Char Siu Pizza

A Fusion Of Cantonese BBQ Pork And Pizza

The pizza was created by Rose City Pizza in the San Gabriel Valley, just outside of Los Angeles, USA.

Hoisin sauce and cheese were first spreaded on the pizza. Char siu was added and then topped off with pickled red onion, spicy mustard and cilantro.

Source: FoodBeast

Pizza on Top of Pizza – New Pizza Created by Aoki’s Pizza in Japan

Nick Mountain

Nick Mountain is not just a pizza that overlaps. As the name suggests, it is characterized by meat being piled up like a mountain.

On the top are beef steak, hamburger, roast ham, Iberico bacon, sliced ​​bacon, sliced ​​bacon, bacon bits, grand alto bavarian, pepperoni, mini wine, pork sausage, Italian sausage.

And between the crusts, there are black beef ribs, chicken, specially ground meat, spicy meat sauce, taco meat, and raw ham.

The price for a medium size pizza is 2.918 yen and for a large size is 4,624 yen. Both prices included tax.

New Pizza: Quattro Pizza from Little Caesars in the US

The Quattro has four quadrants, each with its own toppings.

A quarter of the pizza consists of Pepperoni, another has Italian Sausage and Bruschetta, the third is Italian Sausage and Pepperoni, and rounding out the four sides is classic cheese.

The Quattro will be only around for a limited time, and is selling for US$7 per pie.

Video: Domino’s Has a New AI Tool to Assess Pizza Quality

In Australia and New Zealand, the company is debuting its DOM Pizza Checker, which is a smart scanning device that hangs above the cut bench at Domino’s locations and uses AI, machine learning, and sensor tech to assess the quality of the pizzas before they’re sliced and boxed up.

When the pizza arrives at the cut bench, DOM compares its quality to existing pizza images stored in its database and grades the pie based on whether it’s the right kind (e.g., thin crust versus thick) with the right toppings which are evenly distributed. If the pizza doesn’t pass muster, DOM will notify the team of human workers, who will make the pie again.

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Frozen Vegan Pizza with ‘Melty Stretchy’ Cheese to Launch in UK and Abroad

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Vegan food company One Planet Pizza is set to launch its range of frozen pizzas complete with new cheese in the UK and abroad over the coming weeks.

One Planet Pizza has partnered Heather Mills’ company VBites to create what it describes as its ‘melty, stringy, fully pull-worthy vegan Cheezly pizzas’. The change was prompted by the company – founded by father and son team, Mike and Joe Hill – wanting to create a pizza with cheese that imitated the taste and texture of traditional dairy mozzarella.

The revamped range features One Planet Pizza’s flaxseed enriched dough, homemade tomato sauce, and hand-selected toppings, along with the Cheezly.

Vegan cheese

“We are super excited to start working closely with VBites to help bring delicious plant-based pizzas into the mainstream,” Joe Hill, Co-owner of One Planet Pizza, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

“Here at OPP, we’re always raising the bar (and dough) when it comes to vegan pizza! That’s why we’ve been working closely with Vbites to develop this amazingly delicious new cheezly that now melts, stretches and pulls like never before!”

Melting cheese

“We are happy to be collaborating with the passionate team at One Planet Pizza and excited to announce they are using the new VBites melting cheezly,” Jasper Wilkins, Head Of Marketing for VBites, added.

“The new range of Cheezly pizzas will be making their way into One Planet Pizza’s 450 international stockists (as well as being available from Ocado) over the next few weeks.”

One Planet Pizza

The range – which carries four varieties of pizzas – was recently launched in online supermarket Ocado, alongside the 450 independent health food shops around the UK it retailed in.

“We had to expand our production very quickly in order to meet the increasing demand for our pizzas, including the launch on Ocado, and it’s great that our fans/customers will now be able to order online across the UK,” the Hills said. “Our pizzas continue to win awards for their taste and flavor, and Ocado, with its focus on healthy and ethical foods, is a perfect fit for us.

“We’re excited to welcome One Planet Pizza to our frozen range,” added Ocado Buying Manager Penina Kahtan.

“From its award-winning great taste to the compostable pizza box, this new launch will resonate with many of our customers, offering high-quality plant-based cuisine in a convenient format.”

Source: Plant Based News