Pizza is incomplete without a crust of your choice. As the foundation of both the pizza itself and the recipe used to make it, the crust has always been a main target for pizza innovation due to its ability to entirely change the dynamic of a pizza. Not only does it help dictate taste, texture, thickness, and topping selection on your pie, but it also affects the presentation and appearance as well as your prep work and baking.
Here is a list of 10 tasty pizza bases we love!
This is the basic domino's style pizza that we get, This crust is bready, but it hits the spot. This is the cheapest of all.
Cheese on cheese on cheese is the perfectway to describe this type of crust. If a four-cheese pizza isn't enough for you, why not stuff some more of it into the crust? The gooey richness fulfills every cheese lover's dream.
This kind of crust has a nice crunchy mouthfeel and a balance of cheese and crunch. You won't get overpowered by a huge piece ofbread at the end of each slice. So, if you judge a pizza by the quality of its toppings, this is the best type of pizza crust for you.
If you are looking for a hearty slice, Sicilian is certainly on the road to deep dish level pizza.It does have a hefty crust to topping ratio, so be prepared.Embrace Sicilian's squareness because it makes the whole pizza experience a bit less messy.
Chicago-style pizza is pizza prepared according to several different styles developed in Chicago. The most famous is deep-dish pizza. The pan in which it is baked gives the pizza its characteristically high edge which provides ample space for large amounts of cheese and a chunky tomato sauce.
Neapolitan crust pays homage to the pizza motherland: Italia. The perfect thickness of the crust and the heavenly airiness of each bite takes you straight to a little pizzeria in Roma.Mozzarella cheese and San Marzano tomatoes or Roma tomatoes are used here in this kind of pizza.
New York-style pizza is pizza made with a characteristically large hand-tossed thin crust, often sold in wide slices to go. The crust is thick and crisp only along its edge, yet soft, thin, and pliable enough beneath its toppings to be folded in half to eat.
Typically this style islighter and airier making it ideal for appetizers and personal-sized pizzas. Because it isn’t as filling as other crust types, and makes health-conscious customers feel less guilty about eating pizza. Often times the artisan look of flatbread crust also makes them an appealing option for gourmet and trendy toppings like balsamic and spinach.
Definitely not thin crust, and the least thick of the thick varieties at about half an inch, the traditional pan pizza is a happy medium for most pizza lovers. This is the style of crust that was made widely popular by Pizza Hut, and is characterized by its buttery, pan-fried taste and texture on the outside, with a soft and chewy center.
TheHand Tossed pizzacrust is thinner than the Handmade Pan, but thicker than the Crunchy Thin.Hand Tossedcrust dough is kneaded and stretched to your preferred size. Once it's cooked, this crust is accented with a garlic-oil season blend.
So here were some of my favourites, let me know about your favourite crusts in the comments section below!
In pizza, we *crust* !