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|Place of origin||Canada|
|Region or state||Quebec|
|Main ingredients||Pizza, spaghetti|
|Other information||May also refer to a spaghetti dish containing the basic ingredients of a pizza|
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It consists of a pizza, sliced in half, accompanied by a portion of spaghetti with a tomato based sauce. Although both pizza and spaghetti are considered staples of Italian cuisine, combining them in one dish is completely unknown in Italy. An infrequent variant involves using spaghetti as a pizza topping, under the pizza's mozzarella cheese.
In some instances, especially in the United States, pizza-ghetti refers to a home-made spaghetti dish cooked with the basic ingredients of a pizza, such as tomato sauce and cheese, but without a pizza crust. The mixture may be cooked in a pot or baked in an oven.
- List of pasta dishes
- "Pizza-Ghetti! What Is Pizza-Ghetti? How To Make A Wood Fired Pizza-Ghetti?". ilFornino, New York. Retrieved 2020-03-31.
- Pizza-ghetti: a staple item on fast-food menus in Montreal
- Pizza-ghetti in a family restaurant in Waterloo, Ontario Archived 2008-05-22 at the Wayback Machine, Waterloo Region Record, 13 December 2006. Retrieved on 11 February 2009
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- Crustless pizza-ghetti in a pot: recipe from the United States
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- The dictionary definition of pizza-ghetti at Wiktionary
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