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Steakout Pizza invites you to relish your taste buds with WOODFIRED PIZZAs

Hello Pizza Lovers!

Who does not love pizza? What a question! My Apologies!

I know everybody does love it. This could be one of the main reasons why Steakout Pizza – The best Italian Restaurant in Sandstone receives thousands of pizza orders daily. Not only do we offer pizza. We have everything to offer to our Italian Lovers. We know how people are crazy about the Italian food in Moreton Bay, that’s why we have left no Italian item uncovered in our food. To choose your type of food, click on the link below and step into the world of the varieties of Italian food:

https://steakoutpizzeria.com.au/menu/

I know there are so many food fans out there, who love to dine on the woodfired pizza. We have five varieties of wood-fired pizza that includes both the veg and the non-veg categories.

WOODFIRED PIZZA (VEG)

  • Margherita

With a slice of pizza in my mouth, the bad day even starts seeming great. And when it is Margherita pizza, the taste comes out even more unique. It is the kind of simple pizza whose origin is found in Naples. People like it for its:

  • Nicest Bubbly Crust
  • Crushed San Marzano Tomato Sauce
  • Fresh Mozzarella
  • Basil
  • Slight Drizzling of the Olive Oil

Did you know?

This pizza is named after the famous queen ‘Margherita’ who liked the simple pie presented by the famous baker.

  • Vegetarian

From the name itself, we can gather, how nutritious is this kind of pizza which has a base of pesto and includes the following vegetables as a topping:

  • Tomatoes
  • Onions
  • Capsicums
  • Artichoke hearts
  • Feta Cheese
  • Mozzarella Cheese

Note:

  • If you do not like any of the vegetables mentioned above, then you can ask us not to include the same.
  • Also, if you want to get an addition of your favourite vegetable, then you can ask us to do so. If we shall be having the availability, then we’ll surely delight you.

Wild Mushrooms and Pumpkin

Those who are diet freaks or are health conscious, usually go for ordering this. The main reason for the popularity of this pizza is that besides the healthy version of the pizza, the taste or flavours are not compromised for even a bit. The tomato base along with the following ingredients s enough to delight the taste buds of the people:

  • Cashews
  • Pesto
  • Pumpkin
  • Mushrooms
  • Capsicums
  • Goat Cheese
  • Mozzarella Cheese

Ham and Pineapple

This is one of the modern versions of the pizza as it includes the strange fusion of ham and pineapple. Ham and Pineapple pizza is known as the Hawaiian Pizza. People are mad over its taste since all the flavours in combination with are super-complementing

Aussie

Aussie pizza means Australian pizza. This pizza variety is the best as it is topped with the following healthy and flavour complementing ingredients:

  • Barbecue Sauce
  • Mozzarella Cheese
  • Hot Peppers
  • Onions
  • Garlic
  • Bits of Chopped Bacon
  • Eggs
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Which kind of herbs and spices are used in Italian Cuisine?

In ancient times, Italian food in Moreton Bay was prepared by not making extensive use of herbs and spices. But the flavour and the taste of the food experienced a significant change during the Roman empire. This was only the period, in which the food started encountering the giant use of spices and herbs. Now, in this blog post, we are going to make a mention of all those herbs and the spices which are used in Italian food.

This blog is going to be super amazing since all the information given below is presented by the chefs serving in the Italian restaurant in sandstone.

What is the main purpose behind using organic herbs and spices in food?

The herbs and the spices are used in the Italian dishes so that not only the health benefits but the flavour of the food also gets enhanced.

Here are some of the common herbs and spices which are customarily used in almost all Italian dishes:

  • Parsley

It is the flat-leaf variety that is to be found in seafood and other vegetable sauces. Apart from that, pasta and soups are considered tasteless, if these are not incorporated in that. It is one of the most appreciated flavours of Italian cuisine. It is considered the perfect ingredient to complement spiciness.

And when we are talking about the health benefits of the food, then this organic herb is rich in all kinds of vitamins, iron, iodine and magnesium.

 

  • Basil

It is the second most famous Italian herb after parsley. This herb is responsible for providing refreshing or rejuvenating flavours to the dish. It is the kind of dish that pairs extremely well with the following:

    • Tomatoes
    • Garlic
    • Lemon

Have you ever heard of the Caprese Salad?

It is considered incomplete if basil leaves would not have been there.

  • Bay Leaves

This is one of the most versatile herbs used to flavour the following Italian dishes:

    • Soups
    • Sauces
    • Stews
    • Meat
    • Seafood dishes

These are highly beneficial herbs since these are rich in the following health properties:

    • Vitamin A
    • Vitamin C
    • Folic Acid
    • Potassium
    • Calcium
    • Iron

Sage

It is used internationally because of its so many health benefits. People never forget to use it in their dishes since it is the kind of herb that offer various anti-inflammatory properties and helps to aid the digestion process.

Did you know?

Sage is known as the miracle herb.

Rosemary

Rosemary along with the bay leaves are found in huge amounts in Italy. It is the hardy plant that provides the awesome woody and the peppery flavour to the dishes. It is customarily used in flavouring the stocks or the roasted vegetables. Soups are tasteless without the incorporation of these.

Oregano

This herb is usually relished when it’s dry. The health benefits of this herb are as follow:

Rich in the following nutritional elements:

    • Omega-3s
    • Iron
    • Manganese
    • Antioxidants

Did you know?

It is one of those essential oils which can help to get rid of the bacterial infections infecting the skin.