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Be a Piadina.

We have 2 different types of Piadina (flatbread) – an authentic dough following the first written recipe from 1371 AD as well as vegan dough option made with extra virgin olive oil. Both are handcrafted right here in Fort Collins at the La Piadina commissary kitchen using organic flour. We make our own stracchino cheese spread, mushroom bechamel, marinara sauce, and pesto.
  1. L’ORIGINALE: prosciutto, stracchino cheese sauce, arugula, extra v. olive oil.

2. COTTO E FUNGHI: ham, stracchino cheese sauce, mushroom béchamel.

3. SALSICCIA: sausage, caramelized onions, stracchino cheese sauce, spicy mayo.

  1. SALAMINO PICCANTE: pepperoni, marinara, fresh mozzarella, spicy e.v.o.

5. L’AMERICANO: ham, stracchino cheese sauce.

6. B.L.IT.ALIANO: bacon, stracchino cheese sauce, tomatoes, arugula, spicy mayo.

7. QUATTRO STAGIONI: ham, pepperoni, marinara, fresh mozzarella, artichoke hearts, spicy olive oil.

8. DANIELE: prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, arugula, basil, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar.

9. IL CACCIATORE: italian salami, stracchino cheese sauce, mushroom béchamel, grilled eggplant, arugula, truffle oil.

10. GENOVESE: pesto, stracchino cheese sauce, tomatoes, arugula.

  1. PIZZA-DINA: marinara, fresh mozzarella, basil, extra virgin olive oil.

12. CARCIOFA: artichoke hearts, mushroom béchamel, stracchino cheese sauce, spicy olive oil.

  1. SANREMESE: pesto, marinara, artichoke hearts, fresh mozzarella, arugula.
  1. MELANZANA: grilled eggplant, mushroom béchamel, stracchino cheese sauce, tomatoes, arugula, truffle oil.

15. CAPRI: fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, e.v. olive oil, balsamic vinegar.

16. VEGANA: marinara, eggplant, artichoke hearts, tomatoes, arugola, e.v.o. oil.

  1. LA GOLOSA: nutella, walnuts, jam (raspberry,apricot, or strawberry), powdered sugar.

GRANDE SALAD: prosciutto, mozzarella, tomatoes, artichoke hearts, arugula, basil, extra virgin olive oil & balsamic vinegar.

CAPRESE SALAD: mozzarella, tomatoes, arugula, basil, extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar.

RUCOLA SALAD: arugula, grated carrots, shaved parmesan cheese, fresh lemon juice, pine nuts, extra virgin olive oil.

The Origins of ‘Piadina’ flatbread

There are many speculations on where actually the origins of Piadina flatbreads are from.
Also known as piada, this bread without any raising required was already present in Northern Italy around 1000 BC and it became popular later on with the Romans as well. During the Middle Ages most breads were already being cooked with yeast but around 1300 AD with the spread of the Plague and the scarcity of food available this simple bread became popular again.
The first recipe known, included in the Descriptio Romandiolae, was written by Cardinal Angelico de Grimoard of Avignon, brother of Pope Urban V., in 1371 AD, during his time spent in the Romagna region of Italy. As he described it in his recipe, Piadina’s  dough is made with flour, lard and milk. Our original recipe also has these 3 main ingredients and for the vegetarian and vegan piadinas dough we substitute lard and milk with extra virgin olive oil.

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