Domino's Pizza, Bolton, Launch Several New Taste Sensations This Month
21st February 2013
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Domino's Pizza, Bolton, are always looking to revolutionise your pizza experience, offering new and exciting flavour combinations alongside the classics. New on the menu this month include Jalapeño Dough Balls, the new Chimichurri Pizza and an innovative stuff crust.

Have you ever been eating a pizza, and thought, "man, I wish I also had a hot dog right now"? Well, don't worry, you're not alone, and Domino's have come up with a solution for you; the new Hot Dog Stuffed Crust.

So, not only do you get to eat a delicious pizza, but when you get to the crust, baked into the dough is a hot dog. It really is a wonder of the modern world.

Dough Balls are one of the world's favourite starters. So Domino's Pizza, Bolton, have decided to build upon that by stuffing them with great flavours. Jalapeño Dough Balls are now available from the menu, joining the rest of the Twisted Dough Balls line up (including Cheese and Pepperoni).

It's always exciting when Domino's add a new pizza to the menu. Their latest offering was designed by a viewer of ITV's This Morning show, on which there was a competition to design a pizza to be sold up and down the country. The winning entry was . . . the Chimichurri Pizza.

A colourful combination of marinated chicken, red and yellow peppers, and a drizzle of Chimichurri sauce, this pizza beat off hundreds of other entries. Chimichurri is an Argentinian sauce containing parsley, garlic, olive oil, oregano and white or red wine vinegar.

Interesting fact time:

Nobody knows the origin of the name Chimichurri, but one theory is that it came from us, the Brits, as prisoners of War after the invasion of the Rio de la Plata. The prisoners asked fro cndiments to enhance their food using a broken mix of English, aboriginal and Spanish words.

The result was che-mi-curry which stands for che-mi-salsa, and that, as a rough translation, means 'Hey, give me condiment'. Polite as always.

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