Give Your Pie some Pizzazz with Kikkoman
Pizza appears deceivingly simple: crust, sauce and cheese. Creativity comes with the toppings. From fried eggs to pineapple, if it exists, people have probably tried to put it on a pizza. Kikkoman Soy Sauce is a master sauce used in an array of dishes to bring out flavor and add an umami factor. It’s no surprise that when we started putting Kikkoman’s soy sauce and other sauces on pizza, the results were tasty. Here’s a few of our favorite recipes.
- When we think of pizza and breakfast, we tend to think of huddling in front of the fridge gnawing on cold pizza. Put a spin on your brunch offerings and prepare this Breakfast Pizza made with Kikkoman Soy Sauce. Topped with bacon and eggs, it has everything you could ask for in a brunch dish. The soy sauce enhances the flavor of the pizza sauce and cheese.
- Fresh veggies can add a nice texture to pizza. Arugula is often paired with prosciutto. Here we’ve teamed up arugula, sundried tomatoes and onions with our Kikkoman Teriyaki Baste & Glaze to create Grilled Arugula & Sundried Tomato Pizza. The result is a tangy blend of sweet sundried tomatoes and bitter arugula with a teriyaki kikk.
- By just switching out the sauce, you can have an entirely different pizza. Our classic Sweet & Sour Sauce tastes good on almost anything (fruit, burgers, pasta, chicken) and pizza is no exception. This Quick Cantonizza deserves to be in your week night dinner roundup. Keep extra sweet & sour sauce nearby to dip your crust in.
- Make your pizza healthier by skipping the meat and adding fresh vegetables like red and green bell peppers, squash and zucchini. Vegetables add a crunch and taste even better when covered in melted cheese. Our Veggie Pizza made with Soy Sauce adds a savory element to this pie. You can add almost any vegetable to this pizza- broccoli and Brussels sprouts are nice additions.