Food Brand: Signature Select Garlic Chicken Alfredo Pizza

PROFILE

Brand Name
Signature Select

Item
Garlic Chicken Alfredo Pizza

Description
[FRONT]

Creamy alfredo sauce topped with whole milk mozzarella and asiago cheeses, seasoned grilled chicken breast with rib meat and caramelized onions on a crust

[BACK]

With chef-inspired cuisine that mirrors today's most popular restaurants, Signature Select™ is transforming creative casual dining at home. Tempting, unique recipes. Incredible handcrafted quality. Remarkable flavor combinations. Signature Select is beyond compare for your most discerning guests and perfect for everyday. Go ahead...set the table and enjoy!

Ultra Thin Crust - Baking Directions
Oven:
1. Preheat oven to 425°F. (Keep pizza frozen while preheating.)
2. Remove pizza from packaging.
3. Place pizza directly on center oven rack.
4. Bake 12-14 minutes or until cheese in the center is melted and the crust is golden.

The internal temperature of this pizza needs to reach 165°F as measured by a food thermometer. Make sure your pizza is cooked thoroughly by checking the temperature in several spots.
FOR PROPER FOOD SAFETY AND QUALITY USE THE FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS:
• Do not eat pizza without baking.
• Do not allow pizza to thaw without baking.
• Your oven temperature may vary so adjust baking time and oven temperature as necessary.
• Promptly refrigerate or discard leftovers.


Bar Code Number
0 21130 11909 7

Net Weight
17.1 OZ (1 LB 1.1 OZ) 484 g

Distributed for
Better Living Brands LLC
P.O. Box 99, Pleasanton, CA 94566-0009
1-888-723-3929
www.betterlivingbrandsLLC.com

Product Number
S2L5 // p-5699 // RD 15091

Nutrition Facts


Serving Size
¼ pizza (121g)

Servings Per Container
4

Calories
240

Calories from Fat
100

Total Fat
11g - 17%

Saturated Fat
6g - 30%

Trans Fat
0g

Cholesterol
35mg - 12%

Sodium
520mg - 22%

Total Carbohydrate
20g - 7%

Dietary Fiber
1g - 4%

Sugars
2g

Protein
14g

Vitamin A
6%

Vitamin C
2%

Calcium
20%

Iron
6%

Ingredients
Toppings: Alfredo Sauce (Water, Dehydrated Sauce Blend [Whole Milk Powder, Blend of Dried Parmesan and Romano Cheese Powder {Part Skim Cow's Milk, Cheese Culture, Salt, Enzymes}, Food Starch-Modified, Buttermilk Powder, Natural Flavor, Maltodextrin, Salt, Lecithin, Spices, Xanthan Gum, Garlic Powder, Yeast Extract, Sodium Phosphate, Lactic Acid]), Low Moisture Mozzarella Cheese (Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Culture, Salt, Enzymes), Grilled Fully Cooked Skinless Boneless Garlic Herb Chicken Breasts Fillets With Rib Meat (Skinless Boneless Chicken Breast Fillets With Rib Meat, Water, Seasoning [Corn Syrup Solids, Salt, Sugar, Garlic Powder, Spices, Hydrolyzed Corn, Soy And Wheat Gluten Protein, Parsley, Onion Powder, Natural Flavor, Soybean Oil], Isolated Soy Protein Product [Isolated Soy Protein, Modified Food Starch, Unmodified Corn Starch, Carrageenman, Soy Lecithin], Romano Cheese [Made From Pasteurized Part-Skim Cow's Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes], Sodium Phosphates), Caramelized Onions (Onion, Natural Onion Flavoring), Asiago Cheese (Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes), Roasted Garlic, Parsley. Crust: Wheat Flavor, Water, Soybean Oil, Palm Oil, Yeast, Wheat Protein Isolate (Wheat Gluten, Lactic Acid), White Corn Meal, Natural Flavor, Beta Carotene (Color), Dextrose, Salt.

Contains
Wheat, Soy, Milk

Other
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Signature Select Garlic Chicken Alfredo Pizza


Food Review (Posted on 02-09-2016)

I can't believe it: pizza crafted as an art, taste-wise.

Signature Select by Better Living Brands has sold frozen pizza that I truly believe deserves an award for "Grocery/Food Item of the Year." Yes, year, since I have never been so impressed with the quality and taste of this pizza.

Here we go again: detractors and naysayers have something to say about frozen pizza, regardless of what brand. In fact, frozen pizza, let alone frozen meals, exist for the folks with little time to fully cook from scratch. It also provides those wanting to dive into the realm of culinary arts—the art of cooking. Not being able to exquisitely cook frozen meals like pizza properly means you shouldn't have a kitchen in your residence. Man/Lady up people, cooking isn't as cryptic as Matrix Calculus (click and see for yourself), and cooking frozen pizza is so easy. Just remember to wear oven mittens to prevent from burning your hands (yet people still forget this).

Ovens greatly vary and with that said, I'd suggest keeping a watch on this. Being that this is thin crust pizza, this could burn very easily and very fast. The box says 400° but I prefer the "easy-does-it" method. In other words, I recommend 350° or 375°. When cooking, I also recommend cooking the pizza straight on the oven rack—no foil, but discard the packaged cardboard. (However, if you do have those stone plates/trays to place your pizza on to create a fresh, crisp crust, that will work too.) Preheat the oven then gently place the pizza at the center of the oven. Since I can't speak for all ovens, I'd say check on the pizza after 10-15 minutes. After that, pay attention to the cheese, especially near the ends of the crust. If the cheese near the crust area is melted but turning brown, but the cheese in the center of the pizza is still melting slowly, you have the oven heat too high, and must turn it down. If the dough is getting soft but the cheese is barely showing any signs of melting, you have the oven heat too low and have to turn it up slightly. To cook this beauty of a pizza perfectly, you'll have to watch on the strength of the heat because the goal is to firmly crisp up the crust but do so without burning the cheese. That being said, you may want to toy with the temperature dial just a little bit (don't go overboard as it may ruin your oven). Because it's easy to follow directions on the box without much thought, this pizza is all about trusting your eyes—if the cheese is about to burn, if the dough isn't crisping up near the way you want it and/or if some parts are fully cooked while some are soft/raw. Lastly, the circulation of the heat inside the oven is indirect. The result? One half of the pizza may be cooked and delicious while the other half is soft and chewy. In that case, if one side is fully cooked, you'll have to rotate the pizza to complete cooking the other half.

All this responsibility for a simple, frozen pizza? We're not talking "simple" pizza; This is a work of art—gourmet quality.

When cooked properly, the result is looking at a bright, white light emanating from Heaven. It's so delicious, you'll forget you cooked it, making you think you had it delivered. I'm serious about this. And for a pizza this delicious, being sold for less than $4 at your friendly, neighborhood grocery store seems like the way to go. Yeah sure, my recommended cooking advices may be too much for the "average" homecook, but once you have it down, you'll be whipping up restaurant-quality pizzas for less than half the cost of ordering one. This is the perfect item for the penny-pincher.

The nice thing about this is how wonderful the garlic tastes; It's not strong at all. Also, I was truly impressed at the Alfredo sauce sometimes fooling my taste buds that I bit into a piece of bread dipped in a sauce dish served with Fettucini. That's how fresh it tastes.

This pizza is so delicious, I can't help myself. This is a work of art.

Keep up the excellent work, Signature Select!

I'm willing to bet that the delicious crust was freshly made from scratch using World Kitchen Outlets products. If it's not World Kitchen Outlets, it can't be done—shop for your kitchen tools and needs:


© 2008-2017 written and reviewed personally by Kris Caballero.

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