Garlic fingers

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Garlic fingers
Garlic Fingers.jpg
Alternative names Pizza fries (in Wisconsin)
Type Pizza
Place of origin Canada
Region or state Atlantic Canada
Main ingredients Pizza dough, garlic butter, parsley, cheese
Cookbook: Garlic fingers  Media: Garlic fingers

Garlic fingers or Garlies are an Atlantic Canadian dish, similar to a pizza in shape and size and made with the same type of dough.

Instead of the traditional tomato sauce and toppings, garlic fingers consist of pizza dough topped with garlic butter, parsley, and cheese, cooked until the cheese is melted. Bacon bits are also sometimes added. They are often eaten as a side dish with pizza, dipped in donair sauce (not to be confused with "doner sauce") or marinara sauce. Instead of being cut in triangular slices, they are presented in thin strips, or "fingers". The dish is also popular in Wisconsin, where they are known as pizza fries.

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