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Easy Pan Pizza With Sun-dried Tomatoes, Caramelized Onions, Olives, and Breadcrumbs (Vegan)

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 3 comments

Vegan pizza for a crowd! This recipe, based off of Sicilian sfinzione is a crowdpleaser with the bold flavors of olives, sun dried tomatoes, and caramelized onions under a crisp bread crumb topping. More

Eight Styles to Add to Your Pizza Lexicon

Slice The Slice Team 38 comments

At Slice we ever endeavor to keep expanding our knowledge about all things pizza. As such, our Regional Pizza Style Index is always growing as we learn about new regional varieties around the globe. The time has come to add some updates to our style guide! More

The Pizza Lab: Sfincione, the No-Knead, No-Roll New Year's Eve Sicilian Pizza

Slice J. Kenji López-Alt 22 comments

Any pizza lover and observer of Sicilian New Years' traditions may know sfincione, the true Sicilian pizza made with onions, bread crumbs, caciocavallo cheese, and a ton of olive oil. It's pretty delicious any time of year, but especially appropriate for new years, when delicious, simple, hand-held, booze-spongey foods are at their apex of popularity. Not only that, but it's pretty dead-simple to make. More

Sfincione (Sicilian New Years Pizza with Bread Crumbs, Onions, and Caciocavallo)

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 9 comments

Note: Caciocavallo is a sheep's milk cheese from Sicily. When purchasing, ask for aged caciocavallo meant for grating. If unavailable, replace with Pecorino-Romano or Parmigiano-Reggiano. Store-bought bread crumbs will work, but for best results, use homemade. The 12.25 ounces of... More

Scott's Pizza Chronicles: Sicilian Pizza vs Pizza in Sicily

Slice ScottWiener 30 comments

The contemporary pizza consumer is pretty well-versed in the language of Neapolitan pizza. We know what a wood-fired brick oven looks like, we appreciate San Marzano tomatoes and we've tasted mozzarella di bufala. We even know where to go in Naples for the most historic pizzerias on the planet. But what about other pizza styles that bare Italian pedigrees? More

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