It's basically a veggie quiche with a kamut pizza-dough lid that's been shaped into the iconic "ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs" that "may not look like much but has it where it counts."
I had never done anything like this before but I must say that my first experiment based bio kamut, zucchini and cheese could definitely good if not beautiful, fragrant fragrant and pure light! Not to mention that it is an excellent vegetarian quiche. It all started when the Molini Pivetti asked me if I would like to test some of their flour. I was never interested in flour and scuriosare on their site I opened a world then there are only taken-in-tour sponsored by notes broadcasts where they make you overpay 1 tablespoon cornstarch and two grams of yeast! I discovered that there is a technical difference between flour recommended for cream and one for the pastry tarts. Wow. But you had not thought that the package could be directed instead to savory, with two types of flour for pizza soft. The commitment, however, was taken so I decided to try. You want to experience too? Then skip the break for the recipe!
Millennium Falcon Pie light – kamut zucchine e formaggio [Sweet and Geek – Italian]
Millennium Falcon Pie light – kamut zucchini and cheese [Google Translate]