Pizza is a common option for speedy meals, whether they are consumed at home or the workplace in Saudi Arabia. Bear in mind, however, that an excellent pie can be taken to the level of gourmet cooking by employing the appropriate crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings. Have a look at this tasty list, which details the most popular pizzas you should consider trying here in NKD Pizza.
- Neapolitan Pizza
No pizza comes close to matching the authenticity of Neapolitan pizza. It was in Naples, Italy, in the 18th century when this delectable dish was first created. During this period, the citizens of this seaside city who were less affluent were known to frequently purchase food that was both inexpensive and simple to make.
Fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, basil leaves, oregano, and olive oil are the distinguishing characteristics of Neapolitan pizza. Due to the delicate nature of the dough, a Neapolitan pizza cannot accommodate a substantial amount of toppings.
- Chicago Pizza
The city of Chicago, Illinois, is credited with being the birthplace of the pizza style today commonly referred to as deep-dish pizza. In the early 1900s, Italian immigrants in Chicago yearned for a taste of home in the form of the pizza they had grown up with in Naples.
Specifically, the Italians were searching for Naples-style pizza. Ike Sewell didn’t want to bake a pie that was too thin so he prepared a pizza with a crust that was similar to a pie and layered the components in the wrong order, starting with mozzarella slices, then moving on to meat, then vegetables and finishing with crushed tomatoes.
Sewell went on to start the now-iconic pizza business Pizzeria Uno, which he was inspired to do by the popularity of this one-of-a-kind pizza.
- New York-Style Pizza
The New York-style pizza is one of the most well-known regional varieties of pizza in the United States. It is characterised by its wide, foldable portions as well as its crispy outer crust. Some people believe that the minerals in the tap water of New York City are to blame for the unique flavour of a New York slice, which is a variation of pizza produced in the Neapolitan style.
- Sicilian Pizza
A thick piece of Sicilian pizza has soft dough, a crisp crust and a tomato sauce that is full of taste. You can have this square pizza with or without cheese and it’s standard practice to put the sauce on the bottom of the pizza and the cheese on the very top.
Following the conclusion of World War II, citizens of the United States learned about the Sicilian pizza brought to the country in the 19th century by Sicilians seeking asylum in the country.
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Now that you know the different types of pizzas available in Saudi Arabia, it’s high time to try and purchase our offerings now.