuel knows that you will soon not want to cook indoors. Not only is it nicer to grill food on the barbecue rather than on the stovetop or in the oven, it also keeps it cooler in your house. So, ditch the stove and opt for using your barbecue for every meal. One thing that we hear a lot is that you can’t cook everything on the grill. Well, where there is a will there is a way. One of the most often cited things that you cannot cook on the grill is bread. In this article, we are not only going to prove that wrong, but we are also going to show you how to do it. Let’s crack on with it, shall we? 


Since there are far too many dough’s to single out, we are going to leave that decision up to you. Just know that the first thing that you need to do is pick the kind of dough you wish to use. Now, the application. If you are intending to make a loaf of bread, you are going to need some bread pans that are rated for the grill. Using the bread pans that you use in the stove will damage them. You are going to want to pick something in the cast iron variety. If you are not that dedicated that you will make bread on the grill often, then opt for one of those tin versions that you can find in the store. In either case, you are going to want to make sure that you grease the pan properly so that the bread will release once it has completed cooking. The same selection process will come for if you want to make buns for your burgers. The right cooking tool for the job is essential. 


When you are cooking bread with your meal, make sure that you cook the bread first. The bread will need a chance to cool down before you can use it. That can be done by cooking it first and then the rest of your meal. If you intend on toasting the bread that you have cooked, you will want to allow a few minutes in between pulling the bread off and cooking the meal. Toasted buns are great for burgers, but you are going to need to be able to handle them before you can toast them. Just allow about 5 or 10 minutes for your buns to cool down after they have finished baking in the grill. 


Summer is the time that Bottini Fuel loves to get out to the grill. It keeps our home cool and allows us to come up with a different method to cook all of our food. We have found many different ways to cook things that people thought could only be cooked inside. Believe us when we tell you there is nothing better than food prepared on an open flame.

Posted in Default Category on May 01 at 04:18 PM

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