1kg of T65 wheat flour (strong bread flour): you can use T80 (which contains more fibre) but not wholemeal flour, or the dough won’t rise.
400 g sourdough starter
Forming: form the dough into 60g boules Dust with flour
Shaping: Roll out the dough with a rolling pin or by hand to a thickness of 3 to 4mm
Baking in a Le Panyol wood-fired oven:
Cooking method: no fire, open hearth Remove the embers from the hearth. Immediately put your dough in the oven when the temperature is between 380-450°C. The fouée will react and immediately start to rise - this is caused by the thermal shock. Leave the oven door open. Bake for 1 to 2 minutes. The dough is seared rather than baked. This explains the paleness of the bread, which is similar to Arab or pitta breads.
Once baked, use the air pocket to fill with whatever you feel like. It works well with both sweet and savoury fillings: cheese, meat, cured meat, chocolate, fruit compote...