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Spaghetti pizza is a variety of pizza where the topping consists of cooked spaghetti, typically a in a tomato sauce. Additional toppings may include cheddar and mozzarella cheeses and pepperoni, bell peppers and mushrooms. In 2017, spaghetti pizza gained media attention when then Prime Minister of New Zealand Bill English posted a recipe to his Facebook account that included tinned spaghetti. The recipe included pineapple as a topping. Responses on social media included support for spaghetti pizza as a simple and cheap family meal. In 2019 Domino's Pizza included a "Hawaiian Spaghetti Pizza" on the menu on its franchises in New Zealand.
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