Japanese Pizza

Tired of the same junk food pizza? Tired of the same old ingredients? Here’s a site to help you out if you decide to make your own pie. Three whole pages of recipes at the Japanese Pizza Page

Most popular add on ingredient in Japanese pizza? Corn. I also like the tater tot pizza and the squid ink ones, too. So how can you go wrong here? Move over sushi, I want some Japanese pizza instead! Hold the mayonnaise though. Please.

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1 Response to Japanese Pizza

  1. Eric Eric says:

    Traditional Japanese pizza was more like a pancake, usually with a lot of cabbage. It was called Okonomiyaki. A couple years ago I went looking for the little eatery in L.A.’s Little Tokyo where I first gave it a try. Your post prompted me to look it up again.

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