Alternatives To Regular Pizza Sauce

Whether you are buying a pizza from a pizzeria or making your own homemade pizza things can get boring if you are doing the same thing week after week. So why not mix it up a little bit? One fabulous way to mix up your normal routine is to do some experimenting…. Experimenting with sauces that is! There are so many different types of sauces in the world that would go oh so well on a pizza pie. So try some new things, expand your horizons and come up with some new sauces for your life.

One thing that is really great about Odd Moe’s Pizza is that we offer a lot more than just red sauce. Whatever your cravings are we are ready to serve you! One of our best Red sauce alternatives is Basil Pesto sauce. It’s delicious and creamy made from the freshest ingredients. The sauce is delicious light and garlicky that it really makes for a great pizza! 

Another great sauce that we offer is bbq and chipotle lime bbq both go great on pizza! Our Bull Rider Bbq Chicken pizza is just mouth wateringly delicious. On that pizza there is Chicken, sausage, bacon, and fresh Pineapple with the chipotle lime bbq sauce. Talk able an amazing medley!

One favorite alternative to red sauce that we have available at Odd Moe’s Pizza is the Garlic White Sauce. It’s so garlicky and creamy delicious, we highly recommend you trying it on your favorite combination pizza! The Mascot Garlic Chicken pizza is soooo great. If you are looking for something new try that pizza!

As for homemade pizza we have some really great homemade suggestions.

One great recipe that we found is using Salsa Verde as a pizza sauce, get some nice fresh tomatillos, cilantro and a few other ingredients and bam you have some amazing pizza. Some taco meat or chopped carne asada would go so well with salsa Verde sauce.

Here is how to make a nice Salsa Verde Sauce:

You will need:

-8 tomatillos with husks removed

-1 large onion

-4 limes juiced 

-4 cloves of garlic

-1 bunch of cilantro roughly chopped

-Salt to taste

Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add the tomatillos and onion to the pot and boil for 5 minutes or until the tomatillos become soft but not squishy. Transfer the tomatillos and onion from the pot to a plate and place in the fridge. When the vegetables are cool place them in a food processor with cilantro, lime and garlic. Mix until almost smooth but making sure to leave a little texture and salt to taste.

Have you ever thought of giving your pizza a slightly Asian twist by using teriyaki sauce as a pizza sauce? We think that would be great! Top it with Chicken, sesame seeds, green beans, mushrooms, garlic…. So many options for an Asian style pizza!

Here is how to make Teriyaki Sauce:

-1 cup water

-5 tablespoons packed brown sugar

-1/4 cup soy sauce

-1–2 tablespoons honey

-2 large cloves of garlic

-1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

-2 tablespoons cornstarch

-1/4 cup cold water

Combine the 1 cup water, brown sugar, soy sauce, honey, garlic and ginger in a medium saucepan and set over medium heat. In a small bowl, combine the cornstarch with the 1/4 cup water and whisk until dissolved. Add the cornstarch mixture to the saucepan. Heat the sauce until it thickens to your desired thickness. If the sauce becomes too thick, add more water to thin it out.

Well what are you waiting for? Go out and try some new Sauces whether it be from Odd Moe’s Pizza or making it yourself, you can’t go wrong with pizza!

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