A Deep Fried Mushroom Pizza from Guido's Fast Foods, Shawlands, Glasgow. Pizza (ˈpiːtsə, in Italian:) is a popular dish made with an Oven -baked flat generally round Bread that is covered with tomatoes or a tomato-based Pizza has a long complex and uncertain history that often inspires heated debate Pizza delivery is a service in which a pizzeria delivers a Pizza, usually ordered by telephone or Internet to a customer Pizza (ˈpiːtsə, in Italian:) is a popular dish made with an Oven -baked flat generally round Bread that is covered with tomatoes or a tomato-based A calzone ( Italian "stocking" or "trouser" or "drooping sack" or "hanging fold" sometimes referred to as a italian sac, is Stromboli is a type of turnover filled with various cheeses Italian meats or vegetables Focaccia (foˈkatːʃa foe-CAH-cha) is a flat oven-baked Italian Bread, which may be topped with herbs or other ingredients Greek pizza can refer to either of two styles of Pizza. One usage refers to a pizza with typically Greek ingredients as toppings Feta cheese, Lahmacun, Lahmajoun (lahmaˈdʒun or lahm bi-`ajĩn (From Arabic لحم بعجين lahm bi-`ajĩn, "meat with dough" also known known Manakish or Manaeesh ( Arabic: مناقيش sometimes called معجنات ma-ujna'at "pastry" is a Levantine food consisting of dough topped Mexican pizza is a Pizza -like dish made with ingredients typical of Mexican cuisine. thumb|right|300px|Pissaladiere niçoise Pissaladiere or Pissaladina ( pissaladiera in Provencal) is a type of Pizza made in southern Sardenara or Sardenaira is a classic snack from West Liguria similar to a Pizza, baked in very large rectangular baking trays and generally bought from a bakery in Sicilian pizza, also known as Sfincione (or Sfinciuni in Sicilian language) is a variety of Pizza with ingredients sometimes incorporated into New York-style pizza is a common style of Pizza, originating from New York City. Chicago-style pizza is a deep-dish Pizza style developed in Chicago. New Haven-style pizza is a style of Neapolitan Pizza common in and around New Haven, Connecticut, locally known as "Apizza" California-style pizza (also known as gourmet pizza or California pizza) is a style of single-serving Pizza that combines New York and Italian thin St Louis-style pizza is a distinct Style of Pizza popular in St Detroit-style pizza is a style of Pizza, developed in Detroit, Michigan, that is very close to the Sicilian style pizzas, or is also known in Hawaiian pizza is a Pizza which usually consists of a Cheese and Tomato base with pieces of Ham and Pineapple. The World Pizza Championship is an event held every year to determine the world's best Pizza makers The Long Island Pizza Festival & Bake-Off is an annual charity event that takes place on Long Island, New York. A pizza cutter (or pizza wheel) is a Utensil that is used to cut Pizzas The use of a pizza cutter instead of a standard Knife avoids the A mezzaluna is a chopping instrument consisting of a single or double curved Blade with a handle on each end Pizza cheese is a pasteurized Process cheese food designed to melt well on Pizza while remaining chewy Mozzarella is a generic term for several kinds of originally Italian Cheeses that are made using spinning and then cutting (hence the name the Italian verb Tomato pie is a type of Pizza that is common in Italian populations around the world A pizza bagel is a Bread product traditionally topped with Pizza toppings Grilled Pizza was introduced in the United States at the Al Forno restaurant in Providence Rhode Island by owners Johanne Killeen and George Germon in 1980 Garlic fingers are an Atlantic Canadian dish similar to a Pizza in shape and size and made with the same type of Dough. Garlic knots are an Appetizer found in many Pizzerias around the world Sausage bread, often called "Heart-Attack Pizza" (because of the high fat and Cholesterol content of its ingredients is an American food, made of
Deep-fried pizza is a dish available in many chip shops in Scotland. Fish and chips (sometimes written " fish ’n’ chips " is a popular Take-away food originating from the United Kingdom. Scotland ( Gaelic: Alba) is a Country in northwest Europethat occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain. It originated in the late 1970s and typically consists of the cheapest of cash and carry pizzas, though a choice of "toppings" is often available, usually plain (cheese and tomato), mushroom or onion. A mushroom is the fleshy Spore -bearing Fruiting body of a Fungus, typically produced above ground on soil or on its food source Organicsalsajpg||thumb|right|Onions used in salsa.]]Cooked onions in frying pan Served as a "Pizza Supper" (with chips) or single (without chips) in whole and half pizza portions. French fries ( North American English; sometimes not capitalized chips ( British English) fries or French-fried potatoes (formal A common accompanying beverage is Irn-Bru, a carbonated soft drink. Irn-Bru (pronounced iron brew ˈaɪɚn ˈbruː is a popular carbonated Soft drink produced in Scotland.
Whole pizzas can be served cut in half with chips in the middle, creating a pizza and chip "sandwich". A sandwich is a food item made of two or more slices of Bread with one or more layers of a filling
In the east coast of Scotland they can be served with "Salt and Sauce"—with the pizza smothered in brown sauce before being folded in half. In the United States, steak sauce is a generic term used for various premade sauces for serving with meat In the west they are generally served with "salt n vinegar and brown sauce" which is self explanatory. Most chippies will not fold the pizza in the west. They may put the pizza on top of chips before wrapping in paper but they will serve the meal in a pizza box on request.
This pizza is deep fried without batter, although another variation known as a "Pizza Crunch" consists of a large, battered slice of pizza deep fried, usually served with chips. Deep frying is a Cooking method in which food is submerged in hot oil or Fat. Batter is a liquid mixture usually based on one or more Flours combined with liquids such as Water, Milk or Beer. However in Fife it is quite common for the whole pizza to be fried in batter.
In Italy there are two local versions of deep fried pizza. The most elaborated recipe consists in two layers of pizza dough sealed one on top of the other with a filling of tomato, cheese, meats and so on in the middle. The simpliest recipe consist in a plain disc of pizza dough taken and deep-fried without any topping, and flavoured with salt (or sugar) after it's cooked.
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