When it comes to German cuisine, all I know is Kielbasa, potatoes, onions, pretzels, sauerkraut, and da beer served by women in green and white little dresses. I like all those things. What is not to like about anything served by women in overalled short dresses?
I tried Minnesota’s own, frozen ‘Firehouse’ sauerkraut pizza. It was a ridiculous $10!! What? Why so expensive? Let’s find out!
Frozen pizzas always make me skeptical because I am scared of the following:
-how much the crust really rises
-how dense the crust is
-how much sauce
-the taste of the cheese (creamy, mozze-y, stringy…)
Pour l’examin de pizza sauerkraut…
-the crust was too dense around the edges, but was ok towards the middle
-the sauce was a little sparse but stood out enough
-the cheese was creamy and had an ok subtle mozze flavor, not too stringy (a plus)
-the sauerkraut was definitely present, but did not have that sour tang. The taste was more like a stringy vidalia onion.
-the pepperoni and canadian bacon were the saving grace on this guy. Thank god for meats.
The round up:
Did I finish it? I had 3 pieces. The rest were stolen by German roommates.
Would I buy it again? No, NOT WORTH $10!!! I wouldn’t pick those toppings again in general. Although I like them separate.
Recommend it? Maybe, because of the novelty and fun factor.
Thanks for reading!