General Information
Main NutrientSlow Carbohydrate
DishPizza
NameFocaccia with Gorgonzola
Price (€/kg)4.40
Version1
 
 
 
Ingredients - Quantity
BrandNameQuantity (g)
DolomitiWater350
BalenaAnchovies paste50
EsselungaGorgonzola50
FiberPastaFlour100
Molino GrassiKAMUT® Wheat Flour100
Pastificio AnnoniBuckwheat Flour100
Molino SpadoniChickpea Flour 100
BertoliniInstant yeast16
 
 
 
Ingredients - Details (per 100g)
BrandNameProtein (g)Carb. (g)Fat (g)Energy (kcal)Price (€/kg)Store
DolomitiWater00000.20Esselunga
BalenaAnchovies paste2001118031.00Esselunga
EsselungaGorgonzola201273208.90Esselunga
FiberPastaFlour125812904.40CONAD
Molino GrassiKAMUT® Wheat Flour136723404.40Esselunga
Pastificio AnnoniBuckwheat Flour126433301.90Esselunga
Molino SpadoniChickpea Flour 214873403.20PAM
BertoliniInstant yeast028011023.30Esselunga
 
 
 
Preparation Method
No.ProcedureIngredientsNotes
1Heat the oven to 180 °C (convection cooking).  
2Pour into the blender.Water + Anchovies paste 
3Blend.  
4Pour into the blender.Flour + KAMUT® Wheat Flour + Buckwheat Flour + Chickpea Flour + Instant yeast 
5Blend.  
6Split the dough into small balls and place them on a baking tray covered with parchment paper. For a perfect cooking, flatten the dough balls (up to 5 cm wide and up to 1 cm thick).
7Put the baking tray in the oven for 25 minutes.  
8Spread.GorgonzolaAdd this ingredient when the oven is partially open to prevent it from burning.
9Let cool in the oven (partially open). It is useful for removing further water from the dough.
 
 
 
Nutrition Information
(per 100g)
Protein (g)9
Carbohydrate (g)28
of which sugars (g)1
Fat (g)4
of which saturates (g)2
Fibre (g)4
Sodium (mg)530
Energy (kcal)180
Protein (%)20%
Carbohydrate (%)62%
Fat (%)18%
Glycemic Index25
 
 
 
Comparison
FoodProtein (g)Carb. (g)Fat (g)Glycemic IndexEnergy (kcal)Price (€/kg)
Buitoni - Pizza Margherita12339502605.70
Focaccia with Gorgonzola9284251804.40
 -30%-20%-60%-50%-30%-20%
 
 
 

For the sake of simplicity, some of the numeric values have been rounded.

For the sake of simplicity, the substances lost during cooking have not been taken into account (such as, for instance, water).