The gluten-free calzone, baked or fried, will delight all guests during your gluten-free dinner.
The calzone is a classic of the Apulian tradition that you absolutely must taste before leaving the heel of Italy. A very nice crescent that hides a stringy heart of mozzarella and tomato that, fried or baked, will accompany delicious dinners with friends. This time, however, we will also satisfy celiacs with the recipe for gluten-free calzone, without losing all the taste of the original product. To be filled with your favorite condiments, it will be quick and easy to prepare.
Let’s not waste time, let’s go and prepare them right away!
Preparation of the recipe for the stuffed gluten-free calzone
- Melt the brewer’s yeast in a bowl with a little water.
- Pour in the flour gradually and add the remaining water and a pinch of salt, stirring vigorously until you get a sticky dough.
- Cover the dough in the bowl with cling film and let it rise for two hours.
- Take the dough and re-mix it on a floured work surface. Form a salami and divide it into six pieces .
- Roll out each piece with a rolling pin and stuff with tomato, oregano, mozzarella and a drizzle of oil, leaving the edges clean .
- Close in a crescent and seal the edges with your fingers and then with a fork.
- Transfer the calzoni to a baking sheet with parchment paper and delicately season the surface with a brush of tomato sauce.
- Bake in the oven at 200 ° C for about 30 minutes , and here are your warm and stringy trousers!
If you have a planetary mixer it will be less tiring to prepare the dough for the gluten free calzone. If not… elbow grease!
Variations and recommendations of gluten-free baked calzone
For an even more aromatic flavor, prepare the tomato sauce with basil, oregano, a pinch of salt and a drizzle of oil, and blend lightly with an immersion mixer. Fill the calzone with ham, salami, pitted olives, mushrooms or any ingredient that could make your dinner super appetizing. Alternatively, try the gluten-free fried calzone recipe: arm yourself with seed oil for frying!
As an alternative to simple gluten-free flour, we recommend using a mix for bread or pizza, paying attention to the amount of water required. You can try using “Le Farine Magiche” bread flour.
We do not recommend heating trousers as they may lose their fragrance . However, you can freeze the dough before rolling it out.
If you don’t have gluten problems, try the traditional Apulian fried panzerotti !
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