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Pizza Hut Japan serves up Keema curry and flaming meat sauce pie for summer

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By grape Japan

Pizza Hut Japan has been known to offer some spicy slices in the past, including a ghost pepper Russian Roulette pie for Halloween. Their newest spice concoction offers two types of heat, however, and is jokingly called the "slightly spicy half & half." One half of the pizza uses a "flaming meat sauce" and the other half is covered in "burning Keema curry."

The "flaming" half is topped with a chili pepper infused red meat sauce lathered in jalapenos, and the "burning" portion serves up spicy Keema curry on each slice--with another layer of jalapenos to boot.

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The "flaming" half is topped with a chili pepper infused red meat sauce lathered in jalapenos, and the "burning" portion serves up spicy Keema curry on each slice--with another layer of jalapenos to boot.

Yikes!

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Message to Pizza Hut, Dominos, etc in Japan: pizza should not be a science experiment.

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Keema belongs on na'an, not "pizza".

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I wonder if Korean and Thai palates will consider this "hot". The Japanese idea of "spicy" barely registers compared to a lot of other cuisines.

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I would so dive into that, even though my instincts tell me it’s wrong and it’s a sin to desecrate food given to us by the Gods themselves, I would chance it, wouldn’t tell anyone though.

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Italians would be disturbed to have pineapple on their pizza, like in Hawaii.

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If any one from india reading this please let me know if its good the cury part of the slice.

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I love spice and this was tempting enough to get me to order from Pizza Hut for the first time in about 5 years.

It was certainly spicy. The whole pizza tasted of vinegar jalapeño.

On the Keema side there was barely any Keema. About one bite per slice had keema on it. It tasted ok, though it was keema + spicy vinegar jalapeño. Weirdly there was the occasional bit of sausage - I assume from the meat side.

On the meat side, other than the occasional bit of sausage, I couldn’t taste any other meat. There was some veg, but it was supposed to be a meat sauce - right?

So overall disappointing. I did like the spice level, didn’t like the vinegar or the lack of promised toppings & flavour.

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Keema is Hindu for minced meat. Since they don't eat beef it usually means lamb or mutton, goat.

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