See also: https://www.instructables.com/id/Our-food-instructables/
Step 1: Whats Needed;
1 - cup flour (plus extra for dusting) all purpose is fine, but I used wheat flour.
2 - teaspoons oil, lard, or freshly cooked grease (aka from turkey bacon)
1 - pinch salt
1/3+ - cup hot or tepid water
1 - teaspoon baking powder (optional)
1 - heavy duty frying pan.
1 - oven or camp fire
1 - spatula (unless you know how to flip what is in a pan)
1 - mixing bowl
1 - heavy duty spoon
1 - rolling pin (or tortilla maker if you have one)
2 - large sheets of foil
Step 2: Making It.
Give the dough ball a few minutes to rest.
On one sheet of foil dust with flour.
Pat each ball gently so they are a thick disk. then roll out each one in a circle as far and as evenly as you can. Thinner is better, They do not have to be perfect. It adds to the rustic look.
Next, heat your DRY (AKA NO grease or oil) skillet or testo over a fairly brisk flame until it is hot -- a drop of water should dance merrily on the surface -- and drop your first piadina onto it.
Let it sit for about a minute till the bottom is cooked and has brown marks.
Flip and let cook for thirty seconds.
Flip again and let cook for about 30 seconds.
Remove from pan and put on a heat safe plate. Cover extra piadini with foil shiny face down.
Note: if the sides curl up, you can flatten it after you flip it. If you let the piadina cook to long they will become crackers.
Step 3: Fun Part.