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    Hmm... Never have a problem with tomatoes drying on pizzas, unless you leave them in for too long. However, if you find that works, then carry on

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    I quite like it. Im fussy re pizza as they are way too fatty ere.. they are always all cheese or cheese and fatty salami. grease everywhere. only a few I will buy tbh.
    Yes. Some cheeses can make a pizza greasy when added. Parmesan is OK though and so is Manchego.

    I love the nutty flavour of Manchego, I cut off big chunks to eat on its own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Yes. Some cheeses can make a pizza greasy when added. Parmesan is OK though and so is Manchego.

    I love the nutty flavour of Manchego, I cut off big chunks to eat on its own.
    Like that stuff too.. Spanish sheep's milk cheese I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    I quite like it. Im fussy re pizza as they are way too fatty ere.. they are always all cheese or cheese and fatty salami. grease everywhere. only a few I will buy tbh.
    I completely agree. The ones with stone-baked bases tend to be best, as at least then the bases (traditionally the most important part of a pizza) taste of something, as you can always 'tart up' the toppings and alter them to your taste, but if it's a shit base, it's a shit base....

    Also, I never overcook supermarket pizzas either, as then the base simply turns to a 'crunchy biscuit' consistency, which I can't stand. So I simply watch things until the cheese has nicely melted and the base is cooked and reasonably firm, and no more. Then serve with some cracked fresh black pepper and a drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Yes. Some cheeses can make a pizza greasy when added. Parmesan is OK though and so is Manchego.

    I love the nutty flavour of Manchego, I cut off big chunks to eat on its own.
    There should only ever be mozzarella cheese on anything resembling a proper pizza!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Like that stuff too.. Spanish sheep's milk cheese I think.
    I think it is. Not dissimilar in flavour to Mahon cheese, which I've not seen for years. Used to enjoy that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    There should only ever be mozzarella cheese on anything resembling a proper pizza!!

    Marco.
    A frozen pizza is never going to be a 'proper' pizza, so it doesn't matter much what I add to one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    A frozen pizza is never going to be a 'proper' pizza, so it doesn't matter much what I add to one!
    tesco do a sweet chilli chicken frozen one that is very decent. Marco got some once when up. Usually have one in the freezer for emergencies. Lidl do one too but forgot what the topping is that is edible. Used to make my own and they were very popular. Still got my stone
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    A frozen pizza is never going to be a 'proper' pizza, so it doesn't matter much what I add to one!
    Lol - that's why I never buy frozen pizzas, as they're generally shit! You wouldn't honestly expect an Italian to eat frozen pizza, by choice?

    This is what I buy (as close as possible to the real thing from a supermarket), or the same only in Margherita version: http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/...spicy-pizza-12

    Most other things in supermarkets, posing as 'pizza', I wouldn't put in my mouth. The only frozen things we buy are peas and ice-cream!

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    tesco do a sweet chilli chicken frozen one that is very decent. Marco got some once when up.
    Yes, that was ok, and appreciated, but I wouldn't buy it for myself

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