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Antica Friggitoria La Masardona dal 1945

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"Fried pizza may seem like an unlikely choice for exploring Royal Naples, but Neapolitans pride themselves on being down-to-earth, and pizza fritta, which is more like what is called a calzone in the anglophone world, is a quick lunch on a busy work day. Traditionally, in Naples, men make baked pizzas, and women make fried pizzas, a tradition that may have come about during the days of cholera when it was safer to cook in hot oil instead of water. Masordona has been making fried pizza for decades, and it is a surprisingly light lunch. If you made a reservation for dinner at Aria this evening, you can order the smaller sizes of pizza fritta on the menu. My favorites are the "montanara" which are discs of fried dough with the filling on top instead of stuffed inside. "

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