Sure, Domino’s is famous for letting their customers just build their own pizzas. With so many ingredients to choose from, you do have to deal with a lot of combinations. In fact, mathematicians calculate that there are about 34 million different ways of building your own pizza.
That can be rather overwhelming for some indecisive people. There are those who just want a classic, tried-and-tested combination that they know will work for them.
That’s where the Domino’s specialty pizzas come in. You simply have to pick from the range of pizza combinations, and you’re good to go. It’s not even all that expensive, as the prices for large specialty pizzas start at $15.99.
Of course, there’s still the issue of picking among the specialty pizzas. This is where our list comes in. If you’re not sure, then you should just try these pizzas first:
You get this pizza when you’re not sure of what toppings to get for the pizza, and your buddies can’t agree to a basic type, either. That’s because this pizza has just about everything as a topping. It comes with:
- Italian sausage
- Green peppers
- Black olives
- Extra mozzarella
It’s always better to have more than what you need, rather than need a topping and not have it. If someone strongly objects to a particular topping, then it’s a simple matter of removing that ingredient from their own slice. There’s no need for the others to miss out.
This isn’t exactly an expertly culled list of toppings meant to mix harmonising flavours – but it’s filling and practical, and some folks do love everything on their pizza.
Spinach & Feta
Even if you’re not a vegetarian yourself, it’s becoming quite common to go with a group of people to enjoy pizza, and then find out that you’re the sole meat-eater of the group – and if you’re insisting on still ordering a pizza with meat toppings, you’ll have to finish that on your own. That’s rather lonely, especially when the others are glaring at you and muttering insults.
The problem with most vegetarian food is that, for the most part, they’re flavourless when compared to meaty dishes. Even the vegetarians admit this. So, what are you to do?
You should just get the Spinach & Feta, and have the others try it too. It’s still a vegetarian pizza, so none of the others can object to it, but it’s just about the most filling vegetarian pizza you can get.
This comes with:
- Creamy Alfredo sauce
- Spinach (young, rather than mature so it’s sweeter)
- Feta cheese
- Parmesan cheese
- Asiago cheese
- Provolone cheese
With the mix of cheeses and the creamy alfredo sauce instead of the regular red sauce, you won’t find yourself looking for more. The spinach also keeps the taste interesting, since without it the flavour can get tiresome after a while.
The Buffalo Chicken pizza is not just for those who are hardcore fans of buffalo wings. Sure, this uses buffalo sauce, with its nice combination of light spiciness with vinegar acidity. The pizza even comes with chicken meat, just in case you still don’t notice its similarity to Buffalo wings.
This is another experience altogether. The addition of the bread and cheese to the sauce and chicken makes things a lot more intriguing. It’s a bit like you’ve somehow mixed buffalo wings with provolone sticks into a single item!
Memphis BBQ Chicken
Yes, it’s another pizza with chicken. It’s true that purists simply hate the very idea of having chicken on pizza, but then again, if you’re not sure of what toppings to get, then you might be open to that idea yourself.
With this Memphis BBQ Chicken pizza, you get the grilled chicken and onions, along with that iconic tomato-based vinegar sauce that’s nice and tangy. Add the combo of mozzarella, provolone, and cheddar cheeses, and you have yourself a pizza that reminds you of summer.
This is one fine pizza for just about any season, in case you’re thinking that it’s only for the summer. After all, you don’t just get a hankering for BBQ during the summer months. When the holiday season comes along and the weather turns cold, this should warm you up nicely.
Sure, the final choice is up to you. No one can tell you what to eat, but if you’re hankering for some Domino’s pizza and you’re not sure what to order, then try the pizzas on this list. Chances are extremely good that one of them will become one of your favourites.