Diavola pizza is one of the Most popular Italian pizzas we serve at our Rossini restaurant. This Neapolitan specialty, unlike the rest of the pizzas that you can find in our menu adds a fiery flavor and a spicy touch for the most daring palates.
If you love traditional Italian cuisine, Pizza Diavola will not disappoint you. The exquisiteness of the dough, the freshness of the tomato, the creaminess of the mozzarella and the spicy flavor of the sausage are the ideal complements to offer you a unique dish that combines the most spicy sensations together with the quality of the pasta.
In this article you will know the most outstanding peculiarities of our diavola pizza and you will discover why it is one of the most valued pizzas by our guests.
a spicy costume
Margarita pizza is one of the most versatile pizzas and, as with diavola pizza, it is used to create different variants of Italian and Neapolitan pizzas. In this case there are also different variants of diavola in which even more spicy ingredients such as jalapeños are added.
Its name in Italian is mainly due to its spicy flavor that is reminiscent of fire or, failing that, of flames. The salami or chorizo give the dough its characteristic color and are the perfect allegory to represent the burning flames that accompany the popular image we have of a devil.
At the same time, in American cuisine it is usually “cooked to the devil” when the ingredients are spicy or strong for the palate.
A pizza with unknown origins
Unlike other Italian dishes such as tiramisu there is currently no history of its origin or its invention. It is probably a popular version that has been broadcast locally for years in Italian towns such as Naples or Rome.