Romans Pizza Menu
Roman’s pizza menu offers an impressive variety of toppings to satisfy every palate and gluten-free options for those with special dietary restrictions.
Steven Sondheim wrote that to succeed, one needs a gimmick if one wishes to advance. It seems the people behind Brooklyn’s Roman-style pizza shops have taken this advice to heart.
Simple pizza featuring vibrant red tomato sauce, creamy white mozzarella cheese, and fragrant fresh basil on a crisp crust is one of the most delicious and fulfilling experiences you will ever have.
As this recipe follows the classic Neapolitan pizza approach, both dough, and sauce must be prepared in advance and stored either in the fridge for several days or frozen for up to three months for best results.
To create this pizza, you will need good-quality canned whole tomatoes (San Marzano is a variety of plum tomato from Naples, Italy; use these if available), fresh mozzarella cheese (preferably water-packed rather than vacuum packed), extra-virgin olive oil and salt and pepper; red pepper flakes can add an extra zesty kick if desired!
Make this delicious and nutritious dinner using boneless chicken breasts or thighs and its easy marinade featuring herbs, spices, and Kewpie mayonnaise – perfect for salads or sandwiches!
This recipe includes brown sugar for added sweetness and chili powder for an added zing. Furthermore, cooking oil should be applied liberally to the grill surface to prevent sticking while dissolving fat-soluble seasonings in the meat.
When cooking chicken, use a high-heat setting and cover your grill to ensure an even cooking process. A marinade will help your chicken caramelize into an irresistibly crunchy texture – once finished, allow it to rest for 3 to 4 minutes before cutting so that essential moisture-giving juices may redistribute themselves throughout.
Greek cuisine’s emphasis on vegetables and feta cheese offers plenty of ways to experience Mediterranean flavor. Meat dishes such as moussaka (layered meat and eggplant with pasta and bechamel sauce), chicken gyros, and lamb souvlaki also stand out.
Olive oil is an integral component of Mediterranean cuisine, used both for cooking and drizzling over traditional dishes. Its mild taste pairs beautifully with seafood dishes or earthier cuts of meat when grilling or barbecuing.
Oregano is one of the main herbs used in Greek recipes, often as an essential seasoning element. You’ll find it used in savory dishes like Kotopita featuring Niman Ranch lamb and breaded eggplant, as well as baked goods like Spannakopita made of spinach, feta cheese, and egg folded in phyllo pastry. Dill adds depth and freshness to stifado stew made of rabbit or beef with vegetables, while dried mint adds a refreshing element that brings a vital edge when combined with creamy feta dip.
Recipes for liqueurs range from easy and quick to more complex ones that take more time and ingredients to prepare. The general principle behind creating your liqueur involves starting with an alcohol base, steeping flavoring agents in it, and then sweetening it with simple syrup. Some classic examples are citrusy Italian Limoncello or rich chocolatey Irish Cream that always pleases – or raid your spice cabinet for some fennel-flavored licorice or an anise liqueur such as Frangelico that’s surefire hits home!
Liqueurs make delightful pre or post-dinner beverages, from an aperitif or digestif before or after dining to cocktails and even desserts like Black Forest Cake (made with Kirsch), or enjoyed over ice with water splashed on. Liqueurs also make great gifts; depending on their recipe, some can be completed within days, while others take weeks or months for their flavors to develop fully.
Homemade lemonade is a refreshing classic that’s simple and quick to prepare, featuring only three ingredients! This refreshing drink perfectly balances tangy lemon juice and sweet syrup and is perfect for sipping by the pool or in the backyard.
Make homemade lemonade by mixing water and sugar until the latter has completely dissolved, then add lemon juice and several handfuls of ice cubes.
If you prefer less sweetness, start by using half of the amount of sugar called for in this recipe and gradually increase as desired. Or use non-granulated natural sweeteners like maple syrup or honey instead.
Add an unexpected pop of color and flavor by stirring in other fruit juices such as cranberry, strawberry, or raspberry juices. Or muddle a few sprigs of fresh herbs like mint or rosemary into the drink for an aromatic effect.
Romans Pizza has quickly become one of the go-to dining spots. Offering an assortment of food and drinks at competitive prices, their fast and friendly service, and pleasant environment make Romans pizza perfect for families and groups of friends alike.
Roman’s signature Italian dishes are immensely popular with its customers, especially its linguini pasta featuring large meatballs in Roman’s secret marinara sauce topped with premium Italian cheese and linguini pasta with large meatballs covered by Roman’s secret marinara sauce and premium Italian cheese – not forgetting its famous toasted hoagie with premium ham and lettuce filling!
Attentive staff take your orders quickly, creating an ideal setting for lunch or dinner with reasonable prices and tasty fare – you can even preorder pizza and have it delivered right to your home!