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Pizza and bread

Neapolitan sandwiches

In a planetary mixer pour the flour 0, the Manitoba flour, the lard, the pepper and knead. Add the crumbled brewer's yeast and knead adding water a little. Then add the salt and continue until you get a homogeneous mixture. Flour the bottom of a... more

Soft sausage and stracchino braid

In a planetary mixer insert the flour, the crumbled brewer's yeast, the sugar and mix. Add the milk thinly and continue mixing until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. Then add the salt and continue to mix. Add the oil and mix again. Flour a plan... more

Puccia salentina for kebabs

In a bowl or in a planetary mixer, crumble the yeast with warm water and a pinch of sugar and let it dissolve well. Then add the flour, oil, salt and knead. Once the dough is ready, we create balls of about 150 grams and leave to rise in warm... more

Pizza focaccia

We start crumbling the yeast in a bowl by adding a little warm water and making it dissolve by mixing. Then combine the flour and add the other water and mix again with a ladle. We take the warm milk and we put it together. Then we put salt and oil... more

Stuffed brioche pan - Christmas tree

We start by placing warm milk, sugar and baking powder in a large bowl. Let it dissolve well and add the flour and egg, working in the meantime with your hands. Then add the salt and butter at room temperature and work it all together for about 10... more

Rustic Baba

To start, we slice and cut into cubes all the cold cuts and cheeses we have decided to use and keep them aside. Subsequently we dissolve the yeast in the warm milk and then pour the flour into a large bowl and begin to add the warm milk in which we... more

Soft cheese cake

We start by dissolving the yeast and the sugar in the warm milk. Then put the 6 eggs in the planetary mixer and operate. Then we add the milk to the eggs where we have dissolved the yeast and the olive oil. In a bowl we then add the Manitoba flour,... more

Croissants of Puff Pastry

To make the savory croissants, first prepare the robiola cream: finely chop the parsley and basil, pour them into a bowl together with the robiola and mix to mix the mixture. Now you can take care of the puff pastry: take one of the two rolls and... more

Danube Salt

To prepare the salted danube, start with the dough to be worked directly in the bowl. Pour the flour, crumble the yeast and add sugar, salt and the egg. Finally pour the milk and begin to knead with a fork to collect the ingredients. As soon as the... more

Danube with basil

We start by chopping the fresh basil after washing it well. In a bowl put the yeast, the sugar and mix well until both ingredients are dissolved. After the milk is added at room temperature and 1 whole egg and we mix everything well. Then we take... more

Fried pizza

To prepare fried pizza with mortadella and fiordilatte first let the water run from the tap and when it is fresh take the required dose in the recipe and transfer it to a large bowl. Add the yeast and melt it with your hands. Sift the flour into a... more

Neapolitan sandwiches

In a bowl, pour half a glass of water and half of the milk, the yeast, the sugar, the oil and the flour little by little and begin to knead. Once all the ingredients are compacted, we bring the dough on a work surface and continue to knead with your... more

Mini savory croissants

We start by spreading the pizza dough we prepared earlier with a rolling pin, it must be about 1 cm thick. We can however also use a ready-made one. Then we take the puff pastry and fold it on itself so that it becomes as thick as pizza dough. We... more

Sweet two-colored Danube

In a bowl pour the warm milk and crumble the yeast. Stir to dissolve the yeast well. Then add the sugar, sunflower oil, an egg, a sachet of vanillin and the grated peel of half a lemon. Let's start mixing and add the flour a handful at a time. When... more

Apulian Pettole

We start by pouring the flour into a bowl. Add the mashed potato, sugar and baking powder. We incorporate some of the water and let us help the hands to melt the yeast. Once the yeast has melted, add the other water and start to work it all with... more

Panzerotti fried in Puglia

We start by dissolving the yeast in warm milk. Meanwhile, in a bowl, combine the flour, butter, sugar and mix with your hands. Pour the milk + dissolved yeast and salt and begin to knead. We form a ball and place it in a bowl making dough. Let's put... more


To start, pour the sifted flour into a bowl, make a hole in the flour and pour all the water over, at room temperature. Add the crumbled yeast. To make the zeppole even more tasty, we also add the Parmesan and a pinch of pepper. We begin to mix with... more

Erbazzone - Savory greens pie

In a large bowl, add the flour and salt. Stir. Add the extra virgin olive oil and water and begin mixing with your hands. Add more water, a spoonful at a time, if needed until the mixture becomes homogenous and comes together in a ball. If you press... more

Pizza rustic bouquet

Dissolve yeast in milk, have the flour with salt and sugar pouring in milk and yeast, oil, egg, prepare by a small amount of flour and begin to knead with your hands. When we get a homogeneous mixture, we put it to rest in a container from the... more

The focaccia Messina

To prepare the dough, dissolve in 2 cups of warm water yeast, sugar, oil and salt. Add the liquid to the flour and gradually add more flour to the work until the mixture is smooth and soft, adding water if necessary. Then wrap the dough in a cloth... more

Homemade pizza baking stone

Knead five hundred grams of flour with 600 ml of water for at least 2 minutes, then we cover the batter with kitchen film transparent and let rest for 30 minutes. Then add the yeast, 150 g of flour and continue to knead when the flour is completely... more

Homemade focaccia

Firstly we put the salt to dissolve in warm water, then put them in a large bowl the flour, potatoes, pour over the slightly warm water with salt dissolved by now, there crumble the cube of yeast, knead with your hands all, gradually adding more... more

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