A few weeks ago, I posted excitedly about finding accidentally-vegan pizza dough from Herta. What I found then made a thin, rectangular crust, and although I love pizza in all its forms, I’m more about the thick, doughy crust. So I was even more excited to discover that Herta also makes a round, thick pizza base!
This definitely lived up to my expectations! It makes a really nice, thick, chewy pizza crust. As usual, I topped this with a tomato-based sauce and some Wilmersburger pizza shreds. I still had some Tofurky Pepperoni, so I used that too and drizzled a little olive oil over the whole thing. It reminded me of the pepperoni pizzas I used to eat as a kid.
I would definitely recommend both this and the Herta thin crust dough. Of course, making your own pizza from scratch is nice, but there’s something to be said for the convenience of just rolling out some ready-made dough and having a hot, delicious pizza on your plate within 15 minutes.
I’ve seen these at both the Delhaize and Colruyt and they should be available at most supermarkets that sell name-brand product.