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Proportion for 4 large or 8 small pizzas



  • 250g Cornstarch
  • 100g Very fine rice flour 
  • 50g of very fine corn flour
  • 50g Rice starch (or corn starch)
  • 50g Tapioca starch (or potato starch)
  • 30g ANGEL MIX
  • 20g Psillio
  • 12g Fine salt
  • 18g Fresh yeast


  • 440g Cold water
  • 30g Extra virgin olive oil

TO SEASON, to taste:

  • Mozzarella "Fiordilatte"
  • Tomato pulp
  • Fresh basil
  • Grated Parmigiano Reggiano


  • Very fine corn flour or rice flour


Gather all the "Powders" in the mixer bowl and start it at low speed with the hook.

Pour in the "Liquids" and continue to work for about ten minutes, switching to medium-high speed and cleaning - from time to time and with the machine stopped - the sides of the bowl, using a spatula and bringing the mixture back to the centre. Continue to work the dough until you obtain a smooth, homogeneous and firm mixture.

Turn it over onto the work table. Form four balls (or 8 smaller ones or at your discretion) of equal weight and roll them out, using corn or rice flour as a dusting, until you obtain the desired diameter.

If you want to prepare a focaccia, roll out the dough evenly, on the contrary, if you want to prepare a pizza, leave a nice "ledge" of dough at the edges.

Transfer the disc thus obtained onto the baking tray lined with baking paper, grease the surface with oil and cover with a plastic bag, leaving to rise at around 40°C for 60 minutes, or in any case - if the dough is left at environment - up to an abundant doubling.

In the meantime, prepare the topping for the pizza: cut the mozzarella, season the tomato and clean the basil and before the end of leavening, preheat the oven to 210°C.

When the pizza/focaccia has risen well, carefully remove the plastic, grease the entire surface again if preparing a focaccia or just the edges if preparing a pizza and season as desired.

Bake for approximately 13/14 minutes (pay attention to the performance of your oven, cooking times are indicative).

Remove from the oven and finish as desired, for example with extra virgin olive oil and fresh basil leaves!

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