Pan’Artisan launches two new dough balls

By Lauren Houghton

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The Brioche Dough Balls come in a chilli variety
The Brioche Dough Balls come in a chilli variety
Supplier Pan’Artisan has launched two new types of dough balls for operators in the casual dining sector: Naan Bread Dough Balls and Brioche Dough Balls.

Product details:

Both the Brioche Dough Balls and the Naan Bread Dough Balls are made using traditional recipes but allow chefs to add their own signature touches to the finished product. 

There are two versions of the Brioche Dough Balls, a traditional version with a 50 per cent butter to flour ratio and a chilli variety also.

The Naan Bread Dough Balls are made to a traditional recipe and contain yoghurt to give them a distinctive ‘naan bread’ flavour.


The pre-made dough balls save chefs the time-consuming task of making the dough themselves, but allow them to add the finishing touches and make dough balls their own.

The Brioche Dough Balls come in two distinctive varieties and the design of the Naan Bread Dough Balls allows them to be baked on a stone in a very hot oven so there is no need for a tandoor.


To order or for more information on the products call 01730 811490 or visit​.

Why you should buy it:

Pan’Artisan’s managing director Richard Jansen said: “Our new range of dough balls will really shake up the way in which operators view the use of frozen dough-based products.  Any menu is reliant on products that perform well in use, meet cost parameters, don’t incur excessive waste and appeal to consumers’ tastes. 

“Using our craft skills and long-established reputation in the production of high quality dough balls for pizza, we have developed this range of dough balls for chefs to be able to make their own dough-based products, as if from scratch.  Much of the time-consuming, specialist work has been done for them, leaving the finishing touches for them to add.  This will not only enhance their menus, but will increase choice for them and the opportunity to charge a premium, resulting in more profit.”

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