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Re:Fried Pizza? 2014/06/23 14:20:28 (permalink)
Years ago, there used to be a little stand around 46th and Broadway in New York that had deep fried calzone. What made them special was that they had a LOT of different fillings, including lasagne and pizza.
 
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Re:Fried Pizza? 2016/06/10 14:31:24 (permalink)
That's right, It's so simple to make. Remember do not roll dough, hand stretch & fry.
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RE: Fried Pizza? 2016/06/11 14:30:53 (permalink)
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This "fried pizza" concept sounds incredible. Anyone know of any CT establishments that serve this type of dish?

Joe Pizza has 2 locations - Canton, and Simsbury; both offer it as an appetizer. Most of the country fairs around here have it, but you'll have to wait until the end of July and into August and September for that.
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RE: Fried Pizza? 2016/06/11 16:07:13 (permalink)
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This "fried pizza" concept sounds incredible. Anyone know of any CT establishments that serve this type of dish?

Joe Pizza has 2 locations - Canton, and Simsbury; both offer it as an appetizer. Most of the country fairs around here have it, but you'll have to wait until the end of July and into August and September for that.


Try any Italian festival around Connecticut.
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Re:Fried Pizza? 2016/06/13 14:14:25 (permalink)
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This is a fried pizza I had at a place called Don Antonio's in NYC last year.  The whole thing isn't fried.  Just the crust, lightly, and then topped with marinara, basil, and nodules of smoked buffalo mozzarella, and baked like a regular pizza.  I know it doesn't look like a lot of cheese, but smoked buffalo mozz is strong-tasting and you wouldn't want a whole thick layer of it. 

It was one of the best pizzas I've ever had.







Also, Forcella in NYC (3 locations) has a fried pizza
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Re:Fried Pizza? 2016/06/18 13:18:51 (permalink)
http://noshtalgia.blogspot.com/2007/04/pizza-fritte-italian-fried-dough.html
 
This is how I remember pizza fritte, and how my mother made it. It's simply great with a little sauce and parm on top...or as a dessert with powdered sugar or honey....but the picture is how it looks made in a simple frying pan! No oven or fancy recipes. This is the simple way it was done.
post edited by leethebard - 2016/06/18 13:19:54
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Re:Fried Pizza? 2016/06/18 13:59:07 (permalink)
I never had it with anything other than some sauce and either grated parmigiano or romano.
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