Oven-baked pizza is a thin round bread coated with tomato sauce, cheese, with olive oil and other ingredients.
In fact, there are two types of pizza: Neapolitan – more dense, resembling flat bread, and Roman – this is a thinner pizza with a crust. Neapolitan pizza is similar to American pizza.
Italians also divide pizza into red (with tomato sauce) and white (usually called “focaccia” or tortilla made without tomato sauce, but with other ingredients).
In Italian cuisine you can’t find a wide variety of spices, but, to spice it up, they are almost always used together with herbs. Continue reading