BBQ Bread Recipe

Today I wanted an organic beef burger on the grill — but I didn’t have any buns — and organic buns are pretty difficult to come by in the local grocery stores, plus they don’t taste the same.

Sooooo, I took matters into my own hands and decided to make some dough, and bake my own.

And because it’s summer and I didn’t feel like heating up my kitchen with the oven on, I decided to toss some dough into a pan on the grill, and ta-da!!

It tastes amazing (drooool) 🤤

{Always organic ingredients}

I use a bread machine but if you prefer to make dough by hand, knock yourself out!

Invest in some cast iron pans — you won’t be disappointed!

In the bread machine reservoir:

  • 1 2/3 cups room temperature water
  • 4 2/3 cups organic all-purpose flour — (see tip below)
  • 2 tsp sea salt
  • 2 tbsp organic sugar or honey
  • 2 tbsp organic coconut oil
  • 1 1/2 tsp quick-rise yeast

Set your bread machine to the DOUGH setting and walk away……

When dough cycle is complete, punch down dough on a floured surface and shape into desired loaves or buns. Place in baking pan — I used a cast iron frying pan — and allow it to rise until doubled in height.

Bake in a medium-hot grill until golden and the loaves make a hollow sound when tapped with your knuckles. (like knocking on a door)

Time will vary depending on size of buns/loaves. If you’re worried about the bottoms browning too quickly, turn the heat down and check on bread every 5 minutes until done.

Allow to cool (until you cave from weakness)…..slice…..butter……and dig in!

NOTE: I often make variations in my choice of flours and grains when making my breads. The best combination involves 3 cups of all-purpose flour, 1 cup of whole wheat or oatmeal, and 2/3 c. combination of flax, more oats, or multi-grain cereal.

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