Are you looking for quick and easy recipes? Try the gluten-free piadina with the Thermomix and your dinners will be safe!
Recipes for celiacs, especially when it comes to dough, have the reputation of being complicated and with results not up to expectations. However, we can guarantee that our gluten-free piadina with the Thermomix (well, we asked the robot for help this time too) is as good as the original . Of course, for the fillings you can use everything you prefer: from the classic rocket and stracchino to simpler flavors such as tomato and mozzarella or ham and cheese.
Choosing to make recipes with the Thermomix, especially if gluten-free, is really a smart move. In a moment your dough will be ready and you won’t have to go crazy to reach the right consistency. In addition to rice flour, you will need buckwheat flour and corn starch . Oil, water and salt, on the other hand, are included in all piadina recipes. Let’s see all the steps together.
How to prepare the recipe for gluten-free piadina with the Thermomix
- Combine all the ingredients in the jug, then rice and buckwheat flour, starch, water, oil and salt and knead for 4 min. Vel. Ear.
- Recover the dough, divide it into four loaves and roll them out with a rolling pin until it reaches a thickness of 2 mm.
- Cook the gluten-free piadina in a non- stick pan for about 2 minutes per side and, once cooked, fill it to taste. If you want to fill the wraps all at once, we advise you to place them one on top of the other and cover them with a clean cloth.
If you don’t have a Thermomix, don’t despair. You can also prepare gluten-free wraps in the traditional way.
We advise you to prepare and consume the gluten-free wraps as soon as possible : in fact, when hot they are much easier to fill and close.
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