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Margherita Pizza

A classic among pizza lovers worldwide, Margherita Pizza is an Italian staple. The simple, fresh ingredients of ripe tomatoes, basil leaves and luscious mozzarella come together to create a symphony of flavors on a plain crust base, often finished with a drizzling of olive oil. The Margherita Pizza is renowned for its unpretentious yet divine taste, providing a light yet fulfilling option for both lunch or dinner. It's a true embodiment of less is more, with vivid colors that not only make for a feast for the palate, but the eyes as well.
#23
IN FROZEN PIZZA
173
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Margherita Pizza
15%
CARBS
47%
FAT
38%
PROTEIN
Margherita Pizza FAQ
Can I use a pre-made pizza crust instead of making my own dough?
What ingredients do I need to make Margherita Pizza?
How do I make the pizza dough?
Do I need to use fresh mozzarella cheese or can I use shredded mozzarella?
How do I prevent the pizza from sticking to the baking sheet?
What temperature should I cook the pizza at and for how long?
How should I store leftover Margherita Pizza?
Can I add other toppings to the pizza?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Margherita Pizza expire?
A store-bought Margherita pizza typically has a sell-by date printed on its package and can usually stay fresh up to one week past this date if unopened and stored properly. Once opened or after cooking, I'd recommend consuming the pizza within 3-4 days for the best taste and safety. If you decide to freeze your pizza, it can last up to 2 months.
How do you tell if Margherita Pizza is bad?
If the pizza has an off smell, changes color, or develops mold, these are all signs it may have spoiled. So don't risk it with pizza, it's always better to be safe than sorry. Always look for mold particularly around the edges of cheese and make sure the smell is still fresh. A sour or unpleasant odor is often a tip off that your pizza has gone bad.
Tips for storing Margherita Pizza to extend shelf life
• Always keep your pizza in the fridge - it's not a fan of room temperature! • Your pizza should be stored in an airtight container in the fridge to keep it nice and fresh. If you can't eat it within the recommended 3-4 days, consider freezing it. • When freezing your pizza, wrap it tight in cling film or put it in a zip lock bag to prevent air from damaging the flavors. • To thaw your frozen pizza, put it in the fridge 24 hours before you plan to eat it. It helps the pizza thaw evenly and keeps it safe to eat.
Health Info
Macros
2g
CARBS
8g
FAT
7g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
MILK
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