Top 5 wild and unusual Pizza Toppings
Pizza is always good. A slice filled with your favorite toppings and warmed to the right degree makes a wonderful meal. But sometimes you are in the mood for something a little bit different and a slice of cheese and pepperoni just isn’t going to quench the appetite. Sometimes it is best to create something unusual yourself with whatever ingredients you have around the house. Get hungry now as we look at these 5 Top Wild and unusual Pizza Toppings.
Chipotle Cajun Shrimp and Guacamole
Treat yourself to this offering that mixes Aztec and Cajun cuisines. The little bits of cajun shrimp stand out against the guacamole and cheese. You can try blue cheese or goat cheese, whatever works for you. The Cajun and the Creole seasonings that are added to the toppings meld well with the adobo chilly sauce to give a kick in the flavor without being overpowering. It may look a little different when it is completed but it takes your tastebuds down south and even across the border.
Grilled Honey Sriracha Chicken
Topping your pizza with some sriracha chicken may add some spice to your plate. This recipe also features some orange marmalade and grilled bacon to keep that from burning your mouth. Add some flavor with ranch dressing on the side for dipping. All the toppings mix well for a yummy pizza meal. Any pizza dinner that features a dipping sauce on the side must be pretty good. These pizza toppings will probably get messy so have some napkins nearby.
Caramelized Onions, Apples and Goat Cheese
Surprise everyone at the table (even if it is just yourself) with this vegetarian pizza for dinner. Instead of a frozen pie from the grocery store that was probably made with a lot of preservatives and chemicals, try this recipe of natural flavorings. Get some crunch in your toppings with the slices of apple and the onion slices (if they haven’t been cooked too long). The apples and onions both bring a sweetness to the table while the goat cheese brings its own flavor, but keeps the toppings together while you are enjoying the pizza.
Cookies and Creme
What better way to finish off a meal than a dessert pizza! This dessert pizza recipe is made for finishing off a meal and filling your stomach with just a little more yummy goodness. It consists of a Hershey’s Cookies and Creme mix to make the base that everything sits on and some Betty Crocker cheese filling. Sprinkle on some white and semisweet chocolate chips and some crushed cookie pieces to drive this pizza’s dessert point home.
One way to get over the post-holiday funk is by taking whatever food you have leftover from the Turkey Day meal and putting it on a pizza. Take some slices of turkey, some brussels sprouts, and either some sweet potatoes or some yams and lay them out on some dough and cover it with some mozzarella. 20 minutes or so later, you have the second helping of Thanksgiving! A couple of spoonfuls of cranberry sauce on top can add some fruit to the meal. This pizza is much more creative then leftover turkey sandwiches or soup.