Baking bread on the Grill in the Fourneau Grande

Baking bread on the Grill in the Fourneau Grande

When it's too hot to bake bread indoors, do not despair! Take your Fourneau Grande outside to a gas grill. Fourneau co-founder, Ted Burdett, shows us how to bake bread on the grill. 

Film, sound, titles, and editing by Nick Martin.

Let's get baking!



In this video, we set up our Fourneau Grande on a five-burner propane grill outside. The two side-burners are on at full heat, pre-heating the bread oven to 500-550 degrees. 

Using our favorite No-Knead bread recipe, we flip the dough on to the Fourneau baking tray, score it, and slide it into the Grande bread oven. We like to add a boost of steam right before closing the hatch. 

After 15 minutes, we'll remove the hatch and let the dough brown for another 15-20 minutes, or until desired brownness is achieved. 

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  • Nice.

    25 years ago, we had no oven, and I baked bread on a gas grill using La Cloche.

    JohnMD1022 on
  • Love the videos!! Keep them coming!

    Connie Schreiber on
  • That looks amazing Ted! I have the smaller Fourneau and the dough bakes up very well in it. It’s wonderful to know it can be done on a grill, especially during hot summers when you don’t want to heat up the oven or in fall/winter during “power outage” months; the grill always works.

    Michelle on
  • Thank you for featuring me in this video. I was wondering if when you put it on IG if you could please tag me so that I can share it with my many followers. I was trying some new vocal yaps and I’m pretty happy with how they came through on your video recording.



    The Hawk on

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