BAKE TRADITIONAL RUSSIAN KALACH WITH OVENS BASSANINA
Electric deck oven and steam pipes deck oven
Over the centuries, Russia has always been a trustful lover of rye black bread, known as bread borodinsky.
White wheat bread started to gain popularity only by the end of 20th Century and, according to public opinion, at the beginning it was considered a symbol of wealth and prosperity that had to be baked only for special events and ceremonies.
One of the most popular Russian white bread is called kalach, made of wheat flour and characterized by its round shape. The name “kalach” derives in fact by the Old Slavic word “kolo” meaning "circle", "wheel". Kalach’s shape is not regular: one side is thinner than the other because, they say, that the thinner part was used as a "handle", so it could be eaten even by workers who had no time to wash their hands.
Bake kalach with Bassanina electric deck ovens or steam pipes deck ovens. Try the steam pipes technology: thanks to the firm floor-base, homogenous and gentle baking our ovens are suitable for large-size bread that rises with perfect fragrance and softness.