Panetti Definition

“Panetti” is an Italian word that translates to “small loaf” in English. It is often used in a culinary context to refer to a small piece of dough.

In pizza making, Panetti are small balls of pizza dough weighing between about six to nine ounces and portioned by hand through the staglio a mano process, and then stretched, topped, and cooked.

(See also “Staglio a Mano”).

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