New England-style pizza is known for its puffy crust and ample cheese. Popular in – you guessed it – New England, this pizza gains oil, fried flavor, and crisp after baking in a circular pan. Topped with an oregano-laced sauce and ample cheese, it’s a favorite for families and college kids alike.
New England-style pizza is also referred to as Greek pizza, though there’s nothing particularly Greek about its ingredients. Instead, its alternate handle is a nod to the Greek immigrants who first served the pizza in the Boston area.
Q: Is New England pizza Greek?
Q: Do New England-style pizzas have Greek ingredients?
Q: Where can I get a New England-style pizza near me?