Dominos pizza
Dominos pizza

Is this the grossest pizza ever?

SPAGHETTI - oh, no.

Domino's has teamed up with food manufacturer Wattie's to launch a bizarre new limited-edition "Hawaiian Spaghetti Pizza."

According to the New York Post, the canned pasta and pineapple chunk pizza no self-respecting New Yorker would touch is only available in New Zealand - for now.

In addition to those highly non-traditional toppings, these suspect slices come stacked with glazed ham and mozzarella cheese, for $A7.99.

"This is no joke! We've officially added Hawaiian SPAGHETTI pizza to our menu for a limited time only, with help from our friends at Wattie's NZ! (no April Fools this time)," Domino's New Zealand posted on Facebook.

Commenters were split, with many expressing nostalgia for what was apparently a defining cuisine of their childhoods. Others just reacted with disgust.

"My Childhood right here when my mum was too lazy to cook a proper meal. I even do it for my kids sometimes too," Jazz Gibbs posted. "Where is Facebook's puke reaction?," Lyam Trainor clapped back.

 

Dominos pizza has always offered pineapple but now it combines the controversial topping with tinned spaghetti. Picture: Facebook
Dominos pizza has always offered pineapple but now it combines the controversial topping with tinned spaghetti. Picture: Facebook

At least it doesn't involve soy sauce dipping, which apparently is a trend now.

Putting pineapple on pizza is a notoriously controversial move, with the president of Iceland considering officially banning the topping in 2017.

 

This story first appeared in the New York Post and is republished with permission.


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