The Best Online Cooking Videos
Already have an account? Sign In

Nutella Dessert Pizza - The Signature Dish

Ready In
Prep Time
Cook Time
Inactive Time
Loyd Grossman, Level 1
Loyd Grossman
Welcome to Loyd Grossman's Signature Dish. Join Loyd on his culinary journey to uncover London's best restaurants, and learn the secrets to making their signature dish at home. In this episode Thom and James Elliot, The Pizza Pilgrims, who will show you Napoli's dirty little secret, the Nutella pizza ring! So join Loyd Grossman in this Grokker Premium video, as he hears about the Pizza Pilgrims story and learns how to make delicious and authentic pizza.

Cooking Recipe

Serving: Makes 8 dough balls, for 10inch pizza or 16 Nutella pizzas
For the Dough
8 cups (1kg) ‘00’ flour or strong Canadian bread flour with a high gluten content
1/2 tsp (2 grams) fresh baker’s yeast
2 1/2 cups (600ml) cold water
3 tbsp (40g) table salt
1 pot of Nutella
2 tbsp sea salt

1. Tip the flour onto your work service and make a well in the centre. Dissolve your yeast in the water and pour into the middle of the well a little at a time whilst using your fingers to bring the edge of the well into the water, so that the water begins to thicken. Once you’ve reached the consistency of custard, add the salt and bring in the rest of the flour until it comes together as a dough. Knead for 10–15 minutes.

2. Cover and leave to rest for 10 minutes before kneading again quickly for 10 seconds (this helps to develop the flavor and the gluten).

3. Divide the dough into 230g balls and leave to rest overnight or for at least 8 hours (24 hours is optimal, 48 hours maximum) in a sealed container or a deep baking dish sprinkled with flour and covered in cling film. Remember to leave space for each of your dough balls because, as the gluten relaxes, they will spread out to take up twice the diameter that they do initially.

4. Cut a dough ball in half, and press the dough out with your fingers into a large rectangle. Pick the rectangle up by the sides, and slip the middle section onto the work surface so that the rectangle stretches.

5. Spoon 2 large tbsp of Nutella and a pinch of salt onto the middle of the dough, and fold the dough over and crimp the edges with your fingers so that edges are completely sealed. Now you should have a roll of dough, with the Nutella in the middle. Cut off one of the ends, and tuck one end into the other and push the two edges together so that the ring is completely sealed.

6. Place the dough ring into a dry frying pan over a medium-high heat, and cook on each side for about 2 minutes.

7. Enjoy on its own, or with a ball of ice cream in the middle of the ring!

Nutella Dessert Pizza


Suzie R.
I just wanted to say thank you for your site. I discovered it via Anna Olson, my baking mentor. Finding high quality cooking videos that really teach you about food and techniques is such a challenge and yours are amazing. I can't wait to do some recipe testing and love that it is so easy to email yourself the recipes!
Suzie R.
It's time to do something good for yourself
On-demand videos, on your time
On-demand videos, on your time
Learn from the experts
Learn from the experts
1000s of premium produced and curated videos
1000s of premium produced and curated videos