This is a traditional pizza-like food served in Greece. It’s called “Peinirli”. It is shaped like a boat and can be filled with both pizza toppings and sweet toppings like this!
- Preheat oven to 220* C (428*F) Fan.
- Place a baking pan, upside down, in the oven and let it get extremely hot.
- In the mixers bowl, whisk together the yeast, water and 140 g of flour, using a hand whisk. Allow the mixture to rise for 30 minutes, until bubbles form.
- In a small saucepan, melt the chocolate along with the olive oil. Stir continuously with a spatula over low heat.
- When the yeast mixture is ready, add the remaining flour. Start to mix with the hook attachment and add the melted chocolate.
- Mix until an elastic dough has formed. Transfer dough to a bowl that has been brushed with some olive oil. Sprinkle dough with some semolina and cover with plastic wrap. Let it rise until it doubles in size, for 1 to 1 ½ hours.
- When the dough is ready, divide into 6 parts. Roll out each piece of dough to a sheet 3 cm thick, with a rolling pin. Sprinkle with semolina, to help the dough roll out easier.
- Folding the edges of the dough, on both sides, giving it a boat shape. Fill the wide middle part with mascarpone, some sliced bananas and a few tablespoons of hazelnut-chocolate sauce.
- Sprinkle some semolina onto a pizza peel (the special wooden tool with a long handle used to slide pizzas in and out of the oven). Carefully transfer the “peinirli” to the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes. Remove with the pizza peel. Serve warm.