Garlic Knots

A mid-20th century addition to the menu of Italian restaurants, first in the New York area, then around the country, garlic knots are twists of bread dough or pizza dough that are partially baked, coated with grated Parmesan cheese, olive oil, and a full measure of crushed garlic, then baked again until light brown. They are a snack or appetizer, sometimes with a bowl of red sauce for dipping.

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Six Hundred Downtown


Gino’s Pizza



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