Where you live can determine the type of pizza you eat. Whether deep dish or New York style pizza, every pizza lover has some favourite toppings. With these choices and variations, a pizza can be made different ways countless times.
For many pizza lovers, meat is the main topping of choice. Some of the most popular meat pizza toppings are pepperoni, salami, turkey, Canadian bacon, beef, ham, chicken, bacon, meatballs, veal and ground pork.
Chicken tops the list of healthy pizza toppings, adding vitamin B, zinc and selenium, an immune system booster, to the pie.
Vegetarians or people who enjoys a meatless pizza can add different non-meat toppings to their pies. Some of these toppings include, but are not limited to, black olives, onions, red peppers, spinach, garlic, pineapple, tomatoes, broccoli and mushrooms.
Some of these toppings are also the most healthy choices for a pizza. Onions provides fibre and vitamin C, while red peppers are full of additional vitamins and antioxidants. Spinach is full or iron, which helps build the blood as well as lutein, which is healthy for your eyes. Pineapple is a digestive aid, contains vitamin C and is an anti-inflammatory. Broccoli is a good source of fibre.
Some more nontraditional toppings for your pizza pie include eggs, currants, cranberries, raisins, pine nuts, peanut butter, jelly, apricots, pecans and almonds. While these may not be the norm for pizza toppings, some pizza lovers have mastered the art of trying new toppings to achieve the perfect pizza.
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