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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #380 on: February 25, 2021, 01:39:49 AM »
Teglia Romana and Sourdough are two different  worlds . A sourdough biga is useless  technix. If you want obtain a good result with Teglia Romana use fresh yeast or Spontaneous fermentations

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« Reply #381 on: February 25, 2021, 11:46:28 AM »
You are right MadHen... In this moment I have a lots of work committente to lead.
I make teglia Romana every day for my pizzeria but i can't post on pizza making. You can follow me on Facebook or instagram for my last Pizze, but don't bother asking me anything here on pizzamaking and I'll try to answer you

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« Reply #382 on: February 25, 2021, 12:22:54 PM »
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #383 on: March 14, 2021, 05:39:17 PM »
Hey,
couldn't find any information regarding it in the thread.

Can you make great al taglio in conveyor oven? If so, how would you adjust the dough recipe so it doesn't dry out too much?
what else should i look out for ?

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« Reply #384 on: March 14, 2021, 07:08:59 PM »
Hey,
couldn't find any information regarding it in the thread.

Can you make great al taglio in conveyor oven? If so, how would you adjust the dough recipe so it doesn't dry out too much?
what else should i look out for ?
Massimilliano Saieva made this in a conveyor oven, so itís definitely possible
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #385 on: May 27, 2021, 02:50:45 AM »
Remember that Teglia Romana must always be heated before being served.  So you have to bake it completely like the other Kind of Teglia, but the final heating is the real important point

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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #386 on: June 01, 2021, 02:35:38 PM »
Hello All - big fan of this thread!

I have been trying to work on my Pizza Bianca and Pizza Rossa lately. During my bakes with just salt and EVOO, I often times get balloons where my dough will almost pita from the water vapor. If I par bake with a small amount of sauce, this will not happen as much. I have attached some pictures below. One is where the balloon happens in the middle, the other is the end of the dough, which I love

75% mix of King Arthur APF (11.7% Protein) and King Arthur Bread Flour (12.7% Protein)
25% Molini Del Ponte Semola Rimacinata
75% HL
0.20% IDY
2.00% Salt

Autolyse for 30min, handmix for 15min, 3 stretch and folds every 15 minutes, let sit out for an hour - then into the fridge for 48hr - take out of fridge for 4 hours - Ball for 2 hours - shape and bake on the top rack of my electric oven for 10 min.

Some questions

1.) Should I add EVOO to my dough? I am a breadmaker and usually like to stick to just Flour, Water, Salt and Yeast - but maybe I need to add some EVOO to my recipe?
2.) Should I move to bottom rack? I did some testing and this ballooning did not happen as much on the bottom rack, so heat distribution could be causing some issues.
3.) Should I dock my dough down before baking? I want an airy open crumb structure which is why I have never done this.
4.) Should I use stronger wheat flour then what I am using?
5.) Should I shape right when I take out of fridge, and then let sit, which is what a lot of people prefer to do here it seems

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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #387 on: June 01, 2021, 04:55:33 PM »
A lot of people would be very happy with that result (the alveoli).

I have only baked this style infrequently, so I don't know all that much about the process..!

When I see "pita" happening I poke a hole in the bubble, that seems to stop it from getting too big.  Maybe the dough is nearly over ripe and a bit less fermentation would help.

Is it possible that you "packed" the dough in at different densities?  I've found this processes most vexing :)

I was taught to form the final panetto relatively quickly after getting it out of the fridge.  Then leave it for 4 hours to relax, stretch, into the pan (or onto the peel), and into the oven.

While stretching, it's good to dimple it with the finger tips, that helps the dough to hang together a bit better, but it's a compromise of losing gas and having it hold together.

Regarding heat, I was taught that the most important heat is from below, of course it has to be balanced so that the top and the bottom come out as desired.

A tip, don't count the folds, just do them until the dough takes shape and gets a skin.  If I make a no-knead dough, a dough in my kitchen aid, or in my spiral mixer, they all turn out very different and need different handling and a different amount of folding.
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #388 on: June 01, 2021, 07:17:20 PM »
Hello All - big fan of this thread!

I have been trying to work on my Pizza Bianca and Pizza Rossa lately. During my bakes with just salt and EVOO, I often times get balloons where my dough will almost pita from the water vapor. If I par bake with a small amount of sauce, this will not happen as much. I have attached some pictures below. One is where the balloon happens in the middle, the other is the end of the dough, which I love

75% mix of King Arthur APF (11.7% Protein) and King Arthur Bread Flour (12.7% Protein)
25% Molini Del Ponte Semola Rimacinata
75% HL
0.20% IDY
2.00% Salt

Autolyse for 30min, handmix for 15min, 3 stretch and folds every 15 minutes, let sit out for an hour - then into the fridge for 48hr - take out of fridge for 4 hours - Ball for 2 hours - shape and bake on the top rack of my electric oven for 10 min.

Some questions

1.) Should I add EVOO to my dough? I am a breadmaker and usually like to stick to just Flour, Water, Salt and Yeast - but maybe I need to add some EVOO to my recipe?
2.) Should I move to bottom rack? I did some testing and this ballooning did not happen as much on the bottom rack, so heat distribution could be causing some issues.
3.) Should I dock my dough down before baking? I want an airy open crumb structure which is why I have never done this.
4.) Should I use stronger wheat flour then what I am using?
5.) Should I shape right when I take out of fridge, and then let sit, which is what a lot of people prefer to do here it seems
Try my original recipe with 2% Evo.
Analizying structure in your Photos i understand that you need more power in bottom side of the oven.  The real function of Evo is give more facility to re-heat the pizza.
The balloons in the middle of pan is a stretching problem.
When you will bake Pizza bianca without balloons mean your stretching technic is right

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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #389 on: June 01, 2021, 07:42:47 PM »
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #390 on: June 03, 2021, 01:46:09 PM »
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How does one stretch/dimple this dough correctly so the dough rises evenly without large bubbles?

Hah, with a lot of practice!  Or if you find out the secrets please let me know.

It might also be that the state of the dough has an influence (fermentation, gluten strength, etc)!
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #391 on: June 06, 2021, 04:05:18 AM »
Test personalized strong flour ( in italy dust 0 W340 P/L 60)
70% New Flour
20% Mix infibra Tipo1 w340,
80% hydros
0,7% fresh yeast
2% Evo
2,5% Salt
48h(45CF+3RT)

First test with EVO and Cipro Salt
Second Test with Mozzarella and Sage (to simulate ingredients)

Good Taste, but i need to change some stats. In mix i see some problems.

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Hi Stefano! What temperature do you parbake in and how long? And then what temperature do you do your final bake in and how long?

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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #392 on: June 07, 2021, 03:03:01 PM »
Maybe some light pricking with a fork too.
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #393 on: June 08, 2021, 01:55:24 PM »
I'm kind of loath to give advice as I'm not very good at this style..

However a couple of thoughts.

I was wondering if you don't get too much heat from above.  I was taught that this kind of pizza requires heat from below and not so much from above.  If the top bakes/sets too fast there would be nowhere for the water vapor to go, and I suspect the ballooning is the result.

I also think pala is a bit harder than in teglia, maybe start with in teglia until you have mastered that.  Same dough, same procedure, just a bit less stress and more control.

I also seem to understand that it's very important to distribute the dough correctly, both when you open the panetto as well as after moving it into the pan or onto the peel.  It needs to be nice and even, no places that are much thicker than others.  This part is really important, especially once it's on the peel or in the pan.

Regarding dough it needs to have a lot of what the Italians call corda (rope, but I think better thought of as gluten development in English).  If you use a double hydration technique with a spiral mixer it's quite easy to produce a dough that needs little folding and that holds up well.  If you have a lesser mixer or do a no knead dough it will need a lot of folding.  It's kind of hard to give it enough strength but it can be done.  The final dough should be dry and solid to the touch.

A typical workflow would be using a strong 00/0 flour (W 300-380), about 80% hydration, 2.5% salt and 2% EVO, yeast as much as is required.

Dough weight in grams can be found by dividing the area of the pizza (in cm2) by 2, +-20%.  So a 30x40cm pizza would need 30x40/2=600g, so 600g would be ideal but 480g to 720g would be acceptable.

Make a strong dough, bulk refrigerate it for 24 to 72 hours, take it out of the fridge and form the panetti, leave them at RT for 3-4 hours, then open them up and bake.

Temperature around 300-320C on the floor and maybe 200C from above.  At this point if you do see ballooning, don't hesitate to poke a hole in it, it will let the vapor escape and the pizza will be the better for it!

It also seems to help to smear some oil or oil/water emulsion on top of the white pizza before baking it.

I hope this is helpful, like I said I'm not very good at it, but I have taken some courses and some of the information comes from what is called the APITER., a codification that the Confraternita della Pizza made of this pizza style a few years ago.

https://laconfraternitadellapizza.forumfree.it/?act=Attach&type=post&id=593039003

Edit: Corrected the link.
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #394 on: June 11, 2021, 11:56:24 PM »
I've also had this issue a few times when making Pinsa Romana/Pizza in Pala. One of the most common causes is if you bake the pizza completely blind, forgetting to drizzle a good amount of olive oil on the top before the bake. With nothing to hold down the top layer of dough, you can often get massive bubbles. A second reason is the distribution of air during the dimpling - but I can't advise much as I haven't mastered this yet - that's the hardest part IMHO. My understanding is that you dimple the sides first and then go through the center and repeat 1-2 times. I've never had to puncture the dough with a bench scraper. 
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #395 on: June 12, 2021, 08:52:15 PM »
I was having a similar problem with the dough ballooning when I parbaked it. Iíve been using less tension when I ball the dough and Iíve been storing the balls in a dough container instead of a small container and I havenít had issues since. When I make sandwiches I usually just do it how people make pizza farcita and stretch out two doughs thin and cook them on top of each other
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #396 on: June 25, 2021, 04:50:18 PM »
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #397 on: June 25, 2021, 10:04:05 PM »
Great results Stefano!

What are your thoughts about P134H 509C vs P134HA 509C for making only pizza (Napoletana, Canotto, Pinsa, Teglia) and not bread? Would the P134H be better or they are equivalent? Thanks!
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #398 on: June 26, 2021, 02:07:04 AM »
Great results Stefano!

What are your thoughts about P134H 509C vs P134HA 509C for making only pizza (Napoletana, Canotto, Pinsa, Teglia) and not bread? Would the P134H be better or they are equivalent? Thanks!
Thanks Doouball. These two models works similar but model H is best builded for pizza while HA is a complete oven for bread and Pizza making.Just a matter of necessity
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Re: Pizza alla Romana
« Reply #399 on: June 26, 2021, 11:40:58 AM »
Thanks Doouball. These two models works similar with but model H is best buildef for pizza while HA is a complete oven for bread and Pizza making.Just a matter of necessity

Thanks!
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