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California Pizza Kitchen Crispy Thin Crust Margherita Pizza 6.5"
- Vine-ripened tomatoes, tomato sauce, reduced fat mozzarella, parmesan, asiago, and romano cheeses, and basil on a crispy thin crust.
- For our Margherita pizza, we top our crispy thin crust with vine-ripened tomatoes, tomato sauce, reduce fat mozzarella parmesan, asiago, and romano cheeses, and basil.
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Storage: Keep frozen. Directions: Not ready to eat. Cook thoroughly. Product must be cooked thoroughly to 160 degrees F for food safety and quality. Do not allow pizza to thaw. Do not eat pizza without cooking. Oven (Recommend cooking method): Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Place oven rack in the center position (6 to 8 in from bottom). Remove pizza from clear plastic wrap. Discard plastic and carton. Do not use carton in toaster oven, convection oven, or conventional oven! When oven is preheated, place pizza directly on the center rack. Bake 11 to 13 minutes or until cheese is melted and edges are golden brown. Your oven temperature may vary so adjust baking time and oven temperature as necessary. Microwave: Pull tear strip along carton edge and peel back carton top along perforations. Do not tear off the top of the carton. Remove pizza from the carton and remove plastic overwrap. Fold carton top fully around bottom of the carton. Silver surface should be facing up, creating a crisping platform. Place pizza on the silver side of the crisping platform and place near edge of turntable in microwave. Microwave on high as follows: 600 to 800 Watts: 2 minutes 45 seconds. Greater than 800 to 1100 Watts: 2 minutes, 30 seconds. Greater than 1100 Watts: Cooking time: 2 minutes, 15 seconds. Pizza is done when all of the cheese is melted. If the cheese is not melted, continue cooking in 15 second intervals. For food safety let stand 2 minutes in the microwave. Caution: Pizza will be very hot. Carefully remove pizza by holding the sides of the package.
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