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Hot dog! This pizza is stuffed for flavour

Pizza Hut's hot dog pizza.
Pizza Hut's hot dog pizza.

JUST when you thought pizza couldn't get any weirder, Pizza Hut has come out  with the Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza.

"Everyone will want a slice of the action - this is one of most talked-about and best-selling pizzas for Pizza Hut internationally, with the Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza experiencing phenomenal sales in the UK and Canada after launching earlier this year,'' Pizza Hut enthused in a statement today.

The pizza is made by wrapping a juicy hot dog into the stuffed crust, on any pizza of your choice. 

"And each pizza comes with tomato sauce and mustard sachets to squeeze onto the crust - the outcome - an amazing replication of a hot dog. It doesn't get much better than this!''

Pizza Hut Australia's head of marketing and food innovation Anup Jain described the pizza as "daring and innovative''.

The Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza is available from December 4 to January 7 or until sold out.

What would want Pizza Hut to stuff in your crust? Leave your comments below or vote in our poll

What would want stuffed in your pizza crust?

This poll ended on 08 December 2012.

Caviar - 2%

More cheese please - 17%

Chicken - 10%

Hamburger meat - 16%

Double smoked ham - 6%

Anchovies - 12%

Diet pills - 12%

Nothing, we don't need more calories - 22%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  editors picks, pizza, pizza hut


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