It’s no secret that paisanes are a huge hit in Italy, and that’s because the dough is just as tasty as the dough used in most pizza ovens.
But this is the first time you’ll be able to make your own paisana pizza in just one hour.
Here’s how it’s done.
Mix together all the ingredients in a large bowl, except for flour and water, which you’ll want to keep out of the pan.
Put all the dough ingredients into a small bowl.
Mix it up, keeping in mind that there will be some gluten, which will add a bit of sweetness to your dough.
Roll out your dough, about 1/4 inch thick, about the size of a tennis ball.
When you’ve made the dough, you’ll need to roll it out to about a quarter-inch thick and shape it into a ball.
Heat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Using a pizza stone or pizza cutter, shape the dough into a log about 1-inch wide and about 4-inches long.
Put it on a baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes.
You’ll notice that the pizza has become a little lighter in color and a little more crispy on the edges.
The next time you’re ready to make it, you can start with the dough that’s already in the pan and roll it up again, just like you did before.
When the dough has cooled a little bit, take it out of heat, transfer it to a bowl, and let it cool completely.
Use the pizza stone to slice it up into 8 equal portions.
You can keep the slices in a separate container in the fridge, but they’ll get softer as they cool.
When it’s time to eat, you’re going to want to use the slices to make a sandwich, like paisanas or fettuccine.
If you want to make them even more appetizing, you could also make them into pizzas.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this guide to making paisane pizza.
If not, you may be interested in these tips for making great paisani recipes.