Choosing our Indian pizza in Brampton means that you’ll get fresh ingredients. These can include some that you pick yourself like onions, tomatoes and jalapeno pepper. You can order this pizza online and have it delivered right to your home or office.
It is always guaranteed to be piping hot when it arrives. Here are some side dishes that you can enjoy with this delicious food.
- Health conscious people are always happy to find out that we offer salads. The Greek salad on our menu is one of our specialties. It comes with red onions, tomatoes and lettuce as well as Greek dressing and olives. The Chicken salad comes with breast strips and Caesar dressing as well as fresh shredded cheddar cheese. The Caesar salad has Romain lettuce and can be ordered online.
- Onion rings are another side dish that goes great with our Indian pizza in Brampton. Did you know that the history of this delicious dish goes all the way back to 1802? John Mollard had a recipe for fried onion Parmesan cheese that he put into a cookbook.
- You can also find fresh delicious mozzarella sticks in our inventory. If you’re looking for something a little more traditional to go with pizza, we also have delectable French Fries.
If you’re interested in an Indian pizza, we suggest you look through our international selections too. These include quite a variety such as a Hawaiian pizza with extra cheese, pineapple and ham. The Canadian veggie option has mushrooms and green olives as well as tomatoes and green peppers.
Roasted Red Peppers
There’s a spicy Italian pizza that you can choose too. It comes with roasted red peppers and hot Italian sausage. Health-conscious people are interested in certain kinds of side dishes that can include grilled Parmesan cheese and broccoli.
This is a family-friendly side. You can roast the broccoli at 450° for 10 or 15 minutes while you are warming up your pizza.
Lemon and Hazelnuts
If you’re interested in something more like a coleslaw that will go with your Indian pizza in Brampton, here is an idea.
Broiling the cabbage gives it a smoky and sweet flavor that your guests will comment on. Add some lemon and hazelnuts to the roasted cabbage to offset the cheese. This gives your entrée a little added nutritional value.