Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza

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2009/09/24 20:22:25 (permalink)

Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza

Before anybody jumps at me about being against francise chain places, especially pizza, I will say that I have always liked Pizza Hut pan pizza.
 
We saw the ads on tv for the stuffed crust pan pizza, which really isn't "stuffed crust".  I'ts just like it shows on tv with a big layer of cheese Near the crust.
 
Got the flyer in the mail from pizza slut. We were undecided what we were going to have for dinner one night.  We said ok let's try it.
 
Ordered online, $10.99 for the pizza with pepperoni. Minus 20% for first time online order.  We picked it up (only 3 miles from us).  The total came to $9.37 incl. tax.
 
The pan pizza was just as I remembered it years ago. Plenty of pepperoni, good taste, and very filling. With the outer ring of cheese that was added to it,  made the crust taste better.  It was cooked just right. NO complaints.  Even tasted decent cold the next day.
 
So have at it, bust my chops if you will, but for $9.37 for 2 people for dinner is 100% better than Domino's.
 

 

 

 
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    David_NYC
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/25 05:46:23 (permalink)
    We had a discussion here back around January, 2009 about Pizza Hut switching to all natural ingredients. However, I don't think anybody really reported on taste tests of the new ingredient lineup. At that point, a lot of regulars had probably written Pizza Hut off.

    That stuffed crust pizza seems to be the current featured deal. Similar pies probably cost quite a bit more. But if the dough was prepared correctly, the new ingredients are now better, and the pie was baked correctly, you certainly can't be faulted for making a wise purchasing decision.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/25 10:35:10 (permalink)
    Florida is probably below Ohio in the real pizza deprivation category.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/25 20:45:58 (permalink)
    NYPizzanut; in my area, Daytona, there are maybe 3 or 4 decent Italian,NY,NJ, thin crust pizza places.
    but I prefer a Greek style pizza.
    there is 1 excellent place & 1 decent place.
    I've reviewed a few on here before.
    as I said in this review I've always liked the pan pizza from PH. I haven't been to a PH in years. on a whim & for the price we tried it.
     I'd get it again if I have a taste for it.
     my 1st choice is Stavro's on Beach st. for Greek.
    Luigi's in Holly Hill or Pete's in Daytona for Italian.
    Pagano's in S. Daytona for NJ style.
     I'm originally from Connecticut so I know a little about good pizza.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/25 20:56:39 (permalink)
    sk bob

    NYPizzanut; in my area, Daytona, there are maybe 3 or 4 decent Italian,NY,NJ, thin crust pizza places.
    but I prefer a Greek style pizza.
    there is 1 excellent place & 1 decent place.
    I've reviewed a few on here before.
    as I said in this review I've always liked the pan pizza from PH. I haven't been to a PH in years. on a whim & for the price we tried it.
     I'd get it again if I have a taste for it.
     my 1st choice is Stavro's on Beach st. for Greek.
    Luigi's in Holly Hill or Pete's in Daytona for Italian.
    Pagano's in S. Daytona for NJ style.
     I'm originally from Connecticut so I know a little about good pizza.
    I am from Yonkers NY and grew up on great NY thin crust pies - I have never had a Greek pizza - what exactly are you talking about?  I looked on wiki:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_pizza

    What variation do you eat?



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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/25 21:23:41 (permalink)
    Greek pizza made in a pan.
     not thin crust but not Scicillian either
    the outer crust is very tasty, not doughy & dry like NY,NJ Italian pizzas
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/25 21:30:44 (permalink)
    The best NY style pizza pies in the greater Dayton OH area are made  at  an Albanian family run pizzeria in Kettering:


    http://s417.photobucket.com/albums/pp260/radians2009/Tronis%20Pizzeria%20Kettering%20OHIO/?albumview=slideshow
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 07:24:39 (permalink)
    I haven't had Pizza Hut's pizzas in years, I used to love them. They changed the sauce and then didn't like them anymore. I will have to give them a try. The pizza place I am so in love with (here in Dayton,Ohio) is El Greco's Pizza Villa on Salem Ave. The building could use some love but man the pizza rules, tons of topping and the price is just right.
    (wishing I had one right now  lol)
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 09:04:17 (permalink)
     
    I have not eaten Pizza Hut's pizza for many, many years, simply because their products always seemed to have a greasy crust and my feeling of being unnaturally bloated after eating one made me think that they used Crisco or something similar in their crust.  
     
    Since I have always lived in either NYC, Northern NJ, or Central NJ, I do know what good pizza is like and I know that the crust on a local Mom & Pop place's pizza does not have any shortening added to it.  I also know that I never have an unnaturally bloated feeling after eating real pizza from one of these Mom & Pop places.
     
    So, before I consider trying one of these Pizza Hut creations again, I need to know--Do they still have a greasy crust?
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 09:41:41 (permalink)







      still has greasy  crust unless it has changed in the last six months!  I know because my seven year old earned a coupon for a free personal pan pizza and was heart-broken because we told her that we would not bother using it.

    Finally, my daughter in law gave in and the three of us went off to the "bistro" Pizza Hut which is near us.  We ordered a pizza, which was on special, and she proudly ordered her personal pizza and handed the waitress her coupon.  The pizza was not good and we just laughed about it because  Juliette was so  happy.  When our bill came,  we were charged the regular price for the pizza that we had ordered and when we questioned the waitress, she told us there was only one coupon allowed per table.  We argued that we did not have two coupons and that our pizza was a "special"  She was so insistent that we just paid the bill and left.

    That is the end of Pizza Hut for us.  We are going to get away with it by telling my granddaughter that she can donate any further free  coupons that she wins to  poor starving children and she thought it was a great idea.  "I really did not
    like it anyway" is what she said!
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 11:41:52 (permalink)
    Always remember that Pizza Hut began in that Mecca of pizza, Wichita, Kansas. That pretty much sums it all up.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 13:28:35 (permalink)
    NYPIzzaNut

    Florida is probably below Ohio in the real pizza deprivation category.


    I can find very good pizza cooked in either a wood-fired brick oven, or in a coal-fired brick oven, in my neighborhood.
     
    Oh, and I was born and raised in and near to New York City.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 15:04:14 (permalink)
    Pizza Hut product uses sugar freely throughout their product(hey,isn't that natural??? Not good!! It's really__________(insert your favorite adjective)!!
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 20:57:15 (permalink)
    Wow. I haven't eaten at a pizza hut since 1980 or so. I didn't like it then and I am not about to try it now. I was a dough maker for Old Chicago when we only had two stores and I can tell you that we only used butter, yeast, sugar, salt and water for our dough. This was when we didn't have a dough sheeter so we had to hand press about 200 deep dish pizzas daily. What a chore! Eventually we broke down and got a dough sheeter when our volume exceeded 300 pies daily and we added whole wheat dough to our line up. All of our toppings then were cut by hand except the pepperoni. I am sure they are still done that way today. We also used to make our own pasta in house in front of the public. That was a fun job!!

    David O.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/26 21:56:09 (permalink)
    MiamiDon
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    Florida is probably below Ohio in the real pizza deprivation category.


    I can find very good pizza cooked in either a wood-fired brick oven, or in a coal-fired brick oven, in my neighborhood.
     
    Oh, and I was born and raised in and near to New York City.

    It's OK, MD - not everyone bothers with something as unimportant as facts when stating an opinion

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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/27 03:50:35 (permalink)
    leethebard

    Pizza Hut product uses sugar freely throughout their product(hey,isn't that natural??? Not good!! It's really__________(insert your favorite adjective)!!


    sweet?
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/09/27 08:58:07 (permalink)
    there seem to be some facts related to the sugar content of Pizza Hut products here:  http://www.pizzahut.com/F...rochure%2006.22.09.pdf

    I'm not sure if what I'm reading encompasses the whole picture, but 2 grams of sugar is not very much to my mind.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/10/09 14:23:59 (permalink)
    too much cheese, way too much cheese.
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/10/09 14:29:12 (permalink)
    Cheap cheese, at that, too!
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/10/09 18:08:16 (permalink)
    just the right amount of cheese for ME
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    Re:Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pan Pizza 2009/10/13 04:40:55 (permalink)
    I'll admit that I can eat Pizza Huts thin crust pizzas, but the pan pizzas are just awful. The crust is just way to greasy.
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