Buy online a bread pan
Before starting to work with bread, it is important to equip yourself with quality equipment. You can buy all kinds of bread molds online: to make country bread, to make baguettes, toast, ciabatta and many more.
Ordering it online has several advantages:
- You take your time to choose your loaf pan according to the descriptions on the product sheets.
- You can order it at any time.
- You have the possibility to compare prices between different sites. On our Bokeo.ch site you will find everything you need to bake your bread without a machine.
Making bread without a machine
Bokeo's philosophy is to favor the handmade and the use of resilient tools. This is why you will not find a bread maker on our site. These are energy intensive and limit bread making to two or three kinds. Baking bread without a machine is much easier and more accessible than it looks. At the end of the page, you will find an easy homemade bread recipe.
Emile Henry bread molds
The know-how of the Emile Henry brand dates from the 19th century. The technique of working with ceramics has been modernized over the years and the quality of their bread molds is still there. The ceramic allows a uniform baking of the bread, guaranteeing a soft crumb and a crispy crust .
Allows you to bake all kinds of bread
Emile Henry has developed several styles of mold to allow baking the most common breads, but also original.
What type of bread can I make in the Emile Henry molds?
The loaf pan
This mold allows you to make bread with wheat flour, rye, spelled ... It is a all-purpose mold, if you only have to choose one, take this one .
The Ciabatta mold
This mold allows you to cook ciabattas, these long and flat Italian breads perfect for making paninis, sandwiches, or to enjoy as an aperitif with tapenade.
The bread mold and special breads
Its large capacity is ideal for making sandwich bread, very popular with children and hikers for sandwiches. You can also prepare special breads: seeds, dried fruits, sundried tomatoes ...
Easy homemade bread recipe
- 500g of wheat flour
- 350ml of water
- 10g of salt
- 21g fresh baker's yeast
- Dilute the yeast in lukewarm water (not hot, at the risk of killing the yeast)
- Mix the flour and salt with a utensil or by hand, gradually add water and start kneading the dough.
- When the dough is homogeneous, it is sticky. Cover with a clean cloth and sprout for 1 hour 30 minutes.
- Preheat your oven to 220 ° C, place your empty Emile Henry mold inside.
- Lightly degas the dough, give it the desired shape and place it in your mold. Make lines on top with a knife or razor blade.
- Bake for about 30 minutes depending on the power of your oven, watching. The crust should be golden brown.
- Let cool in the mold for 15 minutes then turn out onto a wire rack.