How To Season Pizza – Try These 7 Combinations!

How To Season Pizza
How To Season Pizza

How do you season a pizza? That is of course the question. Do you want to season your pizza in the ‘normal’ way or just a little bit different? I list the herbs in this blog and choose what you like. You can really make the pizza a party a la your style. You usually start with a tomato sauce on the bottom of the pizza. Place this homemade pizza tomato sauce or pizza sauce that you have purchased on the pizza, after which you cover the pizza with vegetables, fruit and herbs. If you have made tomato sauce for the pizza yourself, you can season it with Italian herbs, for example, because otherwise the sauce tastes a bit flat.

There will still be a number of questions about the seasoning and topping of pizza:

  • Do you want spicy pizza, with fresh herbs or dried ones?
  • Do you want pizza with cheese or meat substitutes or meat?
  • What vegetables or other seasonings do you put on the pizza?

Herbs are important to just finish the pizza and to be able to enjoy it twice as much. If you want to make your own tomato sauce, you can find it in our blog ‘How to make tomato sauce’.

Below are the herbs that you can use and further on are combinations of herbs that I really like and that others also like.

Pizza Seasoning You Can Do With:

  • Italian spice mix
  • Oregano
  • Basil
  • salt
  • smoked paprika (a little bit)
  • Pepper (black, white, red or green)
  • onion powder
  • Lovage (maggi plant)
  • Garlic (spice) fresh or garlic powder
  • Parsley
  • Curry
  • Chicken seasoning (on your chicken pieces)
  • Thyme
  • rosemary and
  • arugula
  • shawarma spices

You can go a long way with dried herbs. If you want fresh herbs on your pizza, you have to wash it. Then pick or zip the leaves from the twigs. Soft herbs are best mixed with the tomato sauce when they have been finely chopped. Thyme, a hard herb, can be sprinkled between the vegetables. Be careful not to overdo it as it can overpower.

You can also stir garlic into the tomato sauce before placing it on the pizza base. When the tomato sauce comes from a jar, it usually has some garlic in it. Read the ingredients list and try it. If you think there is too little garlic in it, you can always add it.

 

Other Seasonings That Are Also Delicious To Season Your Pizza

  • garlic sauce
  • BBQ sauce
  • All kinds of cheese (mozzarella, gorgonzola, matured, for example)
  • Pesto
  • Olives
  • tomatoes
  • Sesame seed
  • Paprika
  • Onions
  • artichoke hearts
  • Broccoli
  • all kinds of fruits like pineapple
  • mushrooms
  • Meat/chicken (possibly vegetarian or vegan)
pizza seasoning

Pizza spice mix

Now that the pizza is topped with tomato sauce, vegetables, meat (substitutes) or cheese, you can add the herbs. Find tasty pizza spice mix here and find one that seems like the perfect end to you!

Combination 1:

  • garlic (powder)
  • onion powder
  • Italian spice mix
  • smoked paprika (careful, it’s too much quickly)
  • salt and pepper

Combination 2:

  • thyme
  • rosemary
  • salt and pepper
  • garlic

Combination 3:

  • salt and pepper
  • chicken seasoning or
  • curry over, for example, meat/chicken (substitutes)
  • arugula or parsley

Combination 4:

  • shawarma seasoning with meat substitute or shawarma
  • Pepper and salt
  • spring onions
    (delicious with garlic sauce)

Combination 5:

  • Oregano
  • basil
  • pepper and salt
  • onion powder
    (delicious with BBQ sauce)

Combination 6:

  • Pesto homemade or bought dripping on the tomato sauce
  • bell pepper – onion – mushrooms
  • Cheese
  • arugula leaf

Combination 7:

  • Pesto on the homemade pizza base
  • On top, slices of tomato – onion – self-chosen vegetables
  • Cheese

Make especially to your own taste pizza spice combinations such as the examples described above. It is of course also true that it is not only herbs that give the taste. Vegetables, fruit and (vegetarian) meat and cheese can also help with this, as described above.

Have fun making your pizza and enjoy your meal!

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