A Minnesota eatery deserves international attention for its pizza with pickles, but the topping appears to be a very controversial pizza.
QC Pizza in Mahtomedi, Minnesota, sells a dish called the Big Dill pizza, made with dill-garlic sauce, 48-hour smoked Canadian bacon, pickles, and lots of cheese.
The pickle pizza certainly has its enthusiastic fans, but for tomato sauce and mozzarella traditionalists, the unexpected topping is something equivalent to blasphemy.
Yes or no? QC Pizza in Mahtomedi, Minnesota, sells a dish called the Big Dill pizza
Ingredients: it is made with dill-garlic sauce, 48-hour smoked Canadian bacon, pickles and lots of cheese
Strange: unlike traditional pizza, there is no red sauce – which is probably a good thing, given the pickles
Debate: since the court went viral, it has earned some very mixed responses online
The pickle pizza is not made from a red sauce at all and usually looks white and green when served. And on top of that there are many circular pieces of pickles, which almost look like a mirror version of pepperoni.
Because the dish went viral, it earned some very mixed responses online.
& # 39; It is becoming increasingly clear to me that we need a national conversation about what we call a pizza. This is not a pizza, & a 39 user wrote.
& # 39; If you put pickles on your pizza, you get the F *** out of my face & # 39 ;, another wrote, while a third said: & # 39; Pickle Pizza is probably the dirtiest thing I've ever experienced & # 39;
Point of controversy: people feel very enthusiastic about whether the pizza looks good or bad
And another: & # 39; Who the f *** was sitting there and said let's put pickles on a pizza ??? you need Jesus. & # 39;
But the strange pizza clearly tempts some customers, and other online people are intrigued.
& # 39; I absolutely want to try that pizza thing, & # 39; wrote one.
& # 39; I need pizza with pickles, & # 39; another said.
QC Pizza has a number of other unconventional pies, including taco pizza (made with sausage, taco-spiced cheddar, onions, lettuce, tomato, and Doritos) and the & # 39; sour pig & # 39; pizza (made with Canadian bacon, sauerkraut, red sauce and mozzarella).
That's interesting … Meanwhile, New York City eatery Lions and Tigers and Squares serves mustard pizza
Saucy: instead of tomato sauce, the dough is covered with mustard before it is put in the oven
Although the pickle pizza has certainly drawn a mixed opinion, it is not the only viral pizza that has generated strong reactions in the past year.
Last summer mustard pizza from Lions and Tigers and Squares in New York led to a debate because of the Detroit-style pies, made with a layer of mustard instead of tomato sauce.
& # 39; In Sicily this is punished with stoning & # 39 ;, wrote a critic at the time.
& # 39; This causes me to toggle & # 39 ;, another wrote, while a third added: & # 39; That's why the aliens won't visit us. & # 39;
Months earlier, Tony Boloney & # 39; s, with branches in Hoboken and Atlantic City, New Jersey, unveiled the Devour Ramen Pizza.
Using their noodle: Tony Boloney & # 39; s in Hoboken and Atlantic City, New Jersey offering a ramen pizza
Fusion: it is made with a ramen noodle crust, shoyu broth, pickled soy boiled egg and roasted sesame seeds
Made with a ramen noodle crust, it is garnished with shoyu broth, pickled soy boiled egg, rayu (a Japanese chili oil), shichimi tougarashi (a spice mix), wageri togarashi (another spice mix, nori flakes, spicy chili oil, spring onions, and roasted sesame seeds.
Owner Mike Hauke, 37, created it in collaboration with Instagram food couple Devour Power, consisting of Greg Remmey and Rebecca Leigh West-Remmey.
They helped Mike visit more than 30 windows restaurants over the course of three months to learn different flavor profiles and recipes, according to insider, to make the specialty pizza.
& # 39; I brought three different types of cakes, ramen style, & # 39; he said. & # 39; And they were like, "What do you mean, are you kidding?" And I thought, "No, no, we're going to do this right, you know."
He added: & # 39; And we narrowed the flavor profiles that we liked, and we ran away with them. & # 39;
Sparkle slice: DogWoods, an Italian restaurant in Santa Monica, California, sells this & # 39; Magical AF & # 39; pizza
Gooey glitter: it's just an ordinary cheese pizza with edible glitter sprinkled on the cheese in a rainbow pattern
Was founded! The pizza debuted in December 201 for a limited time, but came back due to popular demand
And in later 2017, Dagwoods, an Italian restaurant on Wilshire Blvd. in Santa Monica, began serving glittering rainbow slices.
The pizza & # 39; Magical AF & # 39; is just an ordinary cake with cheese and tomato sauce, except that the mozzarella on top is saturated with edible glitter sprinkled in a rainbow motif.
The cake has pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple glitter from the crust and circles to the center.
Some social media commentators were skeptical that a glitter-covered pizza could taste good, but those who tried it and posted photos online promised that it was just like a regular cheese pizza.
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