Recipe by Rebecca C.
"This recipe is inspired by the bakery pizza I used to have as a kid that can only be had in Rhode Island's Italian bakeries and markets. Don't let the lack of toppings stop you from trying this delicious recipe. Great for a party and kids love it!"
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prepared pizza dough
1 (28 ounce) can
grated Romano cheese
freshly ground black pepper
olive oil, divided
Outstanding! I'm a transplant from Rhode Island to Florida. This is great, like going to the corner bakery back home, and very easy to make.
I became a member just to review this recipe! Not even close to RI bakery pizza strips. Took one bite.
I made this for my daughter's class for part of her state report that she did on RI. It is yummy, however I found it to be far too sweet, so I would suggest reducing the amount of sugar and tasting the sauce before adding more. I know canned tomatoes vary in sweetness, so maybe the cans I used were extra sweet. Just a tip!
I have tried to make RI pizza strips several times with no luck. Always something was off. Was one of my fav foods when I was there, I was born and raised there then moved away as an adult. These were the BOMB! I made my own dough, and unlike me I actually followed the recipe to the tee... I had to cook them a couple min longer, probably a climate thing, but LET ME TELL YOU...they rocked!!!! Thank you so much, the exact taste I have been missing, this is a KEEPER!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Rhode Island-Style Pizza Strips aka Bakery Pizza
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 111
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