History of the Romana Pinsa

Pinsa is a style of hand-pressed pizza dough that has been a part of Roman artisan baking and cooking for over 100 years. The name pinsa is derived from the term “pinsere,” which means “push the dough by hand” in Latin. You may have heard of pinza, but to clarify, pinsa and pinza are the same thing, they just have slightly different spellings based on where the term is being used.


Back to Latest