Roman pan pizza is a tasty and traditional type of pizza that’s sold by the square. It’s crispy and easy to handle, making it very suitable for street food.
The main difference between Neapolitan and Roman style pizzas is the dough. In Naples, it's made with flour, yeast, water and salt. In Rome, olive oil is added, as well.
But the two types of pizzas are also baked differently. Neapolitan pizzas get a blast of heat – around 430°C for 60-90 seconds. Roman pan pizzas, however, are baked in a tray at 300°C to make them crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
The perfect to-go snack.