I'm soo happy Udi's has come up with a gluten free pizza crust! It's thin, crispy and precooked. All you have to do is pour on the toppings, throw it in the oven for 7 mins and badabing!... you've got yourself a pizza pie hot and ready. But the trick to making an instant crust taste homemade is a tasty garlic spread and restaurant style toppings. This time I used fresh veggies (orange bell peppers and red onion), herbs from the garden (basil), grated parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese and freshly sliced cold cuts (Buon Gusto Salami) from the deli. Just before the pizza sauce is ladled on, brush on a layer of garlic spread (made with olive oil, 1 chopped garlic glove and a big pinch of dried oregano and basil). And then once the pizza is out of the oven, sprinkle on fresh basil. It will transform an average pizza to restaurant style heaven.
Christina, We love Udi's Crust around here too! GF is getting so good:)ReplyDelete
Thank goodness because I would not be able to live off of the dense, 5 lbs loafs I still see out these. So thankful for Udi's and their endlessly tasty bread products!ReplyDelete