Focus Foodservice Commercial Bakeware Sliding Cover for 1 1/2 Pound Pullman Pan
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- Reinforcing wire in frame for additional strength and durability
- Silicone coating for easy release
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As someone else commented, a standard 3-cups-of-flour recipe might be too small for this pan. The recipe I use has a combined total of 4 cups of flour/potato flakes. This fills the pan well, but I suspect you could pack a 5-cups-of-flour dough in there. Haven't tried yet.
To keep the top of the loaf flat, you'll need to buy the cover or put a cookie sheet with a weight on the pan. The cover is more convenient.
Several Reviewers have asked for a recipe. So here's one that works for us -- in the right quantity for this Pullman Pan:
Weigh two separate amounts for Bread Flour -- pan one 1 pound. Pan two 12 ounces.
In your Kitchen Aid bowl, add
1 1/2 cupa warm water
2 tbs yeast
1 tbs brown sugar
3 tbs Malted Barley flour
the pound of flour
Blend with paddle. Let rise 30 minutes
the remaining flour
2 ounces potato flour
i tbs salt
Switch to kneeding attachment.
Kneed 8 minutes.
Cover and let rise until double in bulk.
Punch down, let rest for 10 minutes. Roll out. Then shape a loaf to fit your pullman pan.
Butter pan and cover.
Place dough in pan, let rise until the bread reaches the top of the pan.
Bake at 400 degrees, turning frequently until beautifully crusted. The bread should ring hollow when tapped. Probably 40 to 50 minutes.
This recipe is a tried and true combination of many sources. The recipe will properly fill one Pullman Pan.
It's a good idea to make one Pullman Sandwich loaf per week. This will provide you with bread for grilled cheese and other sandwiches. One loaf of bread is not enough for a week -- but free-formed loaves or French Bread will fill in the gaps.Bob's Red Mill Potato Flour, 24-Ounce Packages (Pack of 4)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This pan is amazing, it's heavy and nothing sticks. I made a banana nut bread in it today, and it turned out perfectly. It's good quality, and I'm so glad I bought it.Published 15 days ago by D. Jones
I bought this as a gift for my mom. She freaked out! It is so much thicker and durable than anything else on the market. She will enjoy the long large loaf that this will make.Published 28 days ago by Joel Daniels
This pan is heavy duty! I misread that it was a 1.5lb loaf pan and made a recipe for a 2lb loaf and baked it nonethewiser. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Meredith Y
What can I say, it's a bread pan. Very well constructed and durable materials. I've had this thing for years and it still looks brand new. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott
Great bread pan. Even baking and perfectly non-stick with a little greasing or dusting. Make sure you use recipes for 2 loaves and put it all into this one pan for one long loaf. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is my second bread pan, and I testbaked today. My bread turned out really beautiful.
My last pan was 1.5 lb loaf, and I got 2 lb loaf pan this time. Read more
I purchased this pan with some trepidation for making Danish rye bread. I knew that the Eva non-stick pan was the pan of choice, but it is so expensive. Read morePublished 4 months ago by karen
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