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Piadine - Cheap OS meal

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  • Tashja
    Tashja Posts: 1,214 Forumite
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    A lovely person posted arecipe for something called "Piadore" or something.

    They were Italian tortilla type things :o

    I can't find the link and wanted to make them for tea tonight because my little boy has friends around for tea - can anyone help.

    T xx
  • purpleivy
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    posted a thread about tortillas a day or two ago and it was joined to an older thread.
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  • Pink.
    Pink. Posts: 17,675 Forumite
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    Hi Tashja,

    I've added your thread to the piadine thread and here's a link to the thread that purpleivy mentioned: Tortilla wraps - how to make

    Pink
  • Tashja
    Tashja Posts: 1,214 Forumite
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    Thank you !!!

    Off to start cooking now.

    Nathan has friends for tea tonight so going to makethese and put bowls of fillings on the table so the kids can pick what they like !!!

    T xx
  • Penelope_Penguin
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    Just come back from the Italian dolomites. As thriftlady has already said, piadina is the singular and piadine the plural.

    We had piadine for pudding one night :j They were filled with a chocolate sauce made with Nutella, and a dollop of mascarpone on top :drool: :drool:

    Penny. x
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  • HappyIdiotTalk
    HappyIdiotTalk Posts: 1,443 Forumite
    We had something similar for the millennium cellebrations when we were there to see in 2000. Italian Nutella is actually much nicer than english, if you try them side by side the Italian is by far the nicer tasting spread.
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  • AussieLass
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    Just come back from the Italian dolomites. As thriftlady has already said, piadina is the singular and piadine the plural.

    We had piadine for pudding one night :j They were filled with a chocolate sauce made with Nutella, and a dollop of mascarpone on top :drool: :drool:

    Penny. x

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  • JillD_2
    JillD_2 Posts: 1,773 Forumite
    I have come back to this thread several times over the last couple of years and kept thinking I should make them but never got around to it, but finally tonight I made piadine for the first time - and they were absolutely scrumptious :)
    I was highly dubious to be hinest, and didnt have time to use the BM so I just did it by hand. My kneading is a bit rubbish and the dough looked a bit lumpy and bumpy but it didn't seem to make a difference. I rolled them out as thin as they would go so they ended up abotu 6 inches in diameter.

    Even fuss pot Mr Jill said they were delish, and we both agreed they were better than tortilla wraps. We used them with veggie fajita mix. I love the sound of the nutella and mascarpone - :p

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  • zippychick
    zippychick Posts: 9,364 Forumite
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    Has anyone made these and how do they go when cool? I tried making tortillas yesterday and er well, they um didn't work out too well.
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  • HappyIdiotTalk
    HappyIdiotTalk Posts: 1,443 Forumite
    Never tried them cool to be honest. I'm one of those people that likes food hot. I always warm the plates in the microwave and eat my meal quickly before it can go cold. So I'm not sure what they'd be like cool, the idea doesn't sound very appealing to me, but they could be alright if you like that sort of thing, I suppose its just another type of bread.
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