Hawaiian pizza

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Hawaiian pizza
Pizza Hawaii 02.jpg
Main ingredient(s) Pizza dough, cheese, tomato sauce, ham, pineapple

Hawaiian pizza is a type of pizza that always consists of a cheese and tomato base with toppings of ham and pineapple and or mushrooms.[1] Hawaiian pizza does not actually originate from Hawaii.[2] Although it has been conjectured that it derives from toast Hawaii, a German sandwich,[2] it seems to have been invented in 1962 by Sam Panopoulos in Chatham, Ontario, Canada.[3] It is the most popular pizza in Australia, accounting for 15% of pizza sales.[4]

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  1. ^ Shirk, Lynette Rohrer (2010). Dinner a Day: 365 Delicious Meals You Can Make in Minutes. Adams Media. p. 289. ISBN 144051531X. Retrieved November 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Cruise, Jorge (2009). The Belly Fat Cure: Discover the New Carb Swap System and Lose 4 to 9 Lbs. Every Week. Hay House, Inc. p. 118. ISBN 1401927181. Retrieved November 2012. 
  3. ^ DiGregorio, Sarah (30 April 2010). "Do Hawaiians Eat Hawaiian Pizza? Plus, a Little History". Village Voice. p. 2. Retrieved 31 December 2013. 
  4. ^ Green, Steve (1999). "PMQ GOES TO AUSTRALIA". Pizza Marketing Quarterly (Winter 1999). OCLC 173318468. Retrieved 9 August 2013.