The secret to a great tasting pizza is all in the topping. However, different ingredients take a different amount of time to cook. So in the interests of great flavour and avoiding food poisoning, here’s what you should definitely pre-cook.
Bread bakes a lot faster than lamb, chicken or sausage. If you don’t want the hassle of cooking meat, go for smoked salmon, chorizo, salami or other cured meats.
Strong, leafy vegetables
In today’s health-conscious times, kale, chard, and broccoli are both guilt-busting and delicious. Blanch or roast them first, but be sure to remove any water to avoid them leaving you with a soggy pizza base.
Root vegetables such as squash add a hearty, delicious texture and flavour to your pizza – unless eaten raw. Then they’re about as awful as uncooked meat (though not so dangerous).
Cooking mushrooms remove moisture and concentrate the flavour. You can also season with your favourite spices, garlic or sauces to add that extra kick.
Now add herbs.
Once you’ve added your toppings, bring them to life with your favourite herbs. Basil and oregano work great on pizza, as dosage and fennel. For an Asian touch, you might like to try coriander, which works great with lamb and yogurt.
At Roamin, we pride ourselves on our toppings, not only the quality of the food but the amount of delicious topping you get with every bite – you can SEE the difference. At Roamin’ Pizza we also have our takeaway shop, which means you are able to try your pizza first before booking us for your event, that’s how confident we are that you will love our toppings. We also cater our menu to the tastes and dietary needs of all of your guests. Whether it’s a gluten intolerance or particular allergy, it only takes one food incident to ruin your event for a guest.