Flour your working surface and flip the bowl over it to let your dough out.
Stretch the dough out into a flat square shape
Fold the corners of the dough towards the center, like an envelope.
Flip the dough over so the folds are on the bottom side.
Roll the dough between your hands (without turning the dough upside down) to tighten the gluten net and make a round shape. Don't worry if the shape is not perfect, you will have good bread anyways.
take one sheet of greaseproof paper and lift your dough onto it.
grab the four corners of the greaseproof paper and lift it back into the bowl and cover it.
Now turn on your oven to maximum heat and let the dough sit for 1 hour and 30 minutes to rest.
About one hour before you are going to bake, pop your iron pot into the oven.
Open the oven and take out the hot pot. Place this side by side with the dough and take the lid of the pot. Now make sure that you use mittens for this, your pot is blistering warm.
Now grab those four corners of your backing paper and lift the sheet with the dough from your bowl and over to the iron pot.
Take a small clunk of water (1/4 DL) and pour it into the pot before you close the lid. Now, set the whole bowl back into the oven and let it bake for 30 minutes.
Then take the lid off and let it brown for another 15 minutes. But this time turn the heat down to 200 degrees Celsius.
Now when the bread is baked and you have the crust you want you to take the bread out and let it cool before you try it. Yep, I know it's hard but it will stay moist and juicy for a lot longer if you let it. Enjoy!