Our famous BBQ sauce, mozzarella cheese, bacon, onion and a swirl of mild american mustard.
Yum yum, tastes just like a squashed hot dog would. They did well to match the flavours. My pick of the new pizza menu.
The mustard isn't too spicy, which I like, but you know it's there.
Goes well on the deep dish base.
Of the new variations of pizza toppings popping up at Domino's and other pizza places lately I feel this is one that deserves to stick around. The chunky-style chopped onion and swirl of mustard gave the pizza a needed uplift without going too far. I had this topping on The Edge crust and found it to be a good combination.
The mustard was just spicy enough to go well with the other ingredients. I have had other spicy pizzas in the past from other retailers and they have blown my tastebuds to shreds. This is the first one I tasted that didn't have me screaming and reaching for the cold water. I wonder, also, if the substitution of ham for bacon could help for people who might have a problem with sodium.
Overall, a good variation on a standard pizza which will go down well with most.
Of the three newest pizzas in the Domino's range I found this to be the one I liked the most. With the tasty, but not too spicy, mustard swirl and the chunky onion, this really was a delicious new addition to the family range.
Personally, I would have used a savoury tomato base instead of the BBQ, and added some ham to the topping to compliment and tone down the saltiness of the bacon, but then, I am a picky sod at heart when it comes to food.
Overall, a good pizza to choose if you are looking for something to wake up the tired old tastebuds, without burning them out entirely. Not my first choice, but certainly high enough up the list that it will probably get another shot before it comes off 'promo' menu and either joins the ranks for keeps, or vanishes into the archives to await it's next presentation to the market.
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