Industry News | April 1, 2014

Pizza Hut Dishes Out New Garlic Parmesan Pizza

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Pizza Hut, creator of classics like Supreme and Meat Lover’s, unveiled its new Garlic Parmesan Pizza.

Designed with three distinct recipes—Chicken Bacon Tomato, Roasted Veggie, and Five Cheese Please—the Garlic Parmesan Pizza features a creamy garlic Parmesan and Romano sauce, Parmesan-topped crust, and toppings. The new pizzas are available for $10, and other specialty pizzas from Pizza Hut are $11.

“The new Garlic Parmesan Pizza provides another level of flavor and variety to our millions of pizza fans,” says Jared Drinkwater, senior director of marketing for Pizza Hut. “Today’s consumers want new pizza experiences, and we continue to lead the category on taste and tested combinations that deliver great experiences.”

The three Garlic Parmesan pizza recipes include:

·         Chicken Bacon Tomato Pizza:  A toasted crust topped with garlic Parmesan and Romano sauce, chicken, hardwood-smoked bacon, diced Roma tomatoes, and sprinkling of a Parmesan cheese and parsley blend.

·         Roasted Veggie Pizza: A toasted crust topped with garlic Parmesan and Romano sauce, diced Roma tomatoes, and roasted vegetables including green bell peppers, white mushrooms, and sweet red onions sprinkled with a Parmesan cheese and parsley blend.

·         Five Cheese Please:  A toasted crust topped with garlic Parmesan and Romano sauce, a combination of cheeses made from whole-milk Mozzarella, Provolone, and White Cheddar, sprinkled with a Parmesan cheese and parsley blend.

“Garlic Parmesan was crafted to combine a bold new sauce with beloved ingredients like chicken and bacon and a new roasted vegetable technique to accentuate the staple ingredients on our menu,” says Wiley Bates III, Pizza Hut executive chef. “These pizzas continue our heritage of being at the cutting edge of what consumers want in a pizza.” 

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Comments

Skip the "Roasted" Veggie, the charred edges have a very off-putting taste. Crust appears to the old "Pizza Mia" style crust which is not bad, but rather bland and uninspiring even with the Parmesan dusting. I really enjoy the sauce as I am not a big red sauce fan. It has subtle garlic taste that lingers on the palate after you've finished eating.

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