9 tasty topping combinations for ham pizzas

February 6, 2014

Even alone, ham adds a new flavour to your favourite pizza recipes. Discover nine ingredients you can mix with your ham to get a new, delicious pizza taste.

Ham is rich in protein and its flavour when mixed with cheese is sublime. Whether you like a thin crust or a thick, chewy one, ham pizza is always tasty.

Ham pizza suits any topping

Ham on pizza is popular because of all its possible garnish combinations. You might want to try a few of these delicious mixes with your ham pizza:

  1. Green olives
  2. Pineapple
  3. Herbs and asparagus
  4. Feta cheese and olives
  5. Figs and goat cheese
  6. Mozzarella and zucchini ribbons
  7. Artichoke and Swiss cheese
  8. Palm hearts
  9. Red and yellow peppers and broccoli

For a well-balanced meal

Accompanying your ham pizza with a few raw vegetables will add a little colour to your plate while you fill up on healthy foods. A green salad topped with fresh vegetables will also look great on your plate and feel good in the body.

A little history

Pizza has been one of the most popular Italian dishes since the sixteenth century. In the past, street vendors—the precursors to the pizza delivery person—transported pizzas to the homes of clients. The pizzas were carted in a multi-layered copper recipient. The box would be fitted with a double bottom that was filled with burning charcoal to keep the pizzas hot.

Today, of course, pizzas are delivered in simple insulated boxes for unequalled taste and freshness.

9 tasty topping combinations for ham pizzas


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