If you’re bored with the old same pizza toppings, you have to read this!
This article is for you how wants to try something new!
American Pizza Style
Pizza was first invented by the Italians but now Americans have made it more diverse.
There are many different styles of American pizza…
… and they are often bigger and heavier than Italian pizzas.
For example, Chicago-style pizza has a thick crust with cheese on top.
Omaha-style pizza is also different because it has a biscuit crust.
It also usually has pepperoni slices, which are spicy red sausages…
… that shape into cups when baked.
There are many different types of pizza in America.
Some are square and some have a round crust.
They can be served by the tray, or in slices.
There is New Jersey Sicilian-style, which is made from dough…
… that is stretched very thin and cooked by wood fire;
Connecticut-style pizzas that have clams on top; and of course NY style pizza…
… which has a large pie with cheese that may need to be blotted…
… with a napkin because it’s so greasy.
Keep on reading…
New York Pizza
New York pizza is like the original pizzas from Southern Italy.
Immigrants from Naples brought it to New York and made changes along the way.
The crust is thick, but not as thick as in other places in America.
It uses flour that makes the dough chewy and gives it…
… a characteristic flavor because of minerals in New York City tap water.
The sauce is usually tomato base with garlic powder and oregano.
Cheese can be low-moisture mozzarella or other kinds of cheese…
… like parmesan cheese.
Some toppings are pepperoni, sausage, ziti (with pasta), ham…
… vegetables like olives or mushrooms.
Dried oregano and garlic powder are common condiments too.
Brooklyn is a part of New York City.
But, it has different pizza styles.
For example, Domino’s first came out with Brooklyn-style pizza in 2006 …
…that had a thinner crust and cornmeal for a crispier base.
Now, there are different types of Brooklyn pizza that…
… are slightly different from the rest of New York’s pizzas.
Chicago Style Pizza
Chicago-style pizza is different from other types of pizza.
It is called deep dish, and it has a round pie with tall edges…
… that are filled with toppings.
The cheese goes in first, and then the sauce is put on top.
This helps the cheese not burn while baking…
… which gives time for the crust to get crispy and fried-like.
Detroit Style Pizza
Detroit-style pizza is different than Italian pizza.
It has a deep crust and the sauce is put on top of it.
One reason for this is that people may have used…
… metal auto drip pans to make the pizzas.
The cheese is usually burned around the edges and cooked very well on the bottom.
California pizza is one type of food from California, which varies.
It is fresh and has vegetables like arugula pestos and goat’s cheese on it.
The dough is light. It was started in the Bay Area (specifically Chez Panisse)…
…. but it spread to other parts of California, too.
This style of pizza has a soft crust that is thin like the Neapolitan style…
… and gets cooked in a wood-fired oven.
The toppings can be fresh produce like kale or artichokes…
… or more fancy ingredients like bone marrow and paté.
Now, you have really paid an attention!
Chicken Cheese Pizza
Instead of adding a cheese topping, a fast food restaurant might want to…
… consider including a chicken cheese pizza’s topping as it gives it a unique flavor.
This will be especially true if the establishment specializes in Italian style pizzas.
Although chicken cheese pizza is already a protein rich food…
… this food can be put to a new spin by putting on a little seasoning.
The nutty flavor comes from the spice in the chicken that is…
… also a natural condiment for many foods.
If the food is frequently cooked with other ingredients…
… the chicken will also be seasoned as a natural condiment.
One new adaptation of this topping is putting on a conditioned brine…
… that flavors the food with salts and spices.
The chicken cheese pizza is another natural variation that has generated…
… much interest among pizza lovers.
This is a chicken cheese pizza baked in the red or green mold of the Italian pie.
Considered an invention of Italians, chicken cheese pizza is another…
… variation of the classic chicken and mushroom pizza.
Condiments range from the anchovy to the artichoke.
The hot salami is a close companion to the artichoke…
… pairing each with a unique flavor.
Broccoli and chicken cheese pizza is a common addition to a chicken pizza…
… adding a creamier version of the meat.
Greekslike to add a bit of everything to theircrust.
Here, that means olives, onions, and parsley.
The choice of pizza toppings is never truly forgotten…
… but sometimes it’s nice to step it up a bit.
Carnivores are the meat lovers of the group.
Filling the plate with marinated meat…
… they satisfy the meat craving with a well prepared topping and a little bit of spice.
The beauty of the meat is that it can be covered with a great number…
… of different sauces, and each seems to know exactly what to do with it.
These are the traditional favorites, but the diners may also like to add some…
… Hispanic flavors to theircliché.
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Chicken cheese pizza and Mexican tortilla sauce are always a good choice.
They can be spiced up any way that the customer wants…
… and the better the chef can prepare it, the tastier it will be.
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Let’s Hear a Story From Anne!
“I’m not one to order the same thing every time I go out.
I’m always looking for a new or different flavor from my usual toppings.
But, when it comes down to it, nothing beats pepperoni and sausage pizza!
Then, one day after scrolling through Instagram I came across…
… this amazing food blog that featured chicken cheese pizza…
… and immediately knew that’s what I wanted on my next trip to the restaurant.
The flavors mixed together were great…
… and made for a mouth-watering slice of perfection!
Now, everytime I go to the pizza deli I always order chicken cheese pizza!“
Here’s the real deal!
Chicken Cheese Pizza Recipe
3 (4-ounce) chicken breast cutlets
½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
⅛ teaspoon kosher salt
12 ounces refrigerated fresh pizza dough
2 tablespoons yellow cornmeal
1 ounce crumbled blue cheese
1 tablespoon fat-free milk
2 ounces shredded mozzarella
2 tablespoons grated Parmesan
⅛ teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon fresh basil
1 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano
Easy Way To Make Chicken Cheese Pizza
Follow our steps on making the best chicken cheese pizza!
Step 1: Place a pizza stone or heavy baking sheet in oven.
Preheat oven to 450° (keep pizza stone or baking sheet in oven as it preheats).
Step 2: Sprinkle both sides of chicken evenly.
Sprinkle your chicken with black pepper and 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt.
Heat a grill pan over medium-high heat.
Coat pan with cooking spray.
Add chicken to pan; sauté 3 minutes on each side or until chicken is done.
Let chicken stand 10 minutes, and slice thinly against the grain.
Step 3: Roll your dough
Roll dough into a 14 x 9-inch rectangle (or a 14-inch circle).
You should do this on a lightly floured surface; pierce dough with a fork.
Lightly coat dough with cooking spray.
Carefully remove pizza stone from oven.
Sprinkle cornmeal over pizza stone; place dough on pizza stone.
Step 4: Put the toppings!
Combine blue cheese and tomato sauce.
Spread mixture over uncooked pizza dough, leaving a 1/2-inch border.
Top with chicken, mozzarella, Parmesan, and 1/8 teaspoon salt.
Bake at 450° for 12 minutes.
Sprinkle with basil and oregano.
Your chicken cheese pizza is done!
All in all…
To Sum Up
We all love pizza, don’t we?
But sometimes the same old toppings is boring!
There are no boundaries on what you put and what not as your pizza toppings.
So, we thought why not putting cheese and chicken as toppings?
It turns out great and you will love it too!
Chicken cheese pizza could be your new favorite pizza!
Plus now you know how to make it by yourself.
It’s pretty simple right?
Grab your ingredients and start making one for you and your family.
Let us know how’s your experience and how you like your pizza!
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