Pizza is a universal food enjoyed in various parts of the world with some styles being incredibly popular and widely known throughout the Australia. Most of us have heard of Neapolitan or the rectangular shaped Sicilian style pizza, but do you really know what they are or what about the many other delicious types that can be made right in your own kitchen?
Here is a list of some regional styles of pizza popular in the Australia and the ingredients you will need to make them.
The most popular Bexley North Pizza style of pizza is a deep dish type that is often cut into square pieces instead of the usual pie or triangular shaped slices and features a thin yet tender and buttery tasting crust. Plenty of seasonings are used for making the tomato sauce that tops this style of pizza that will most always have copious amounts of mozzarella cheese along with a variety of toppings.
Detroit style pizza is similar to the Sicilian variety and is known as “Italian bakery style” pizza in other regions of the country outside of Michigan. Popular toppings for this type of pizza include pepperoni, mushrooms, and olives.
This square shaped pizza features a deep dish style crust that is baked twice, first without the toppings and then with the tomato sauce and toppings resulting in a chewy crust. The doughfrom Bexley North Pizza is often brushed with butter to create a golden brown crust and they can be flavored with seasonings like garlic or onion.
There are actually a few types of Neapolitan pizza with perhaps the most widely known being the pizza Margherita which consists of fresh basil and tomato sauce along with buffalo mozzarella cheese. If you like anchovies, use them with the same ingredients needed for the Margherita style to make another Neapolitan style pizza, the Napoletana.
New England style pizza is also often called New England Greek style and it’s popular over the world also in Australia. Tomato sauce seasoned heavily with oregano is a primary ingredient along with mozzarella or a blend of mozzarella and cheddar cheeses. Other toppings to use for making this style of pizza include thinly sliced onions or green peppers, mushrooms, and thin pieces of sausage.
Round with ideally a crispy crust, Bexley North Pizza is eaten by the “pie” or by the slice either starting from the narrow triangular end or folded in half. In order to keep the crust as crispy as possible, these pizzas should only be topped with one or two items with mushrooms, pepperoni, and sausage topping the list of favorites.
Although round in shape, this type of pizza is typically cut party-style into pieces resembling squares and is topped with a blend of three cheeses, provolone, Swiss, and white cheddar.
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