|Main ingredient(s)||Pizza dough, cheese, tomato sauce, ham, pineapple|
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Hawaiian pizza is a type of pizza that always consists of a cheese and tomato base with toppings of ham and pineapple. Hawaiian pizza does not actually originate from Hawaii. It has been conjectured that it derives from toast Hawaii, a German sandwich.
Versions will often have mixed peppers, mushrooms and bacon. Another variety consists of pineapple and Canadian bacon. It is the most popular pizza in Australia, accounting for 15% of pizza sales.
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