Piadina with cooked ham, stracciatella, pesto and tomato

Made with Prosciutto Cotto ·
Execution time
40 min


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<li>250 g all-purpose flour</li>
<li>125 g water</li>
<li>40 g extra virgin olive oil</li>
<li>1/2 sachet of instant yeast for savour pies (7 g)</li>
<li>as required Table salt</li>
<li><strong>1 pack of CASA MODENA  COOKED HAM</strong></li>
<li>150 g Squacquerone cheese</li>
<li>2 beefsteak tomatoes</li>
<li>3 spoons of basil pesto</li>
<li>as required Extra virgin olive oil</li>
<li>Salt as required</li>
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For 3 Italian flatbreads:

  • 250 g all-purpose flour
  • 125 g water
  • 40 g extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 sachet of instant yeast for savour pies (7 g)
  • as required Table salt


  • 150 g Squacquerone cheese
  • 2 beefsteak tomatoes
  • 3 spoons of basil pesto
  • as required Extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt as required


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Pour the water, olive oil and salt into a bowl and start mixing. Add the flour a
little at a time and mix, first in the bowl and then, when the dough becomes
firmer, on the work surface.


Work in the yeast and knead until it forms a smooth and even dough. Let it sit for about 20 minutes, covered by the bowl.


After the time has expired, divide the dough into 3 pieces and shape into balls. Roll out the balls with a rolling pin and flour to obtain flat circles with a thickness of 2-3 millimetres.


Heat a non-stick pan on the stove, when it is hot, start cooking the flatbreads one at a time for a couple of minutes on each side. While cooking, pierce the surface with a fork.


In the meantime, wash and cut the tomatoes into rounds, season with salt and oil and put to one side.


Once the flatbreads are cooked, fill them by spreading the pesto mixture onto one half of the flatbread, plus a spoonful of stracchino, 3 slices of tomato and slices of Gran Tenerone cooked ham. Serve while hot.