Like Pizza? You’ll love Pinsa.
One bite of Pinsa and you know it’s a very special type of pizza. Most obvious is the crust: It’s impossibly light – even airy – and crispy.
That’s because it’s made from special Italian flours (non GMO, of course) , mixed according to time-honored traditions specific to Pinsa. Then the dough is allowed to rise for 72 hours. (This is completely unlike regular pizza dough, which rises for only a few hours.)
After rising, pinsa dough is hand-stretched (to preserve the structure) and shaped into a rectangle. It’s then lightly coated with olive oil and baked on a pizza stone at a very high temperature.
The final step is adding premium ingredients – San Marzano tomatoes, Parmesan Reggiano, and whipped ricotta. Now thattsa Pinsa.
Pinsa. [Pin-zuh] Noun. 1. Pizza reinvented. 2. Known for it’s fluffy, cloud-like texture. “The Pinsa from Pinsa Love is the best frozen pizza I’ve ever eaten.”