Ham and Figs Pizza is a simple, delicious dish, typical of Roman cuisine that abounds the streets of Rome in late summer, when fresh figs are in season.

This is soft white pizza simply seasoned with excellent quality prosciutto and fresh figs cut into wedges. Preparation 20 minutes….cooking 20 minutes.
For white Pizza dough:
300 grams of flour’0
200 gr of Manitoba flour
400 grams of water
3 gr of fresh brewer’s yeast (1, 5 gr of dry brewer’s yeast)
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
11 grams of salt
1/2 teaspoon of sugar

For the seasoning:
100 gr of thinly sliced ​​sweet ham ( San Daniele type )
3 – 5 white or black figs
extra virgin olive oil
ground black pepper

First of all prepare the base, sift and mix together the flours for a total of 500 gr. Dissolve half of the yeast in a little water if you are using the fresh one, otherwise, add half of the dry yeast in 400 gr of flour taken from the total mixture.
Add the sugar, turn, add all the water. Stir with a spoon. The dough will be soft and sticky, Cover the dough with a plastic film and let rise at a temperature of about 22 degrees. Let rise from 6 to 8 h until the dough has tripled its volume.

Once the dough is leavened, prepare the white pizza in the pan. Grease a baking pan, the classic dripping pan or around one. Roll out the pizza with your fingertips, add a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.

Cover with plastic film and let rise for 30 minutes. Then cook in a hot oven at 220 ° in the pass for the first 8 – 10 minutes. Then transferred to the upper shelf. Finish cooking for another 5 – 6 minutes until golden.

Finally, take it out of the oven and let it cool for 10-15 minutes. Season the pizza by placing the slices of ham, the washed and sliced ​​figs, a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and a pinch of black pepper. Turn a few seconds until all the ingredients are mixed.