BY: Ena Kokanović Nagy
Now I am completely in love with the Glowen stove. Who would have thought that it would not be after pizza but after a complete lunch! Just like in restaurants, I decided to use this oven for everything, so I made a lunch consisting of skirt steak, roasted vegetables – potatoes and peppers, and fragrant flatbread!
Even though I used gas, everything still had a special taste and caramelized wonderfully!
As the weather gets warmer, I believe I will be more creative when it comes to using the pizza oven! Maybe some Glowen desserts?!
What would you bake in Glowen? Except pizza, of course!
- 500g of flour
- 350ml of water
- 10g of salt
- 7g of dry yeast
for Steak seasoning:
for baked potatos:
- Olive oil
Make a dough from the above and let it rise at room temperature for 1 hour. Shape into a round cake with a diameter of approx. 28 cm and bake in Glowen at 300 degrees for 4-5 minutes. It takes a little longer because it is much thicker than a classic pizza. Be sure to keep an eye on the it and when it is a nice golden color, it is ready.
I don’t have a special recipe for this! I baked the skirt steak for a total of 5 minutes – 3 on one side, 1.5-2 minutes on the other side at 250 degrees! It is seasoned only with salt, and after baking with pepper. Left to rest for 10 minutes in foil!
For baked potatos:
The potatoes were baked for about 10 minutes at 250 degrees, salted and with a little fat. Peppers and garlic together, a little olive oil and smoked Maldon salt. I baked them until they were golden brown!