Hello, friends. In case you're new here, I like to try random and sometimes ~wild~ foods on occasion. And the latest ones to grab my attention recently are these new "Melts" from Pizza Hut. I love pizza, and I love random food mashups, so why not try it, right?
"What is a Pizza Hut Melt?" you ask! Well, it's kinda like a melt sandwich that features two slices of Pizza Hut's Thin N’ Crispy® crust loaded with toppings and cheese, folded over, and then baked to melty perfection. So, yeah, it's basically a folded pizza without the marinara sauce. (Think of it as a thinner version of a calzone!)
Now that we've gotten semantics out of the way, let's dive right in and take a look at what we're working with.
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So, there are four different recipes you can get:
1) Meat Lover's® (served with marinara dipping sauce)
2) Buffalo Chicken (served with Buffalo and ranch dipping sauces)
3) Pepperoni Lover's® (served with marinara dipping sauce)
4) Chicken Bacon Parmesan (served with ranch dipping sauce)
Here's what each one looked like right out of the box:
And here's what I thought...
Chicken Bacon Parmesan
First place: Chicken Bacon Parmesan
Second place: Buffalo Chicken
Third place: Meat Lover's
Fourth place: Pepperoni Lover's
Pizza Hut Melts are available now for $6.99 at participating Pizza Hut restaurants nationwide. Click here to find your nearest Pizza Hut location.
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