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OPERA PRIMA, THE PIZZA STRETCHER THAT OPENS THE DOUGH
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Ecor International presents the innovative Pizza Stretcher that was designed to create the real Neapolitan pizza, in a quickly and simply way.
This tool, patent pending, guarantees high quality products through a particular ‘’opening system’’ for the pizza dough that simulate the capable hands of a pizza man.

Features

  • Shaping of the pizza base up to 320 mm
  • Shaping of the traditional crust to avoid burning during cooking
  • Mechanical system that does not stress the dough during shaping
  • Hourly output: up to 300 pizzas

OperaPrima is made entirely of stainless steel and is fitted with safety features required by international standards.
It is washable, compact and easy to carry. It can be placed on a counter or on a stainless steel support.

Why OperaPrima

Italian pizza is characterized by its thick and crispy crust

OperaPrima replicates the precise movements of the pizza maker

The opening system does not stress the dough (in other words it does not remove the air), in this way guaranteeing crispiness and perfect cooking; this system gives the pizza the softness and lightness of correct food

OperaPrima guarantees a great hourly output without the need for skilled labor

Our target market

Pizza chains

Supermarkets

Fast foods

Pizzerias

Industrial manufacturers

Resorts

Hotels

 

 

PIZZA IS A NEAPOLITAN INVENTION

OperaPrima was designed to create the real Neapolitan pizza, in a quickly and simply way.

With its thick and crispy crust, today this food is an intangeable cultural heritage guarded by UNESCO, being the symbol of Italian cuisine in all of the world.

The inventor of pizza is Raffaele Esposito, a Neapolitan chef who created Margherita (in honor of the Queen Margherita di Savoia). In June 1889, the queen was visiting the city with her husband Umberto I, the King of Italy. The chef, owner of a pizzeria in Naples, was chosen to prepare meals at court.

Esposito prepared two traditional pizzas and one with the colours of the Italian flag: tomato for red, mozzarella for white and basil for green.

The queen was fascinated by this food and, the day after, the Pizza Margherita was sold in Esposito’s pizzeria; it was a great success worldwide thanks to both its flavour and versatility.

The basic recipe is very simple, ideal for creating a large variety of pizzas to suit all tastes and palates. This is why pizza has become a universal food enjoyed by people of all nationalities.

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