Introduction: Piadizza

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This is a cross between a piadina (sort of a Roman taco) and a pizza  Quick and easy to make.You can not eat just one, but two will surely fill you up/  Once you have tried one, you will never stop making them. They are great for game day. or even a late night snack. There may seem to be a lot of steps, but after you do your first piadizza it will be like second nature.Most italians like to fold their piadina and pizza also.

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Step 1: Ingredients:

1/2 - cup flour
1/4 - cup  water
1 - pinch of salt
1 - Teaspoon cooking oil/oil
1 pinch baking soda
2 - pinches Baking powder.

1 soup can size peeled tomatoes or the equivalent (drained).

Mozzarella cheese
Parmesan cheese

Step 2: Piadina.

IN a bowl mix the piadina ingredients (flour, water, and etc) until you get a ball of dough. if it looks too dry, just keep stirring as you do not need anymore liquid.
Spread out the dough into a circular shape to 1/8 inch or so. Whatever thickness you prefer.
Heat up a frying pan to about medium heat. (NO OIL)
Lay the flattene ddough in the pan. Heat for a minute or so.
Flip the dough to the ohter side. you should see some brown marks. that is good.  Let the other side cook for another minute or so.
Turn the dough one last time ad let sit for half a minute..
Turn off heat and place the piadina in a cake pan.
Set aside for a minute whike you make the sauce.

Step 3: The Sauce.

In the pan you just made the piadina and removed, add a soup can worth of whole peeled and drained whole tomatoes.
Heat the pan to medium or so.
Gently crush the tomatoes so they do not squirt juice everywhere.
Add your spices such as the oregano, basil and etcetera.
Let it cook down so there are no loose juces but still moist. Stir as needed.
Take your sauce and cover the piadina in a thn for full layer.

Note I left the juice in the can. Ooops, but I added cornstarch to thicken it up.

Step 4: Assembling the Piadizza.

over the tomoto sauce, add the cheese and the  mushrooms.
oreheat oven to 6350.
Put cake pan in over fir just long ehough to melt the cheese and meld the flavors.
Remove  from the oven and add the salad and parmesan cheese.

Step 5:

Let cool a bit and then move to a plate,
Time to eat!!

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    7 years ago on Introduction

    That does look good! I would never have thought to try it with salad!