Domino’s Is Selling a Pineapple Spaghetti Pizza in New Zealand
Pineapple is one of the most controversial toppings in the history of pizza, but what about spaghetti? Domino’s has a new Hawaiian Spaghetti pizza, and the chain has made it very clear this is not a joke. Exhibit A: “This is no joke! We’ve officially added Hawaiian SPAGHETTI pizza to our menu for a limited time only,” Domino’s wrote on Facebook.
The only thing is that this thing isn’t available in Hawaii, or anywhere else in the U.S. — but do we even want it to be? The carb-loaded frankenpizza is being served only in New Zealand in partnership with Wattie’s, a food manufacturer that makes canned spaghetti in tomato sauce. Kiwis can order this pie (should they dare) for $7.99 a pop (in New Zealand dollars).
Upon further investigation of the comments left under Domino’s promotion for Hawaiian Spaghetti pizza, this may not seem weird to people there after all. In fact, the majority of comments on the post were from people who claimed they already put spaghetti on their ‘za. Someone even called Domino’s a “legend” for doing it.
“O wow I make my pizza with chop spaghetti as a base sauce rather than tomato paste it’s amazing xx,” one woman said.
“Jimmy I make a spaghetti pizza yummy,” someone else said, though we aren’t quite sure who Jimmy is.
“Spaghetti on a pizza is actually really nice. Should do one with beef mince and cheese. Spaghetti Bolognese pizza,” another said, adding heart-eyed emojis.
But the comment that really got us suggested a refined pairing for the pie: “Book it in!! Goes good with wine.” And just like that, we’re sold. If you’re not, don’t throw a wobbly. There are 20 reasons why you should drink a glass of wine every day.