This is a smaller version than what is made in America and is frequently filled with fresh vegetables such as mozzarella and spinach or meats.
The Chicago thin crust is crispier and crunchier than the New York style and normally cut into squares (or tavern cut) rather than diagonal slices. The Quad City area, a group of five cities between Iowa and Illinois, has developed a variation of the Chicago thin crust which uses a spicy sauce, large amounts of meat, and is cut into strips or squares.
The pizza Margherita is just over a century old and is named after HM Queen Margherita of Italy, wife of King Umberto I and first Queen of Italy. It's made using toppings of tomato, mozzarella cheese, and fresh basil, which represent the red, white, and green of the Italian flag.
With a lemon custard, doughy crust and raspberry topping, this dessert is a delicious treat, but still light enough that you won’t feel too guilty afterward. (via Tablespoon)
Yard Sale Pizza in London serves perfectly normal and delicious fior-de-latte pizzas, except for on Burns night. That's when they join forces with Deeneys and bring out the haggis and add cavolo nero, black chile jam, and mozzarella to keep it company. If you're not in London during Burns day, fear not: frozen varieties are available at most British supermarkets.
Earthy and rich, the Mushroom Pizza with Havarti Cheese Fresh Herbs and Truffle Oil tastes like a fancy meal and you won’t miss the meat one bit!
Broiling or grilling slices of eggplant before adding them to the pizza makes them tender and a little smoky. Top with fresh basil for an extra something special.
Use store-bought vegetarian barbecue “chicken wings” to make this hearty pizza, topped with mozzarella cheese, fresh cilantro and a squeeze of lime juice. Meat-lovers will be absolutely grateful to have discovered this “meaty” vegetarian pizza.
Pressed for time? Toasted ciabatta bread doubles as a pizza pie crust when you throw on fennel, cherry tomatoes, and black olives. Incorporate some fresh parmesan shavings, and bake until the edges are brown.
Here, you can find blue cheese pizza with pears and arugula or middle-eastern lamb pizza. Keep the world pizza tour going with a stop in the Middle East for inspiration. This rustic pizza is full of rich flavors (and plenty of colorful vegetables). Or try a butter-chicken pizza. Who loves traditional butter chicken? (We do!) Try switching it up next time you’re craving Indian takeout, and try this easy alternative
Grace Parisi tops homemade pizza dough with San Marzano tomatoes, milky buffalo mozzarella and fresh basil. Letting the dough rest in the refrigerator overnight results in a chewy crust with a slight tang.Read more
Although Miami Beach is a popular tourist destination with an eclectic variety of unique foods and restaurants, people still love the simple pizza the city has to offer.Read more
First, thoroughly clean a sturdy surface. Making sure it’s dry, heap your flour onto it, and in a bowl, mix some warm water with yeast, salt and sugar.Read more