Looking for some new speciality pizzas. Got any good ones? Here are two of my Favorites… Bacon Cheeseburger. The sauce is ketchup and mayo. Topped with chopped up cooked burgers,diced bacon, diced tomatoes and onions, american and mozzarella. Or how bout Chicken Cheddar Bacon Ranch… Just like it says. Ranch for sauce. Topped with diced grilled chicken and bacon. Cheddar and Mozzarella for the binder.
Take your Cheeseburger Pizza, fresh chopped lettuce, tomato, and pickles…then a nice drizzle of Thousand Island dressing…you got our “Big Mac”. And no, we don’t call it that. We also have a “Chicken Bacon Club” that is one of our top sellers, Ranch dressing base, with chicken, bacon, red onion, finished with lettuce and diced tomato and a ranch drizzle. Our best selling “specialty pie” is our Jerk Chicken…you need to try this! Old Harbor Jerk Sauce/Marinade for the base, chicken, red onion, jalapeno slices, pineapple tidbits. When done, finish with some more pineapple for the cooling, make sure they are on, or with the jalapenos…and a drizzle of the Jerk sauce. And our Blance is an Alfredo Sauce base, fresh spinach UNDER the cheese, grilled chicken, bacon, and diced tomato.
Find the Jerk Sauce in your local grocer though and try it…promise it’s worth it.
We do a Bacon Cheeseburger pizza and we do use pickles on it the customers love it.
We have a spaghetti and meatball pizza
and Chili Pie
A gyro pizza and a chipolte BLT Pizza all of our specialty pizzas sell at about the same rate besides like our veggie or meat mania or bravo mix those of course have the highest sales.
We tried a California Rollin pizza hence California roll we had good reviews from the free samples but in the rural town we are in it just did not fly as far as sales we replaced that pizza on our menu with the chili pizza.
We called it our A&WP for the Atlanta & West Point Railroad that ran through town in its heyday, but it is also “artichoke & white pizza”
Garlic butter/oil base, light mozz/prov (your pizza cheese), sliced artichoke hearts, feta, garlic, fresh spinach and diced grilled chicken . . . . thin sliced tomato if you dare. Really, really good pizza with no red sauce.
If you want a “circus pizza”, we did a chili cheese dog pie with (in this order) light tomato sauce, american cheese, pretty light mozz cheese layer, bias sliced Ball Park beef franks, Hormel chili no beans, light mozz, shredded cheddar. Make sure ALL american cheese is covered by chili and/or mozz or it will burn fast. Bake . . . out of oven add raw diced red tomato, and a drizzle of mustard if desired. It’s a challenge to the over-40 digestive tract, but gooood eatin’.
We had two at Pizza Expo which were very well received:
GRILLED GORGONZOLA STEAKHOUSE PIZZA featuring our Hand-pinched-Style® Beef Topping[/url] and [url=http://www.burkecorp.com/index.php?option=com_burke_products&category_id=4&Itemid=67&task=features&page_template=T3]Bacon Pieces with Gorgonzola cream sauce, caramelized onions, garlic-sauteed spinach and mozzarella
CHORIZO MANCHEGO & AVOCADO PIZZA featuring our Hand-Pinched Style® Cooked Chorizo Sausage with olive oil, Roma tomato slices, roasted red peppers, mozzarella and Manchego cheese topped with cilantro and avocado[/list]
You can download all of our Pizza Expo Recipe Ideas and other Menu Inspiration pieces at http://info.burkecorp.com/menu-inspiration-2011/
I’ve posted this a few times on TT, don’t think anyone has had the nerve to do it yet.
Brown mustard sauce
Polish Sausage slices
We call it a “Ball Park”. It sounds terrible but tastes amazing. Try putting in on your buffet so people can try it risk free. We have a pretty strong cult following for that pie and the beauty is that you can charge specialty prices but it has an insanely low product cost.
My other one is the Spicy Buffalo Chicken:
Sauce 1/2 ranch 1/2 hot sauce
Light cheese (save yourself some money and let the other flavors stand out)
Encourage this one on a thin crust, it’s pretty amazing.