A review of Ferratto’s Meat Lover Thin Crust pizza (which I just ate). Yumm. Went to the Aldi’s and decided to try the Ferratto Thin Crust premium frozen pizza- for $4.99. ThUMBS UP.
When I want a really good pizza, I go to Pizza Hut or get a Hunts Brother thin crust pizza. The Pizza Hut always ends up eating up a $20 bill no matter what the sales say. The Hunts Bros costs me $12 and it’s not quite big enough.
Pay attention to the packaging. I tried to get clever and really hotted up the oven, and cooked it at over 500F. It cooked up too fast and slightly burnt, but I salvaged it. It cooks at 400F for 15-20min according to instructions.
Meat- a good amount of it. You don’t need extra toppings.
Cheese- good cheese. The Mozarella was gooey and stretchy.
Tomato Sauce- good and adequate, unlike most frozen pizzas.
The crust was thin and crispy. I will go over this review again, since I over cooked, but it was good.
This pizza was rectangular, and seemed slightly smaller than Pizza hut. It is about the size of a Hunt’s Pizza. One pizza is enough for two Big dudes. I am a big dude, who loves to eat, and I ate half of it. *burrppp*
I macked mine up with some sliced tomato, some shredded Parmesan I had leftover, just a little bit. I also put sliced green olives. I also sprinkled bacon bits on it.
The pizza has real Canadian bacon on it. There were 4-5 BIG slices of Canadian bacon. The rest of it, the pepperoni and sausage are broken up.
This pizza was very good, and I am going to give up making my own from scratch. This is just too easy, and too cheap, and makes a nice pizza, that you can customize if you want too.
The only bad thing was Yours Truly, the cook, burning the crust a little. Next time I will follow the instructions. THUMBS UP.. VERY GOOD!