Crispy thin pizza topped with olive oil, tomatoes, mozzarella cheeses, parmesan cheese, and basil. Not ready to eat. Home. At last. Nothing about pizza has been the same since we opened our first restaurant in Beverly Hills in 1985 and introduced BBQ chicken pizza to the world. Our idea was to create pizzas topped with the flavors and tastes that people craved from their favorite restaurant dishes. Since then, we've opened up restaurants across the country and abroad. But we still can't keep up with the demand. One thing we kept hearing from our customers was that they wanted an easy way to make our pizzas at home. So, we came up from California Pizza Kitchen frozen pizza. That's right, the same great restaurant quality and taste you love - only now in the convenience of your own home. As we hope you will discover from your first bite, this is truly a cool new way to enjoy pizza. Enjoy!
Storage: Keep frozen. Cook thoroughly. Directions: For proper food safety and quality, use the following directions: Product must be cooked thoroughly to 160 degrees F for food safety and quality. Do not allow product to thaw. Do not eat without cooking. Remove pizza from box, overwrap and cardboard. Pizza is done when cheese is melted and edges are golden brown. Because California Pizza Kitchen bakes up fresh and hot in your oven, please use care when handling the pizza. Let it stand 5 minutes before enjoying. Type of Crust: Crispier Crust: Preheat & bake at 400 degrees F. Oven temperatures can vary; adjust baking time and oven temperature as necessary. Peel apart plastic wrap. Remove pizza from wrap & cardboard. Place pizza directly on center oven rack. (6 to 8 inches from bottom of oven). For best results, do not bake pizza on a cookie sheet or pizza stone. Bake 12 to 14 minutes.
State Of Readiness: prepared, heat and serve
Storage State: frozen
Item Number (DPCI): 288-03-0231
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
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