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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5/5January 24, 2007
Reviewer: Laura in Illinois
* This makes a really great pizza if you do it right. The first time I made it the pizza was kind of dry (I followed the directions). The second time I made it I was out of olive oil so I substituted whipped butter. It was REALLY AWESOME. Just like real pizza. Anyway, it worked for me, and I am a total pizza addict. I was really missing my pizza.
* I made this crust following the directions and it was dry, but I decided to try again, adding butter or butter substitute for the second batch. We have now been eating this crust for almost a year and we absolutely love our pizza nights! So my recommendation is to add butter until you get a nice wet dough consistency, roll/press very thin, use a pizza tray [holes in the bottom], and put the sauce on first.
* I used this product the first and only time so far to make a base for a lasagna-type casserole. I formed it into a focaccia shape on non-stick aluminum foil that was the same dimensions as my 11" x 7" Pyrex dish and baked it, then put it in the bottom of my glass dish (will probably bake it right in the Pyrex dish next time). Topped with cooked, crumbled sausage; dollops of ricotta mixed with egg, parmesan, mozzarella, minced parsley, S&P; low-carb tomato sauce; more shredded mozzarella and grated parmesan; a sprinkle of dried oregano on top; and about 15 slices of pepperoni that I pre-cooked in a non-stick pan for extra crispness and to remove some of the grease. Baked uncovered in a 425 oven for 35 mins and it really hit the mark for my Italian food craving. The crust on the bottom made it easy to serve. My husband and I had to try very hard not to inhale the first piece too quickly, but all attempts were futile. We split a second serving and had plenty to take to work for lunch as leftovers. I think it made 6 generous or 8 smaller servings.
* THIS PIZZA CRUST WAS AWESOME! We started low-carbing for the new year and my family and I have really missed pizza for the weekly Friday night dinner and a movie. I made this for my family this past Friday evening and it was great! The crust was really crisp even after adding ALL those toppings! Our 5-year old daughter could not tell the difference and my husband is a hard sell for low-carb products. I followed the directions exact, using the olive oil. I don't think you'll be disappointed. I am back on here to re-order more.
* For a low carb pizza crust this was really good. It bakes up well and actually crisps unlike other brands that tend to be like rubber. It also holds up when you add a few too many toppings! The added spices make it the perfect flat bread or crust.