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opskrift til PITABRØD på grill

: 24. maj 2014, 14:27
af krummes
Er der nogen derude som kan anbefale en opskrift på pitabrød, som med fordel kan bages på fredstone i grillen.

Re: opskrift til PITABRØD på grill

: 24. maj 2014, 15:45
af Støy
Hej,

"Let me google that for you" :-D

Masser af hits hvis du søger i arkivet - her er en god tråd:
viewtopic.php?f=60&t=24893

Jeg har også et indlæg i tråden der linker videre til opskrifter på nogen af de andre ting der hører et ordentligt pitamåltid til.
Jeg bager dem normalt direkte på risten.

Held og lykke... og læg nogle billeder op af successen!

Re: opskrift til PITABRØD på grill

: 24. maj 2014, 15:57
af deha
krummes skrev:Er der nogen derude som kan anbefale en opskrift på pitabrød, som med fordel kan bages på fredstone i grillen.


Prøv denne her. Hvis hun siger den er god så er den det. Kan godt forstå du spørger ind til opskrifter. Der findes fandeme mange dårlige opskrifter via Google :-)
http://www.trinegrosen.dk/25548769

Re: opskrift til PITABRØD på grill

: 10. jun 2017, 07:05
af Symbiot78
Her er den jeg bruger hver gang.. har ikke prøvet på grill, men kun i ovnen på en pizzasten (ovn opvarmet til MAX først, og så ned på 200 så snart brødet er i ovnen.)

Pita BreadIngredients
* 375g all-purpose or bread flour - tipo00 mel fra netto
* 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil - det du har i skabet
* 2 teaspoons of instant yeast - tørgær
* 2 teaspoons of kosher salt or sea salt
* 1/2 teaspoon of sugar
* 2,37 DL of water, plus a little more as needed

Directions
1. In a stand mixer with a dough hook (or a food processor fitted with a dough blade) combine the flour, olive oil, yeast, salt, and sugar. Turn the mixer or processor on medium-low and slowly add 1 cup of water. You are really looking for the dough to form a ball that is slightly sticky. You might need to add a little more water to make this happen. Usually, I use about 1 cup plus 1 to ounces of water before the dough is the way I want it to be.
2. Now it’s time to let the dough rise until it doubles in size, about 1 to 2 hours. You can leave the dough in the mixing bowl (or food processor bowl) or transfer it to a large glass mixing bowl. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap or a clean, heavy kitchen towel. Leave the bowl in a draft-free place for an hour or two.
3. When the dough is ready, pre-heat the oven to 400. Place the Baking Steel in the oven first to allow it to pre-heat too. Next, turn out the dough on a lightly floured surface and cut into 6 even pieces. Gently shape each piece into a ball. Then, one at a time, roll out each ball into a round about 1/4 inch thick.
4. Place each round on a lightly floured surface and lightly dust the tops of the rounds with flour, then cover with plastic wrap or a kitchen towel and allow to rise an additional 20 minutes.
5. When you are ready to start baking the pita, dampen your hands with a little water and pick up one of the rounds of dough, patting off the excess flour and slightly moistening the dough. Then place the round directly on the Baking Steel. Repeat the process as room in the oven allows, then close the oven door and bake for 4 minutes. At the 4 minute mark, flip the pita and bake for another 4 minutes. The pita should then be puffed up and nicely browned. Remove the pita from the oven with a pizza peel or a large spatula. If you are going to eat it right away, then you may want to brush it lightly with melted butter. but that depends on what you are going to serve it with. If you are serving it with a sauce or a dip, like Hummus, then you do not need to brush it with butter.
6. Repeat the process with the remaining rounds.

This recipe makes 6 pita breads.
Note: Pita keeps really well. It can be frozen in packs wrapped in aluminum foil, then reheated in the oven when you are ready to eat.

Re: opskrift til PITABRØD på grill

: 10. jun 2017, 10:27
af MartinNicolaisen73
Jeg laver pitabrød med den her opskrift:

3 dl vand.
500 hvedemel
25 g gær
2 tsk. salt

Pitabrøddene skal rulles meget tyndt før de virker/popper op. Tyndere end man tror.

Mvh
Martin