1 October 2013

Rustic bread (in iron skillet)






One of my favorites things I love make breads, is really so different a bread made at home and others you can buy.
Here in the past we had here in Chile amazing Bakeries but later  Supermaket begin make bread and of course some of them pre-baked and others with frozen breads.

Here where we live  still   we find some old bakeries still make bread old style.
Anyway sometimes I make breads but I dont post because normally I make at night.

I love this recipe because I just liked the thought of cooking some rustic bread in the skillet with very little work.  This bread was  puffed up and crusted up just beautifully.

made in my NEW iron skillet but you can make too in other baking pan.

Source : Baker Bettie blog



Ingredients

2 1/4 teaspoon active dry yeast
2 cups lukewarm water
1/2 tablespoon salt
2 cups 1/4 all purpose flour
2 cups whole-wheat flour
olive oil

Method
 
Combine yeast and warm water in a large bowl or pitcher.
Using a wooden spoon add in 1 cup of the flour and then salt and mix until combined.
Stir in the rest of the flours, one cup at a time, until completely incorporated.
Cover with plastic wrap or a lid that is not shut completely.
Allow to rise for 1 hour.
Do not punch down the dough.
Lightly oil the bottom of a cast iron skillet (or a baking pan)
Sprinkle a amount on top of the dough and then cover hands with flour.
 Take all the dough and shape into a disk (it will be sticky)
Place in the skillet (or pan) cover loosely with a towel, and allow to rise for another 30 minutes.
Preheat the oven about 190°c  (400°F)
Drizzle a little more  oil over the top of the bread, and slash the dough with a knife creating an X.
Sprinkle with coarse salt.
Bake for 35 to 40 minutes until the top is a deep Brown color.
    Notes: The original recipe is with all purpose flour but I love to mix some whole wheat flour I think the bread is best.
    But you can see the original récipe in Bettie Blog.
    I think she has amazing récipes.
    This is a rustic bread I will happy to make and make again.
    The other always I make is  french baguette and you can see here.
    Hope you enjoy!
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Este pan me encantó bueno a mi me encanta el pan tipo rustico y esta receta la encontré en el blog Baker Bettie Blog, y no es difícil de hacer.
La hice en mi sartén de fierro que ahora tengo (en Almacenes Paris) mucho tiempo que quería tener un sartén de fierro porque se pueden hornear muchas cosas y se puede poner al horno.
Es muy bueno. Lo genial es que mi marido lo encontró cuando andaba buscando una parrilla. Si, lo tenían en las cosas para parrillas, pero se puede usar para todo.
Por supuesto este pan se puede hacer también en un molde para pan.

Ingredientes

2 1/4 cucharaditas de levadura granulada
2 tazas de agua tibia
1/2 cucharada de sal
2 1/4 tazas de harina blanca sin polvos de hornear
2 tazas de harina integral
aceite de oliva

Método

Mezclar la levadura con el agua tibia en un jarro o bol de pyrex.
Usando una cuchara de madera mezclar 1 taza de harina a esta mezcla de levadura y agua. Agregar la sal y mezclar bien.
Agregar el resto de las dos harinas (integral y blanca) de a poco de a una taza por vez.
En un bol cubrir esta masa con film plástico (dejando una abertura) dejar reposar por 1 hora.
No empujar ni hundir la masa (no se amasa) solo dejarla por 1 hora.
Aceitar el sartén de fierro o molde que se va a usar.
Esparcir un poco de aceite sobre la msa.
Enharinarse bien las manos para tomar la masa (estará un poco pegajosa) formar una bola o disco y colocarla en el sartén  molde.
Tapar con un paño de cocina y dejar por unos 30 minutos.
Prender el horno a 190°c.
Antes de llevar al horno esparcir un poco de aceite sobre la masa y hacer con un cuchillo una X.Esparcir un poco de sal gruesa.
Llevar a horno por unos 35 a 40 minutos o hasta que esté la corteza dorada y crujiente.
Dejar reposar un poco antes de cortar los trozos.


 

92 comments:

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    1. Now how am I first??? I was eating dinner when you posted! ha. Looks beautiful and delicious!

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    2. haha...oh, you're commenting on my post while I'm commenting on yours! :)

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    3. yes !! haha! I was comment in your amazing Ice cream cookies!!
      This bread is amazing!

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    4. I love rustic bread like that...so beautiful!

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    5. Rustic bread looks great, but I'll just look, want to stay upright haha

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    6. Omay always I think what REALLY you eat Pat??

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  2. quick fry in skillet olive oil always seemed a treat for coupla day old bread in the Sicilian and Roman households

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    1. Yes I love my skillet and love my bread in skillet LOL

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  3. this looks fab a little like the Irish soda bread we made recently

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    1. Yes Rebecca I remember your lovely Irish soda bread other of my favorites!:)

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  4. Just give me a tub of butter and all will be right in the world.

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  5. Gloria, Nothing can beat homemade bread. This looks perfect!

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  6. This bread looks soooooo good!

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  7. The bread looks wonderful! We love to make rustic bread in a dutch oven too! Nothing better, fresh out fo the oven, with warm butter!!
    xo Kris

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    1. Thanks Kris I love make bread too ! xo

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  8. Che splendido pane, quella crosta sembra così croccante :) sarebbe perfetto adesso per la colazione con un velo di marmellata. un bacio, buona giornata

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    1. Grazie Fede yes I try with marmellata and some with butter :)

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  9. What a great way to make bread! Love your skillet bread....

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  10. Gloria, this is pèerfect with some prosciutto!!!
    Un beso

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  11. That's a lovely whole wheat loaf, Gloria!

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  12. Thanks for the recipe, simple ingredients!

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    1. Yes Christine this is the type of récipe I love!

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  13. I also love homemade bread!It looks amazing,dear!
    Besos!

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  14. It's getting to be that time of year when I will make a loaf or two of bread. Hubby bought me a bread maker a few years ago. I hope all is well with you and yours! Much love and hugs xoxoxo

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    1. Is nice make bread I think Elsie, what nice you have a bread maker! send you huggs!

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  15. Wowo love the rustic looking bread. I can jus timagine opening them just by pulling it and dipping in my soup :-)

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    1. Thanks Finla!! and with soup ! amazing!

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  16. Gloria, I've never had skillet bread. It's very appealing! Add butter and some peach jam and I'd be a happy camper... Good bread is hard to get in East Tennessee as well. Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Yes these skillets are sell to camping to and they called Mountains skillet :)
      But I always love to make bread David, and I love butter and peach jam!x

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  17. ...QUÉ BUENO DEBE ESTAR ESTE PAN...

    Un saludo
    Azmara

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  18. I haven't made bread in a pan since I went camping in the mountains. How interesting that this is the traditional way to make it in Chile!

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    1. well Sarah others make in others pan or in clay oven but always wanna make in skillet!

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  19. Beautifully rustic and delicious! Nice to serve with a bowl of steaming soup.

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    1. Thanks Anhoe, well the twins love bread and soup are delicious!

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  20. Gloria I really love to do bread my self... I think it's a very relaxing experience... Why don't you try to do natural yeast? It's easy and gives a lot of satisfactions... Your bread looks really tasty... Besitos

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    1. Thanks Patty I love to make bread, sometimes I use fresh yeast but sometimes I lost it because have a dead line of course! Anyway normally my Mom use fresh yeast !

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  21. Que espectacular Gloria, se ve realmente mortal!
    Besos amiga!

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    1. gracias Kako ya sabes que me encanta hacer pan cuando puedo!

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  22. this is a work of beauty!
    mary x

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  23. Que rico y que ganas de probarlo me han entrado!!!!

    Un beso grande Gloria!

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  24. Looks like an artisan bread. nice

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  25. Wow, this look great Gloria...I love baking bread, but never thought in "baking" in a iron skillet.
    Thanks for the inspiration and hope you are enjoying your week my dear :D

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    1. Is Lovely Juliana I had seen in some blogs but never find here iron stiil but the other day I find! and was really good!

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  26. Anything and everything is so much better cooked in an iron skillet:)

    Your bread looks..fabulous:)

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    1. Thanks Monique, yes I love my iron skillet:))

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  27. This is cool - you can bake bread in cast iron skillet! I need to try this one day. I only use my cast iron skillet for savory dishes and it needs some change!

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    1. Thanks Nami, I love my iron skillet, savory dishes are amazing and I saw someones make clafoutis too:))

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  28. oh yum...skillet bread is amazing...i have made this one....smiles
    i love bread....

    the boys had mixed reactions to me being a woman...ha

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    1. Thanks Brian, you can use also when you go to camping! , Hope te kids are nice with you today:))

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  29. Lovely bread, Gloria! I wish I have an iron skillet too!

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    1. Thanks Joyce, I love too you can make many thing in it!!

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  30. Homemade bread is the best!

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  31. Te ha quedado maravilloso Gloria! que ganas de probarlo...Besos

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  32. I love your skillet bread Gloria, so rustic and lovely crumbs!

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    1. Thanks Jeannie you always make amazing breads!

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  33. Hello Gloria! What a gorgeous bread? And how did you know I just bought my first iron skillet? Can't wait to try this. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Really Monet?? whe think aloke I love my my iron skillet!! I really love it!
      I hope to male others lovely things too!!
      xo

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  34. SUCH A DELIGHTFUL BREAD....TREATS LIKE THESE CAN NEVER BE GOT IN SUPER MARKETS AND THE EXPERIENCE OF MAKING ONCE OWN BREAD IS ABSOLUTELY SOOTHING...LOVED THIS RECIPE,THE WONDERFULLY TENDER OUTCOME AND THE COMFORT OF HOMEMADE BREADS :-)

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  35. A wonderful bread! So tempting. I bet it tastes wonderful with cheese.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  36. Yet another reason why I need a cast iron skillet! Beautiful loaf!

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    1. Joanne I think you would love this skillet!

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  37. Questo pane è semplicemente straordinario!
    Mi piace tantissimo il suo aspetto così casalingo, genuino e immagino i suoi profumi!!!
    Complimenti.

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    1. Grazie Any, I love your blog I saw in the morning!

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  38. Questo pan rustico è meraviglioso.
    Complimenti
    Baci.

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  39. Me encantan esos panes rústicos, te quedó perfecto.
    Y qué original lo de hornearlo en la sartén.
    Un beso.

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    1. Gracoas Marga! es muy bueno este sartén!

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  40. Love the presentation of the bread in the skillet - so pretty!

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  41. Un pain rustique très réussi. bravo!!!!
    J'en mangerai avec plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  42. What a wonderful rustic loaf!! I love the way you have cooked this. It looks like proper healthy bread. Brava Gloria!

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  43. Thanks Aloda really I love this rustic bread!!

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