Transcript for Da Nonna Rosa Pizzeria shares how to make their famous Vodka Ravioli Pizza
We are back now with our series open for business highlighting small restaurants across the country and this morning we are heading to Brooklyn, New York, for one of the top trends on Google right now, pizza da nonna Rosa pizzeria is owned by five brothers. They are showing us how to make vodka ravioli pizza. We are the sagos brothers. Reporter: Serving up a slice of Italy is relative to Paul, Ted, Anthony and Steve. We all managed at the restaurant. No better thing than family. We all have a bit of talent in each section. Reporter: Since New York City became the epicenter of the pandemic, the brothers lost all of their catering orders and dine-in guests. Now they deliver and serve curbside and feed hundreds of our frontline heroes every week. You got to feed the community, a lot of our client, regular customers like donated 20 pies, trays of food. So that went off real well. Reporter: One of their most requested pies known at vodka ravioli pizza. Start with a little vodka. Of course. Four ounces vodka. One half cup chopped tomatoes, three cups of pomodoro sauce and 1.acups of heavy cream and one to two cups of parmesan cheese, two tablespoons of olive oil, one bay leaf, salt and pepper. Let the dough sit for 15 minutes to soften then ooh assemble. We have a tomato base on the crust and put our homemade raviolis on there. Then we put a little vodka sauce on top Kane crushed mozzarella and sh redded mozzarella. Awesome. You got to get pizza pasta in one. I love it. Pizza and pasta in one. Please welcome Paul and Anthony sagos, co-owners of da nonna Rosa pizzeria. Thanks for being with us. You got your pizza there. Show us how to finish it off. We want to cut it in slices. Big enough for our family. We got to fight over the second slice. Palm SHAWN cheese and parly. Yum. I mean that looks amazing. We know by the way you've been giving back to your community as well at this point. It's a beautiful display of goodness. You've been giving deliveries to frontline workers. Tell us what you need now to stay afloat to do all of the good deeds you've been doing. Yeah, I mean we've been telling customers keep doing what they're doing. The community has been super supportive. We've been dealing with hospital, rep, gofundmes, stay strong and supportive. You know, we've been matching a couple day nations for the hospitals dealing with meals for heroes and 100 meals every other day so keep strong and keep supportive and we appreciate it. There's an order coming in right there. I just heard on the phone. We got it live. I know two of you own the pizzeria with your three other brother, Ted, Peter and Steve. I see a few of you there. Are you there together to share a slice. Yeah, yeah, of course. You guys, spread the love. We got Ted the cameraman as well in disguise, a little camera shot. All right, all right. That looks -- so Strahan says he'll make that this weekend for his cheat day. Yes. Do you think he can make it happen? You tell him he got to send the video and we'll prove it first. Eating it New York style. Folding it, right? Of course, that's the right way. Got to get the slop. 10 out of so. Cheer, guys. Thank you so much. If you are in the New York area make sure to stop by da nonna Rosa pizzeria or go to Strahan's house because he'll be making that as well or curbside delivery through grubhub or door dash and get the recipe on our website, goodmorningamerica.com. We'll be right back. I'm coming over.
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