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Re: Mustard Pizza after watching Pizza Cuz
« Reply #25 on: May 29, 2013, 07:58:42 AM »
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Re: Mustard Pizza after watching Pizza Cuz
« Reply #26 on: May 29, 2013, 08:16:08 AM »
Gorgeous pizzas Norma!!!!!!  We actually use a processed Swiss (instead of the real stuff), and what it does is add a creaminess quality to the mozzarella.  We break up a couple slices into small pieces and spread them on the mozzarella.  And as for sauerkraut, we use a fresh pack kraut, that is so very mild, even people who don't like sauerkraut adore the pizza.  Anyhow, not a bad little combination for starting out as an accident!!  Great job as always!!
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Re: Mustard Pizza after watching Pizza Cuz
« Reply #27 on: May 29, 2013, 08:47:27 AM »
Gorgeous pizzas Norma!!!!!!  We actually use a processed Swiss (instead of the real stuff), and what it does is add a creaminess quality to the mozzarella.  We break up a couple slices into small pieces and spread them on the mozzarella.  And as for sauerkraut, we use a fresh pack kraut, that is so very mild, even people who don't like sauerkraut adore the pizza.  Anyhow, not a bad little combination for starting out as an accident!!  Great job as always!!
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John,

Thanks!  I don't think I ever heard or saw processed Swiss, but maybe I really wasn't looking for it in the first place.  I can understand that the processed Swiss would add a creaminess though.  The pizza I made last week had a stronger sauerkraut taste, but the one that was made yesterday sure didn't have any sauerkraut taste that I could detect.  I say your combinations were great for an accidental pizza that you started.   ;D :chef:

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