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Piadine - Cheap OS meal

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  • thriftlady_2
    thriftlady_2 Posts: 9,128 Forumite
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    Thanks :) No, I didn't use strong flour - I assumed because it wasn't yeasted I could get away with plain (cheaper !) -I must admit a bit more kneading would have made them a touch easier to roll out ;)
  • PenL
    PenL Posts: 8 Forumite
    try warm with butter and a sprinkle of sugar.nice treat for kids .
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  • dannahaz
    dannahaz Posts: 1,068 Forumite
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    Thank you so much for this recipe HIT. We've just had chicken fajitas for dinner, using Piadines as the wraps.

    Yum!
  • slonik
    slonik Posts: 132 Forumite
    We had these last night. I put a cooked piadine out flat in a dish, then put a layer of filling (vegetable ratatouille type stuff), then another piadine, etc. Topped with grated cheese and stuck in over for a few mins to melt. Made a very nice layered "cake". Thank you for the recipe!
    (Though I must admit I found the rolling out the pancakes bit a bit of a hassle.)
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  • Lizzieanne
    Lizzieanne Posts: 476 Forumite
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    thriftlady wrote: »
    There really is no point using a breadmaker:) All it will do is mix the flour, water and oil together. This isn't a yeasted bread after all. Just bung the ingredients in a bowl mix together, knead for a bit and leave to rest. I would imagine it is much quicker to do it by hand.

    I still haven't got around to making these. Perhaps I'll conduct an experiment and make one lot by hand and another lot in the breadmaker!
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  • fizzel81
    fizzel81 Posts: 1,623 Forumite
    ummmm these look so nice, dont have a breadmaker but may give them a go tonight when kids are in bed, can i store in the fridge to cook and use tomorrow?
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  • thriftlady_2
    thriftlady_2 Posts: 9,128 Forumite
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    According to Rose Prince in The New English Kitchen bread dough is much easier to roll thinly if it has been refrigerated, so, yes, I should think storing the dough in the fridge would be a good idea ;)
  • lynzpower
    lynzpower Posts: 25,311 Forumite
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    oooh just spotted this ! they look fantastic!

    as an aside Im seeing lots of mentions of taleggio here *drooooooooools*

    Does anyone know where i can get some , my freind gave me some for the first time that she got fdrom work the other day and it was glorious. I dont normally like cheese, but taleggio was amazing. I can only find one supplier that does it 1.9kilos. I dont think I should buy that or Ill scoff it in one sitting!!!!
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  • EthelBloggs
    EthelBloggs Posts: 2,740 Forumite
    my mum makes this... she calls it pizza fritta tho (she's italian)
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  • scotgirl
    scotgirl Posts: 805 Forumite
    Sorry for posting on this thread so late but I have been looking forward to trying these. They were very nice but I think I made them too thick as they wouldn't roll so I stacked too together with mozzerella, salami and courgette inside - yum!

    I will keep practicing - thanks to the OP.
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