Frozen Pizza On a Pizza Stone
How to Use and Cooking
Frozen pizza on a pizza stone is a go-to option for most time-sensitive people. From working parents running late from work and with hungry kids waiting for dinner, to the group of friends looking for a good partner for their ice-cold beers, frozen pizza has been a part of the nation’s food culture.
Moreover, why would it not be? It is relatively cheap and available in the frozen aisle of most groceries. It is also straightforward to prepare. You only need to heat that oven, pop the frozen pizza on the right pizza stone, wait a few minutes, and dinner is served.
However, most people know that this type of dinner will not always be a happy ending. As with most easy to prepare and frozen dishes, the convenience it provides comes with a hefty price.
The taste, texture and overall quality of the pie from the frozen aisle is miles apart from what one would expect from a homemade – and to an extent, restaurant delivery – pizza. Soggy crusts and lackluster toppings are some of the chief complaints people have when it comes to frozen pizza.
However, do we have to continue suffering that frozen fate, or is there a better option?
With these tips added to your arsenal, frozen pizza will never be a boring, last-choice dinner option for anyone anymore.
Just keep practicing the tips on how to use a pizza stone for frozen pizza. Who knows, given time, pizza nights may be the best nights you will have with either your family or friends.