28 July 2011

PIADINA

Ingredients:
500 grams plain flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
100 ml olive oil
200 ml warm water


Place the flour, baking soda, salt and olive oil in a large bowl. Gradually add the water stirring constantly until a soft dough forms. Turn out on to a lightly floured surface and knead until the dough becomes smooth and shiny. Divide into 8 equal pieces, loosely cover with lightly oiled cling film and allow the dough to rest for about 30 minutes.
Preheat a non-stick skillet over high heat. Pleace each dough piece on a well floured surface, flatten and roll out to about 2-3 mm thickness, then take a fork and prick it all over. Place the dough in the centre of the pan and press it down gently. Cook for 2 minutes or until the dough is crisp, then flip and cook on the other side. Repeat with the rest of the dough pieces. Yields 8 piadinas.

12 comments:

  1. Draga Tina, imam jednu molbicu :) Na svom blogu bi četvrtkom htjela promovirati neke food blogove, zapravo ukomponirati ih u svoje tekstove o zdravijoj i različitoj prehrani i onda dodati prijedloge recepata s nekog drugog bloga, naravno s linkom na taj blog. Kontaktirala sam par najdražih blogova, a kako si i ti jedna od tih, evo me i kod tebe :) pa eto da te pitam, smijem li koji tjedan upotrijebiti neke tvoje recepte? :)
    Moja ideja je bila da stavim sliku jela i kad se klikne na sliku onda se prebaci na tvoj blog i na tvoj recept.
    Javi ako imam tvoje dopuštenje :)

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  2. Naravno, Marina, bila bi mi velika čast :)
    Hvala veliko na poverenju :)

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  3. Thank you so much for taking part in this months challenge. Your filling looks great. I'm looking up recipes for pitara now, I'm intrigued.

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  4. Thank you, Alex :)
    My Grandmother still makes them out of plain flour, water and a tiny bit of baking powder (or baking soda, whichever she has at the moment) and bakes them on one of those wooden stoves :)
    I can't find anything through Google search, so I'll give her a call and pop by your blog to give you the precise recipe :)

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  5. these look so beautiful!... I love what's in them too... perfect lunchtime treat!

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  6. Oh this looks lovely! Just when I think I've heard of every type of flatbread - a new one like this pops up and surprises me =)

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  7. Thank you for taking part this month. These look delicious and love the sound of your filling.

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  8. I love the colour you've managed to get on your piadina.

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  9. The oozing cheese peeping out from the bread looks really inviting.

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  10. Thanks, girls, it was my pleasure to participate and to make the Piadina :)
    I love cheese in general, so it's almost always my filling of choice :))

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  11. These sound really delicious and I like the spinach, garlic, ricotta with nutmeg version. Your photo is soo appetizing.

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