June 9, 2017 — Italian
What’s the difference between a flatbread and a pizza base? Not a lot. Flatbreads can be made with or without yeast and cooked in a pan or the oven. My recipe uses yeast and the cooking is done on a pizza stone in a hot oven. They make great flatbreads – and pizzas.
If the preparation of dough balls can be organised in advance, making pizzas at home with children would be great fun.
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For the flatbreads:
Makes 4 – 6 flatbreads or small pizza bases
150g strong white bread flour
150g ’00’ white flour
1 tsp yeast
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbs olive oil
200ml warm water
Semolina – for baking flatbreads in oven
For the toppings:
Choose from what’s at hand…
Tomatoes (sliced or as puree)
Salt and pepper
Plastic or metal scrapper or stout spatula
Pizza stone (alternatively, use a normal baking tray, or upturned large cast iron pan)
Peel (wooden/metal sheet for moving pizzas in and out of oven, alternatively use a baking sheet with flat edge, or spatulas)
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