Historic Grain Sourdough Tellegio and Bosc Pear Pizza from scratch

For the Starter (Make time-5-7 days for an lively starter)

Tellegio and Bosc Pear Pizza STARTER

  • 100 G water
  • 100 G Baking Flour (50 g white bakers’ flour, 50 g rye flour)
  1. Combine the flour and water in a bowl and canopy with cheese fabric, a kitchen towel to maintain from crusting over. This combine could have the consistency of thick pancake batter.
  2. For two-3 days preserve watch because the yeast begins to feed.
  3. Bubbles and a small “raise” will happen. When this occurs, it’s time to begin feeding.
  4. Discard 50 g of the starter and put it in a brand new bowl then add 100 g water and 100 g flour and blend once more to the remaining 50 g starter. Stir once more and canopy at room temperature.
  5. Proceed to feed the starter (utilizing the above recipe) on the identical time every day after a number of days. The odor will change from bitter to candy like yogurt. In a number of days to per week the rise and fall will likely be predictable.
  6. A number of days earlier than baking, begin feeding the starter twice a day to extend fermentation. Now it’s time to make the leaven that may rise the ultimate combine dough.




For the Leaven

Tellegio and Bosc Pear Pizza LEAVEN

  • 1 tablespoon (roughly 25 grams) mature starter (above)
  • 100 G Rye Flour
  • 100 G Bakers Flour
  • 200 G Heat water
  1. Combine with a spoon and let relaxation lined for 4-6 hours at room temperature.
  2. Take a look at the leaven by placing a small dollop in a bowl of room temperature water. If it floats, it’s prepared for the ultimate combine. If the leaven sinks, it’ll want extra time to ripen. If it nonetheless doesn’t float or look prepared, begin throughout or re-feed with the mature starter and use somewhat extra, probably 2 tablespoons.
  3. This leaven will likely be your everlasting starter if you want. For those who retailer this leaven within the fridge, add extra dry flour to it to make a agency paste. It will preserve the acid from build up. To refresh, observe the leaven feeding schedule for a number of days.





For the Fermentation

Tellegio and Bosc Pear Pizza FERMENTATION

  • 800 G room temperature water
  • 160 G Leaven
  • 60 G Wheat Germ
  • 450 G Bread flour
  • 225 G Rouge de Bordeaux
  • 225 G Einkorn
  • 22.5 G advantageous sea salt
  1. Bulk Fermentation Combine: Pour all of the water in a big Pyrex or steel bowl with the Levain and blend together with your hand to interrupt up the levain. Pour the flour combine and wheat germ within the bowl and blend properly with a spoon.
  2. Depart this to autolyze for 4 hours lined at room temperature. It is going to rise noticeably however not doubled.
  3. Last Combine: After 4 hours, add the salt as you knead the dough with moist fingers folding the dough upon itself. Flip the bowl round after every fold being certain to not “de-gas” the dough- (you need the gasses which have already built-up taste.) Fold and press down roughly 20 instances to get a good gluten construction and distribute the salt.
  4. Cowl and let sit at room temperature for 3 hours to rise once more.
  5. After 3 hours, cowl with plastic wrap and switch to the fridge at 34 levels in a single day or refrigerate for as much as 10 hours.
  6. Reducing and Forming: (Word: if this have been for a loaf of bread, this could be one other fold stage, however as a result of it’s pizza dough it is going to be folded and shaped into 4 dough balls.)
  7. Within the morning deliver the bowl out of the fridge. Now it is best to see the dough risen significantly and the dough urgent in opposition to the plastic wrap.
  8. Hold lined at room temperature for 1 hour.
  9. After the hour, calmly flour the counter with Rouge de Bordeaux and, utilizing a plastic dough scraper, flip the bowl on its facet and gently pour the dough on the floured desk.
  10. Gently minimize the dough in quarters and weigh every quarter to 450 grams. You might have just a bit left over.
  11. With floured arms, gently fold and knead every dough ball by urgent your fingers beneath whereas pulling on the gluten web on high. Every dough ball ought to have a good high with no tears to the gluten. If the dough is just too sticky, dab it within the flour and preserve your arms floured. Light dry contact is the important thing.
  12. Oil a big tray with additional virgin olive oil and switch all 4 balls to it. Evenly oil the highest of the balls and canopy with plastic wrap. Let sit at room temperature for 1-2 hours. You will notice the expansion beginning once more.
  13. Pre-heat the oven to 550 Levels.




For the Taleggio and Bosc Pear Pizza

Historic Grain Sourdough Tellegio and Bosc Pear Pizza from scratch


Recipe kind: pizzas


  • One previous grain dough ball (from above recipe)
  • 150-175 G Taleggio cheese
  • 2 Bosc Pears
  • 2 Tablespoons chopped hazelnuts
  • (Non-obligatory- balsamic glaze or maple syrup)
  1. Gently place the dough ball on a desk lined with any entire wheat dusting. (White flour will flip the cornicione gray.) Gently type a 12-13 inch pizza spherical by urgent your fingers first into the center then utilizing a cupped outer hand to type the rounded crust.
  2. Make certain the crust is coated in flour, so it is not going to stick on a pizza peel.
  3. Flour a pizza peel and switch to the floured peel. Take a look at to see if the pizza will slide. (Choice # 1l: You could place the pizza spherical on a pizza display but when the dough is just too hydrated it’ll stick within the wire mesh. Choice #2, Place the pizza spherical on a baking parchment lined tray.)
  4. Break the Taleggio cheese up into dice-sized items and place them throughout the pizza spherical.
  5. Utilizing a Benriner Japanese mandolin, slice the bosc pears onto the pizza inserting the slices to be atop the cheese with no cheese exhibiting.
  6. Place the pizza into the 550F deck oven for 8-10 minutes till the crust is golden brown.
  7. Convey out of the oven and high with the chopped hazelnuts and optionally available balsamic glaze.



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