Pinsa is a style of hand-pressed pizza dough in a distinctive oval shape which has been a part of Roman artisan baking and cooking for over 100 years. The name Pinsa is derived from the term “pinsere” which means “push the dough by hand” in Latin. The dough is made from a combination of soy, rice and wheat flour which makes the Pinsa a much healthier alternative to traditional pizza or bread.
Store in the fridge at a temperature between 0 C and 4 C. Once opened, the product should be stored in fridge (+4 C)and consumed within 24 hours. Produced Italy. To be consumed aftercooking.
How to prepare it: unwrap, choose your ingredients and bake in a preheated oven at 240 C cook for 5-8 minutes. The cooking time may vary according to the toppingchosen.