Neapolitan Pizza With Pistachio Pesto and Mortadella
|Dark Wheat Flour||100||100||66.23|
- Dissolve yeast in water.
- Add flour and mix until no lumps left.
- Let the dough proof for 24 hours at room temperature protected from drying out.
Main Dough (59% Hydration)
|laNapoletana from Dallagiovanna||516||100||57.96|
|Tap Water||302 (+10)||58.53||33.92|
|Zechstein Primal Sea Salt||15.23||2.95||1.7|
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Please note that if you use other ingredients than me, that your result will be different, e.g. the workability of the dough.
Method + time protocol
- I diluted the salt in the water and then added 10-20% of the flour. I mixed it until no lumps were left.
- Then I added the biga to the dough and mixed it until it was almost homogeneous.
- I added the remaining flour in several steps. Kneaded the pizza dough until no lumps were left and let it rest for 10 minutes, covered with a damp cloth.
- After that, I stretched and folded the dough every 20 minutes (three times in total)
- First stage: Leavening at 25.5°C/78°F for 2 hours*
- Balled (~215 g each (4 panetti), IMHO perfect size for Roccbox)
- Second stage: Maturation and leavening for 12 hours at 21°C/70°F
- (+48 hours in the fridge(~9°C, +5 hours at room tempt 22°C)**
- Ready to bake!
*I built a climate chamber for sausage fermentation which is not in use right now, so I use it to ferment the dough in a controlled climate.
**This dough had to sit for two additional days in the fridge because I couldn’t get fior di latte yesterday.
- I also keep track of the dough leavening process with a small graduated beaker. I put in 10 ml of dough. You can see here.
- The floor temp was 440-450°C/824-842°F. Bake time was 90 seconds + 5 seconds doming.
- I use a very basic and cheap wooden peel for launching, which I dust with Semola Rimacinata di Grano Duro.
- Mortadella Bologna
- Organic Fior di Latte
- Pistachio pesto
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Pecorino Romano
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil (30g)
- pistachios (20g)
- a few leaves fresh basil (4)
- a tiny bit of coarse black pepper