Onions, Venison Pepperoni, Chicken, Capsicums, Smokey BBQ Sauce & Bacon. All on a base with Hell's special recipe Tomato base, Mozzarella Cheese, Herbs & Spices.
Chicken is by far my most favourite topping when it comes to pizza, well that and cheese. Last night when we had Hell's Pizza for dinner I decided to try something different than my usual go to Trouble pizza. After looking through the extensive menu with such a variety of pizzas to choose from I decided on the Mordor pizza. Though I had to admit a few changes needed to be made as I can be rather fussy with certain foods, so off came the capsicums and off came the onions, everything else looked just right.
I received my hot pizza topped with lashings of yummy toppings venison pepperoni, chicken, bacon and smokey BBQ sauce and of course lots of mozzarella cheese, herbs and spices, I couldn't wait to try it. The pizza tasted really good it was easy to taste each of the ingredients in each bite, the pepperoni was hot but not to hot and the smokey BBQ sauce seemed to compliment the other toppings just perfectly. The base was crisp and golden but not to hard it was just right and worked well on this top of pizza.
Would I get this pizza again?, I'm not sure don't get me wrong it tasted fine but I think I prefer my Trouble over it, though maybe id get it again as a change?
I love spicy foods. Not so keen on chicken on my pizza or capsicum. There is just something about the combination of flavours that turns me off. Fortunately, this pizza was different. The addition of Smoky BBQ sauce and bacon helped lift the pizza past the drab taste of chicken.
The base, while pretty standard for a pizza, did seem more able to keep the topping on better than others I have tried. The cheese was nice and tasty, not too overpowering.
I would choose this pizza again, even though it is a chicken pizza. The price is right and the combo of flavours kicks a**. :)
Not as big a fan of chicken, as opposed to other dead critters, ono my pizzas, so I wasnt too sure whether or not I was going to like this one at all. After gorging myself on the Lust pizza I figured this one would be worth a try at least. After all it smelled really good and I do like a spicy pizza. What a delight! Plenty of cheese, easy on the burny-mouthy stuff but enough to give a nice tingle as aftertaste, enough flesh to satisfy my carnivor cravings but not so much as to be OTT. If I had to point out one little flaw, this one had a bit too much onion for my prefs, especially on a non-beef pizza. Onion and chicken arent the best combo in my book, but then some might like it like that. Still, this was by far one of the yummiest chicken pizzas I have tasted in a l-o-n-g time, and it might even become a favourite, who knows.
A popular pizza with the chicken fans, I hear, but sorry to say not one of my favoured ones.
Nothing wrong with it by any means, but just not really my preferred pizza. Call me picky, but I prefer beef over other meats when it comes to pizzas.
Still, if it's your thing, you'll probably love it. I did enjoy the spicy aftertaste, and from the menu can see that this can be adjusted to suit even the most fire-retardent tastebuds' preferences. Worth a try at least once, you might be surprised.
Chicken are not my most favoured pizzas, but this one kinda took me by surprise. The last time I tried it, the Venison Pepperoni was really delightful... and this time was the same, though the chicken really came through as the dominant flavour... at least at the start. After a few seconds of chewing, you start to taste the spices coming through, and by the time you have finished the first slice, you have a lovely warm tingle throughout your mouth... this leads into the next slice, and the next, and the... hey... wait a minute... weren't there more slices here somewhere?
Though this was a spicy pizza, I found that it didn't leave a burning sensation, though if you specify a 'chilli rating' at the time of ordering, they can fire it up for sure. The default is really quite pleasant, especially as too many years of brutally scorching my mouth with chilli sauce on my kebabs has left me with the desire to learn to appreciate flavour without fire.
As with all their pizzas, the price reflects the quality, and the gourmet aspect of it. This is not a mass-produced pizza thrown together by untrained staff working for minimum wage, but is hand-made to order by experienced staff who have a passion for providing you with seriously yum munchies.
Overall, another excellent pizza, especially for those who prefer something less moo-like.
Random listing from 'Food'...
Our quinoa stands out from imported quinoa: it is grown using sustainable farming methods and is not processed or polished, as it does not contain bitter saponins found in most other quinoa varieties.
The end result is a whole, unadulterated grain which has a rich, nutty flavour and is ready to cook with minimal rinsing. At Kiwi Quinoa we believe this adds to what is already a truly amazing food.
All trademarks, images and copyrights on this site are owned by their respective companies.
KIWIreviews is an independent entity, part of the ePLURIBUS.nz Network. This is a free public forum presenting user opinions on selected products, and as such the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinion of KIWIreviews.co.nz and are protected under New Zealand law by the "Honest Opinion" clause of the Defamation Act of 1992. KIWIreviews accepts no liability for statements made on this site, under the assumption that they are the true and honest opinions of the individual posters. In most cases, prices and dates stated are approximate and should be considered as only guidelines.
"What do you do when you discover an endangered animal that only eats endangered plants?"