Are you a pizza lover looking for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about this delicious and versatile dish? Look no further! In this post, we will explore 5 common questions about pizza and provide you with interesting facts and valuable insights. So, let’s dive in!

  1. What are the most popular pizza toppings?

Pizza toppings vary widely depending on regional preferences and personal tastes. However, some of the most popular pizza toppings worldwide are pepperoni, mushrooms, bacon, avocado, and our homemade slow-cooked brisket and pulled pork.

Bloemfontein likes chicken on its pizza, but Johannesburg, Cape Town and Polokwane prefer a plain Margherita. Durban and Port Elizabeth prefer meatier toppings, according to Uber Eats, which released its latest figures on fast food orders in South Africa. Checkout our pizza combos HERE!

  1. How do I make a perfect homemade pizza dough?

Making homemade pizza dough is a fun and rewarding process. To make a perfect pizza dough, start by mixing high-quality flour, water, yeast, salt, and a little sugar. Knead the dough until it becomes smooth and elastic, then let it rise in a warm place for a few hours. Punch down the dough, shape it into a ball, and let it rest before rolling it out into a pizza crust. Pro tip: using cold water and allowing the dough to ferment in the refrigerator for 24-48 hours can enhance the flavor and texture of the crust. Alternatively, you can purchase pre-made bases from our Westville store!

  1. What’s the best type of cheese to use on pizza?

Mozzarella cheese is the most commonly used cheese on pizza due to its mild flavor, smooth melting properties, and stretchy texture. However, other cheeses such as provolone, cheddar, fontina, and Parmesan can also be used for added flavor and variety. Some pizza enthusiasts even opt for a blend of different cheeses to create a unique and indulgent pizza experience.

  1. How long should I bake my pizza for?

The baking time for a pizza depends on various factors, including the type of crust, thickness of toppings, and temperature of the oven. As a general guideline, a thin crust pizza usually takes around 10-12 minutes to bake at a high temperature of 450-500°F (230-260°C), while a thicker crust or deep-dish pizza may require 15-20 minutes or more. Keep a close eye on the pizza while it’s baking to ensure it doesn’t overcook.

  1. What’s the best way to reheat leftover pizza?

Reheating leftover pizza can be a challenge to maintain its original taste and texture. One of the best methods is to use a skillet on low heat. Place the pizza slice in the skillet, cover it with a lid, and heat it slowly until the crust becomes crispy and the cheese melts. Alternatively, you can also use a preheated oven or a pizza stone to reheat the pizza to perfection.

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