Knot your average crust! Pizza Hut launch new pizza crust design!

Knot your average crust! Pizza Hut launch new pizza crust design!

 

Where many of us enjoy the traditional thin or thick-based pizzas we are constantly being encouraged to get creative when ordering pizza, with big and small brands trialling and testing new things on a constant basis.

Pizza Hut is the latest pizza chain to launch a new product; this week unveiling the Stuffed Garlic Knots pizza. Set to become a favourite on the ever-changing menu Pizza Hit are loudly optimistic about the latest addition to their food repertoire.

“Pizza Hut prides itself on being the best-tasting and most innovative pizza restaurant company in the world, and the Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza is a shining example of that,” said Jared Drinkwater, vice president of marketing, Pizza Hut.

“We always want every pizza night to feel like a special occasion. By combining a humungous appetizer portion of 16 cheese-stuffed garlic knots with a great-tasting large Pizza Hut pizza, we have created the Stuffed Garlic Knot Pizza. Now, with an appetizer and pizza all in one, our customers have the unique ability to make a night in feel like a night out.”

The Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza includes one of any of the following fresh ingredients:

  • Mediterranean black olives
  • Peruvian cherry peppers
  • fresh mushrooms
  • fresh spinach
  • fresh red onions
  • fresh green bell peppers
  • sliced banana peppers
  • sweet pineapple
  • sliced jalapeño peppers
  • and diced roma tomatoes
  • pepperoni
  • Italian sausage
  • premium salami
  • classic meatballs
  • slow-roasted ham
  • hardwood smoked bacon
  • grilled chicken
  • beef and seasoned pork

Customers can also choose from six sauces including Classic Marinara, Premium Crushed Tomato, Creamy Garlic Parmesan, Honey Sriracha, Barbeque and Buffalo as well as sauce drizzles that include Balsamic, Honey Sriracha, Barbeque and Buffalo.

Let us know what your taste buds think; will you be opting for a knotted crust? Leave your thoughts below.

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