Popular Pizza Topping Combinations With Spizzico Customers
There is no denying that pizza is one of the best foods ever invented. There are so many pizza topping combinations that can fit so many taste buds. However, the pizza world is full of age-old rivalries: New York vs. Chicago (or Detriot), thin vs. thick, and people who fold their pizza vs. people who don’t.
With endless pizza topping combinations, which are actually the most popular?
6 Popular Pizza Topping Combinations
At Spizzico, we have over 24 different toppings to choose from, including – pepperoni, sausage, ham, fresh or smoked mozzarella, soppressata, ricotta, mushrooms, onions, mixed Peppers, kalamata, olives, pineapple, broccoli, spinach, artichokes, tomatoes, grilled eggplant, anchovies, cherry peppers, prosciutto, and bacon.
Whew! That’s a lot to choose from. Here are the most popular combinations we see ordered every day.
1. Pepperoni and Sausage
Pepperoni and sausage are a classic meat lover’s dream. Of course, pepperoni is a classic for many Americans; as kids, the options are cheese only or pepperoni. Perhaps the nostalgia makes this still a significant topping in this combination. And then add on sausage. This gives a great complementary flavor to the pepperoni and cheese.
2. Meat Lovers
If you want more meat, Spizzico has a meat lovers’ pizza, including pepperoni, sausage, bacon, and ham. The meat lover is another favorite. The combination of meat and cheese is the ultimate pizza flavor. The meats can vary, or maybe some substitutes with prosciutto or ham. Try this pizza topping combination with extra cheese or add some ricotta, fresh or smoked mozzarella.
3. Classic Veggie
In the other direction, you have veggie lovers, a healthy mix of mushrooms, red onions, bell peppers, black olives, tomatoes, and spinach. If you want to get more experimental, add some broccoli, eggplant, tomatoes, or artichoke hearts.
All these toppings are unique; some vegetables are cooked, roasted, or raw to bring out their flavors. Spizzico has a new twist on the old classic with the Veggie and Grilled Veggie pizzas in red or white sauce.
4. The Works
What about if you love both meat and veggies? Most might call this a Supreme, we call it The Works. This pizza has combined these favorite pizza topping combinations, including pepperoni, sausage, olives, mushrooms, peppers, and onions. Of course, you can swap out some of the classic favorite pizza toppings for others you prefer. The typical rule is at least two meats and two veggies to make this a classic supreme-style pizza.
5. Hawaiian Pizza
As far as toppings go, this is the most controversial. You either hate or love Hawaiian pizza; it’s a specialty taste, and there are no substitutes for this one. A Hawaiian pizza toppings include pineapple, Canadian bacon/ham, and mozzarella/cheese. The contrast between the sweet pineapple and salty flavor of the Canadian bacon makes it a fan favorite.
Funny fact, Hawaiians did not create the Hawaiian pizza; it was invented in Ontario, Canada. Sam Panopoulos, born in Greece and moved to Canada when he was 20, and his brothers decided to put pineapple on pizza in 1962 to attract customers to his Ontario-based restaurants.
The Margherita is a favorite specialty pizza. This pizza is a traditional Neopolitan pizza recipe filled with tomato sauce with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and basil. These are to represent the colors of the Italian flag – white cheese, green basil, and red tomato. Some pizza fans will add prosciutto to the pizza topping combination.
This popular specialty pizza was invented in June 1889 by Raffaele Esposito, Pizzeria Brandi’s chef, in honor of the Queen of Italy, Margherita of Savoy, and the Italian unification. It is a much-loved pizza that has deep roots in Italian history
Get Your Favorite Pizza Toppings at Spizzicos
Pizza has a rich history and is a versatile dish. You can get most of your food groups in – protein, dairy, vegetables, and grains. This blog is making our mouths water already. So come in and dine with us or order out. Try a pizza classic or one of our specialty pizzas; you can’t get wrong with Spizzico.
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