Unusual pizza toppings from around the world

Pizza. It began humbly, as the flatbread in the fire of an ancient, Middle Eastern chef. From there it travelled to Europe, where Naples, Italy, made it the gastronomical star it is today. Now pizza is enjoyed in countries the world over. In South Korea you can find pizza garnished with corn kernels. In Laos, it may be topped with grated carrot. If you’re looking to branch out from your same old pepperoni slice, consider some of these international toppings:

  • Squid or eel (Japan)
  • Coconut (Costa Rica)
  • Fish and chips (Indonesia)
  • Ginger or goat (India)
  • Banana curry with smoked ham (Sweden)
  • Caviar (New York)
  • Fried egg (France)
  • Canned tuna (Germany)
  • Mashed potato (Brazil)

Have you experienced unique pizza toppings in your travels, or do you have an unusual favourite? If so, please share below.

Cambridge Pizza, a local pizzeria owned by three friends, is no stranger to creative toppings. They offer fun and delicious options such as eggplant, jalapeno pepper, broccoli, ginger, garlic and cilantro. For those who like to stick with what they know, Cambridge Pizza offers classic toppings like pepperoni, mushrooms and green pepper. If you’re having a debate with friends or family over which toppings to choose, try classic on one half and adventurous on the other. Call 519-622-2228 to place your order.

 

 

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