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10 minutes ago, Hameedeh said:

Salam. Chopped vegetables. If I can have only 2 toppings, then mushrooms and black olives. If I can have only 1 topping, then black olive it is. :) 

Chopped Veggies? l never heard of that before. Really.

Which ones do you find to be the best combinations?

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11 minutes ago, notme said:

Jalapeño, onion, pineapple. :)

Substitute green pepper for jalapeño if I'm sharing with people who don't like spicy food. 

:offtopic: Food Police on patrol.

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1 minute ago, Hameedeh said:

Onions, green bell pepper, mushroom, black olives. 

Shukran.  Never tried bell peppers.  l use sliced Spanish olives in addition to black olives.

l imagined you were referring to things like green beans and carrots. Truly.

Back to Remedial Cooking Class l go.

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You probably know already.... but for those who may not know, a little pizza history. 

One of the best-known dishes in the world, pizza was born in the Kingdom of Naples around the middle of the 18th century as the evolution of the focaccia, already known in many countries of the Mediterranean basin.

Egyptians, Greeks and then Romans used to use different flours to prepare various types of buns, but it was in Naples that pizza was created as we know it and it was also here that it was given this name, a transformation of the word "pinsa" which in Neapolitan dialect means "flattening, crushing".

Imported from South America, the tomatoes were originally used as ornaments until in the 18th century; they began to be used in kitchens, especially in Naples around 1730, where the focaccia with tomato, garlic, oregano and olive oil, what we call pizza Marinara today, was first made.

At the time Pizza was, in the alleys of Naples, considered ‘street -food’; national and international success, grew after a visit to the poor quarters of the city by the queen Margherita of Savoia in 1889.

Raffaele Esposito, the most famous pizzaiolo of those days wanted to give the Queen a chance to try different tastes, so he prepared the already mentioned pizza Marinara, the "Mastunicola" with cheese, lard and basil, and another pizza with tomato, mozzarella and basil (to replicate the Italian flag: red white and green) later baptized pizza Margherita in honor of the queen because her greatest appreciation was directed just over this pizza.

'Antica Pizzeria Port’Alba' in Naples, considered the oldest Italian pizzeria is still open today!

My favourite is pizza 'New Marinara': garlic, anchovies, capers, mozzarella, and basil. Yum yum. 

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Edited by Quisant

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Bismehe Ta3ala, 

Assalam Alikum 

In my university years, it was bannana peppers and feta cheese.  :grin:

Ummmm (Homer Simpson) pizzaaaaaaaa

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

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31 minutes ago, Quisant said:

tomato, mozzarella and basil (to replicate the Italian flag: red white and green)

This is my favorite salad when I go to a restaurant. I never have fresh basil for pizza.

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1 hour ago, hasanhh said:

Shukran.  Never tried bell peppers.  l use sliced Spanish olives in addition to black olives.

l imagined you were referring to things like green beans and carrots. Truly.

Back to Remedial Cooking Class l go.

When I was in Hungary with the army some of my tent mates and I went to a Pizza hut and ordered the veggie pizza. It really included the entire garden: peas, carrots, corn, zucchini, green beans, along with the expected bell peppers, banana peppers, onion, olives, tomato, and mushrooms. 

Actually, it was really good. 

I'm pretty sure anything can be good on pizza. 

Edited by notme
Added thought.

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3 hours ago, hasanhh said:

Salamallikum,

What are your favorite pizza toppings?

A search indicated that pizza is often mentioned on SC, yet so similar dedicated thread.

So, How do you like your pizza and what do you like on it?

It depends on mood sometime just plain, but i really like pepperoni pizza and spicy sausage yummy. I am hungry an in vegetables onions and jalapenos. And who doesn't like buffalo chicken and some jalapenos to that. Some crushed peppers, garlic powder and oregano.  

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On 10/26/2017 at 6:28 AM, Hameedeh said:

This is my favorite salad when I go to a restaurant. I never have fresh basil for pizza.

fresh basil leaves are good. You have to try grandma pizza, but don't put too much basil leave have very dominant taste

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On 10/26/2017 at 6:28 AM, Hameedeh said:

This is my favorite salad when I go to a restaurant.

Insalata Caprese, very nice; some people brush the plate with crushed garlic (subsequently thrown away) beforehand.

On 10/26/2017 at 6:28 AM, Hameedeh said:

I never have fresh basil for pizza.

A small handful of fresh basil leaves is added to the pizza the moment it comes out of the oven.

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On 10/26/2017 at 6:23 AM, Laayla said:

Bismehe Ta3ala, 

Assalam Alikum 

In my university years, it was bannana peppers and feta cheese.  :grin:

Ummmm (Homer Simpson) pizzaaaaaaaa

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

Salam,

BANANA ON PIZZA? Astaghfirullah, what is this blasphemy! xD

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On 10/26/2017 at 9:11 AM, حسين said:

Salam,

BANANA ON PIZZA? Astaghfirullah, what is this blasphemy! xD

Lol, no, not banana

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Banana pepper!

hot-banana-pepper.jpg

Though I could imagine banana on a dessert pizza.

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9 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

Salam. Chopped vegetables. If I can have only 2 toppings, then mushrooms and black olives. If I can have only 1 topping, then black olive it is. :) 

That’s what I always get, mushrooms and black/green olives.

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11 hours ago, Ron_Burgundy said:

It depends on mood sometime just plain, but i really like pepperoni pizza and spicy sausage yummy. I am hungry an in vegetables onions and jalapenos. And who doesn't like buffalo chicken and some jalapenos to that. Some crushed peppers, garlic powder and oregano.  

Uhhhh, when did pepperoni become halal ?

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27 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

Uhhhh, when did pepperoni become halal ?

Where I used to live we could get halal pepperoni. Can't get it around here, but soujouk is a good substitute. 

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11 minutes ago, Hameedeh said:

Halal meat companies make halal pepperoni, halal bacon, halal hamburger patties. It's out there.

 

7 minutes ago, notme said:

Where I used to live we could get halal pepperoni. Can't get it around here, but soujouk is a good substitute. 

l know about veggie bacon, that's good. Yet after looking up pepperoni and sujuk l will still shy away from it as pork is used in both and l'd always be unsure --unless homemade.

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