Pizza Tips

Check Out The Best Way To Doctor A Frozen Pizza

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Frozen pizza dough tends to come out limp because of the ice crystals and just regular frozen pizza ingredients. Every food lovers loved to decorate something new and innovative to make the pizza delicious right? So today we are going to discuss some of the new pizza decorating techniques that you will really enjoy.

Every one are going crazy about cheese with every type of pizza right ? First of all, frozen pizza never has enough cheese, which is actually a good thing, since the cheese on it sucks. Get some good cheese and throw that on there. Get a few different kinds. American dry mozzarella is traditional because it melts really well, but it’s kinda boring. It’s really just unsmoked provolone, so use actual provolone instead.

Some of secret cheese ingredient in mac and cheese, grilled cheese and all things Italian is parano. Good stuff. Most Dutch cheeses work well for pizza. You can experiment and find combos that you like and that will surprise your guests.

If you are trying first time to cooking frozen pizza, Do the same with other toppings. Start with a plain cheese pizza to give yourself more room to customize with fresh toppings, and again; get creative. Pretty much anything can be good on a pizza if you do it right. You will deferentially getting new ideas once you are started.

When you are planning to serve in front of new guest and If your toppings are good enough and creative enough, your guests may just think you’re bad at making pizza crust, or they won’t care that you started with frozen pizza.

To improve your chances with those last two things, use the thinnest crispy crust frozen pizza you can find. If you are not a big fan of cracker style thin crust pizza, but for the frozen application those kinds work much better. You can try a few different brands until you find one with a crust and sauce that don’t gross you out. This should go without saying, but don’t even think about cooking it in anything other than a proper oven (or a toaster oven if we’re talking tiny pizzas).

But the thing is, if you’re going to go to that much trouble anyway, why not just start with fresh dough? Or a fresh raw pizza instead of frozen? Or a fresh baguette or ciabatta pizza? Or pretty much anything other than frozen pizza crust? All those things are available in most supermarkets nowadays.

Anything within reason can be good on a pizza, but certain toppings need different prep before they go on. Specifically, anything that’s likely to give up a lot of moisture and pool water on top of your pizza needs to be well drained, pre-cooked, or both before it goes on.

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But the thing is, if you’re going to go to that much trouble anyway, why not just start with fresh dough? Or a fresh raw pizza instead of frozen? Or a fresh baguette or ciabatta pizza? Or pretty much anything other than frozen pizza crust? All those things are available in most supermarkets nowadays.

Anything within reason can be good on a pizza, but certain toppings need different prep before they go on. Specifically, anything that’s likely to give up a lot of moisture and pool water on top of your pizza needs to be well drained, pre-cooked, or both before it goes on.

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