Britain’s most hated pizza toppings revealed – and there’s a surprising verdict on pineapple

SARDINES, pickles and pineapple are acceptable pizza toppings – however baked beans, rhubarb and oysters are a no-go, based on a ballot.

A research of two,000 Brits has settled the talk on what toppings ought to – and shouldn’t – function on a pizza, with eggs, avocado and spinach additionally among the many controversial toppings that additionally make nice additions.

A study has found the most hated pizza topping voted for by Brits


A research has discovered essentially the most hated pizza topping voted for by BritsCredit score: Getty
Sardines have been rated as an acceptable topping


Sardines have been rated as a suitable toppingCredit score: Getty

Nonetheless, the ever-debatable topping of pineapple featured as essentially the most acceptable topping of all, with 80 per cent in settlement.

However oysters, rhubarb and beetroot are positively off the menu, in addition to something candy, comparable to strawberries, cherries and chocolate.

The analysis, commissioned by TABASCO Model to have fun nationwide pizza month, additionally discovered 64 per cent get tired of ‘customary’ pizza toppings.

Whereas 48 per cent wish to experiment with what’s on high of their pies to make issues extra fascinating.

However pizza followers don’t simply restrict their experimenting to pineapple and ham anymore, with some flavour connoisseurs admitting to making an attempt – and having fun with – over-the-top components like peanut butter and jam, marshmallows and even crocodile.

A spokesman for the new sauce maker mentioned: “Pineapple, eggs and sizzling sauce can all be controversial additions in the case of pizza.

“So we’re excited to spark a toppings debate to find what else Brits consider ought to and shouldn’t be served up on pies.”

The research additionally discovered pizzas are getting saucier within the UK, with 49 per cent utilizing them for drizzling over or dipping slices into them so as to add extra flavour.

Pizza-lovers are even dialling up the warmth, with 46 per cent spicing them up.

Of these, 25 per cent will go for ‘very spicy’ on their slices of tacky goodness.

Along with going ‘OTT’ on toppings, folks have additionally admitted to the quirky methods they eat their pizzas with 47 per cent believing it’s acceptable to eat the crust first.

And 53 per cent assume it’s effective to eat a slice chilly, and 47 per cent reckon it is OK to have it for breakfast the following day.

One factor’s for positive, nonetheless you slice it up, pizza is right here to stick with 48 per cent of those that eat pizza, polled through OnePoll, claiming they couldn’t stay with out it.

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And they’ll take pleasure in it greater than as soon as every week throughout a typical month.

Celebrating the quirky mixtures Brit’s love, TABASCO Model is providing limited-edition, over-the-top pizza toppings for the month of October to maintain issues thrilling for pizza month.

A TABASCO Model spokesperson added: “Pizza is actually the right meals for experimenting with sizzling sauces.

“The cheese counteracts the warmth, permitting folks to strive flavours that will appear spicier than they’re used and the acidity of the vinegar cuts via the wealthy flavours.

“Collectively it makes even a easy margherita pizza mild up.”

Prime 20 pizza toppings Brits assume are acceptable

1. Pineapple

2. Bacon

3. Garlic

4. Spinach

5. Goats cheese

6. Minced beef

7. Tuna

8. Anchovies

9. Sardines

10. Coronation rooster

11. Chili oil

12. Prawns

13. Lamb

14. Avocado

15. Eggs

16. Duck

17. Broccoli

18. Jalapenos Jam, Jelly or chutney

19. Pickles

20. Mac and cheese

Prime 20 pizza toppings Brits assume are unacceptable

1. Rhubarb

2. Nutella

3. Cherries

4. Strawberry

5. Peach

6. Chocolate

7. Crisps

8. Banana

9. Fish fingers

10. Pasta

11. Nachos

12. Oysters

13. Honey

14. Chips

15. Jackfruit

16. Calamari

17. Baked beans

18. Scallops

19. Pumpkin

20. Squash

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