Pizza Topping Recipes

Create delicious pizza topping recipes with Suprima's quality pizza dough. Great for your bakery, cafe or restaurant.

Create Delicious Pizza Toppings on Frozen Pizza Dough

Do you want to serve delicious pizza to your customers? Whether you own a bakery, cafe or restaurant, pizza is one of the most popular foods in the world and a great addition to any menu.

While authentic Italian pizza dough can take upwards of 24-hours to ferment, our new pizza dough bases can help you make pizza like a true pizzaiolo without needing to spend hours in the kitchen.

Keep reading to learn more about Suprima’s pizza dough range and some of the best pizza topping recipes you can add to your menu.

Developed by our team of professional bakers, product specialists and food technicians, our quality pizza dough range includes:

Best Pizza Topping Recipes

Pizza may have originated in Italy, but over the years pizza recipes have crossed several international waters and many time zones to become one of the world’s most favourite dishes.

While some traditional Italian pizza topping recipes do make the list, many popular pizza topping recipes are from more recent and Americanised adaptations.

Some of the best and most popular pizza topping recipes are listed below.

Margherita pizza

Hailing from Naples in Italy, the Margherita pizza is traditional, simple and delicious.

To make a Margherita pizza, you only need three key ingredients; fresh mozzarella, fresh basil and the all-important crushed San Marzano tomato sauce.

Pepperoni pizza

Pepperoni pizza may not have originated in Italy, but similar to traditional pizza topping recipes, the pepperoni pizza only uses a few simple ingredients.

To your pizza dough base, just add your tomato pizza sauce, mozzarella and thin slices of pepperoni.

Vegetable supreme

While there are many adaptations of a vegetable supreme pizza, no recipe will contain meat as this pizza topping recipe is for vegetarians and veggie lovers alike.

From eggplant, capsicums and artichokes to pineapple and mushrooms, there are many ingredients you can add to a vegetable supreme pizza.

Hawaiian pizza

The classic Hawaiian pizza is a crowd-pleaser and kid’s birthday party favourite.

Made with pizza sauce, cheese, cooked ham and pineapple, the Hawaiian pizza has been the centre of a long-lasting debate over whether or not pineapple belongs on pizza.

Meat lovers’ pizza

A classic example of a pizza recipe that originated in America, the meat lovers’ pizza is one of the most popular pizzas in the world.

True to the name, a meat lovers’ pizza may be topped with a variety of cooked and cured meats including salami, pepperoni, ground beef, Italian sausage, bacon and sliced ham.

Gourmet pizza topping recipes

When it comes to top pizza topping recipes, some people like to be a little more sophisticated or tantalise their tastebuds. And, for those people, pineapple on pizza simply won’t do.

Below are some of the most popular gourmet pizza topping recipes:

  • Pesto, sun dried tomato and mozzarella
  • Fig, blue cheese and prosciutto
  • Italian pork sausage, mozzarella and rocket
  • Mushroom, mozzarella, prosciutto and grilled artichoke
  • Aussie pizza, usually with some combination of ham and pineapple with eggs and bacon

How to Prepare Your Pizza Dough Step by Step

If you are ready to add these pizzas to your menu, there are a range of options for how to make your pizza base. You can make it from scratch, which requires plenty of space and you’ll need to spend hours preparing, kneading and proofing the pizza dough.

Alternatively, you could save yourself hours of time by using Suprima’s frozen pizza dough balls.

Below are the simple steps needed to prepare frozen pizza dough in half the time it would take to make dough from scratch.

  • Place the dough on a tray after removing it from the freezer.
  • Thaw the dough in a refrigerator at 4°C in racks covered with retard cover for a minimum of 12 hours and a maximum of 20 hours.
  • Remove the dough from the refrigerator and allow its core temperature to rise to 12°C – 15°C.
  • Pin out the dough to its required pan size (applying flour or semolina will prevent sticking). Once pinned, place it in an oiled pizza pan.
  • Proof the dough in a proofer for one hour or on a rack until it has reached the desired size.
  • Take the pan and dock the dough.
  • Top the pizza dough with your choice of toppings.
  • Preheat the pizza oven to 270°C.
  • Bake the pizza dough at 270°C for 4 minutes, or until completely baked.
  • Carefully remove your baked pizza from the pan and serve hot.

Our Frozen Pizza Dough Range:

Developed by our team of professional bakers, product specialists and food technicians, our quality frozen pizza dough range include:

Preparing dough from scratch is a much longer and more difficult process. It can be very time-consuming which can also impact productivity.

Make a Trade Enquiry

Let’s save your bakery or food business time and money by using our range of convenient and versatile doughs that you bake fresh. Contact the team at Suprima Bakeries today.

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