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Jul 13, 2009 02:00 PM

Spaghetti pizza

I saw this at Pasta Mista the other day. My first thought was: You've got to be kidding me. My second thought was: Must eat. Before I have my husband bring one home, I want to know, has anyone tried this? Is it any good?

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  1. My husband loves the spaghetti pizza from Pasta Mista. They warm it up in the oven and serve it with a really good marinara for dunking. They also reheat well in a home oven.

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    1. re: ktracy

      just wondering, how many calories are in one pizza (let's say a 16 inch one)?

    2. Joe Squared has a spaghetti and meatball pizza.

      1. Tony's in Fair Lakes has pasta pizza. It's actually pretty good, if a bit heavy. Ok, each slice weighs a ton. But it's still good.

        1. It can get a bit dry, so get a side of sauce.
          The best in the area is the baked ziti pizza at fortunato's on York Road.
          As far as calories go...

          1. Apparently you guys aren't making this up.

            Could someone describe just what the heck "spaghetti pizza" is?

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            1. re: Hal Laurent

              mmmm.... Dr. Atkins would roll over in his grave. It is literally, spaghetti with marinara on a pizza crust with tomato sauce. It is really, shamefully delicious. You can find a yummy one at Malek's in Springfield., off of Old Keene Mill in the Kmart Center. They deliver, depending on where you are. I think they cover some of Aexandria and Burke.

              1. re: SparkleKristy

                I love carbs, but that doesn't sound good to me. To each their own, I guess.

                1. re: SparkleKristy

                  Probably about like eating spaghetti and sopping up the sauce with bread. But it sure sounds like something that Pizza Hut would think of.

                  1. re: MikeR

                    I think it's Domino's that has the bread bowl with pasta...but I could be wrong.

                    1. re: MikeR

                      I haven't had a spaghetti pizza, but I've had a ziti pizza at a few places, and that's basically like a baked ziti but with pizza crust as a plate. I've known some Chicago pizza fans who hate NY-style, and who would go w/ the ziti pie when we would go to Valentino's--it really is just a big cheese+sauce+starch casserole, like a Chicago deep dish is.