Sicilian pizza is a very versatile pizza that has many different names, depending on the region, city or country where it is made. Although the name and garnishes can vary widely, the basics remain the same.
When Italians started immigrating to America, they took their beloved pizza with them to the United States. This meant that the pizza needed more time to bake and the recipe had to be adjusted to the longer baking time. This is how New York pizza was born!
Flour, water, salt yeast and a hot wood oven. This is how the very first pizzas were made, and this is how they are still made today in Naples.