Cooking in the Bali Wood-Fired Oven

We love cooking all kinds of dishes in wood-fired ovens! Along with making some of the best pizza and bread; cooks can also roast meats and vegetables, make hearty stocks, delicious pots of beans, your family’s favorite pies, grill, sauté, dehydrate and so much more.

Here are some photos and videos of a recent trip back to Bali to cook in a wood-fired oven which we built in 2012. The first collection of images are of a party we cooked for on New Year’s Eve. The second collection of images are of a family pizza night, where we prep ingredients in the wood-fired oven, make pizza, dessert and utilize the residual heat (and left over pizza dough!) to cook cinnamon rolls the next morning.

New Year’s Dinner in the Wood-Fired Oven

Photos from our New Year’s Eve celebration! Mary Jane made paella on the wood-fired cookstove and we all teamed up for calamari, pork chops, bok choy and prawns in the WFO!

Ingredient Prep & Pizza Party

Here we are prepping ingredients such as roasting peppers for a pizza topping and corn for a salad, tasty pizzas, chocolate chip cookies and cinnamon rolls made the next morning with residual heat in the WFO.

For more info on the construction of the oven featured here, check out our post- Bali Wood-Fired Oven.
Also, for more info on building an oven… Learn to Build Your Own Earth Oven!

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  1. Avatar for max max says:

    Hi all! Got any questions about the processes of cooking in a wood-fired oven or the dishes shown above? Just click on the forum link above and add your comments.

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    Thanks for the heads up Jane. We’re still working on the interaction between the content on our website and the forum posts… there should be images on the forum side. We’ll be working on it. This is a great way for their to be more exchange and back and forth with what is posted.

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