Are you ready? In the following article, we will discuss if Rosemary belongs on Pizza. Spoiler: of course it does, it’s fantastic! Did you know that Rosemary is a member of the Mint family, along with herbs such as oregano, thyme, basil, and lavender.
Rosemary as a topping on Pizza
As a herb, Rosemary is a fairly common pizza topping. I love putting it on with pear and goats cheese. Amazing!
Rosemary is so good on so many different pizzas, and pairs well with many other toppings. Try it both fresh after cooking the pizza, as well as an ingredient to be cooked like all the others.
A few interesting Pizza facts?
This doesn’t have anything to do with Rosemary on pizza, however here are three random pizza facts for you to sound like an expert;
Pizza fact 1: 93% of Americans have at least one slice of pizza per month
Pizza fact 2: The world record for the largest pizza is 122 feet, 8 inches in diameter
Pizza fact 3: 61% of Americans prefer thin crust pizza
Bonus Pizza Fact: We have lots of pizza articles on our website.
…which of these pizza facts did you already know?
Rosemary goes on Pizza with…
I’m a big believer in trying many combinations of pizza toppings, until you find the ones that suit you the best. However, to help you navigate the multitude of pizza styles and toppings, try these;
Rosemary and Pear
Tomato and Rosemary
Rosemary and Spinach
Don’t stop at those though, keep trying various combinations and amounts. I prefer 3-6 toppings; any more, and my pizza is too heavy and no topping stands out very well. That’s just my personal taste though.
Does Rosemary belong on Pizza?
Haven’t you being paying attention? Absolutely, it does!
If the idea of Rosemary on pizza really doesn’t appeal, there are many other herbs to try on your pizzas as well.
Heard this one? I’ve just burnt my Hawaiian pizza. I should have used aloha temperature. Ouch! Dad joke.
Try Rosemary on your next pizza!
Try this and a few other toppings and see what one you like most.
The next time you order or make a pizza, why not try some Rosemary on it, it really is fantastic. Perhaps even add some Spinach?