If customers were asked their favorite part of a pizza, many different responses would be given. Funny enough, it’s not the cheese, sauce, or toppings that excite customers. The crust is what makes pizza lovers crave for more.
According to an Eat poll, about 2,500 pizza enthusiasts agreed that they always enjoy eating a pizza crust. About 60% of clients agreed that a crust is the most delicious and exciting part of a pizza. About 27% noted that they enjoy the sauce, while 13% lagged behind with the cheese.
Undoubtedly, the quality of the crust can make or break a pizza. Perfected chefs are known to make a crust that doesn’t break, perfectly accommodating all pizza contents.
Pizza makers must understand the correct and desired crust elements so that customer satisfaction can be achieved. However, figuring out all of this can be challenging.
How Should a Perfect Crust Taste?
Four main points should be implemented to make a tasty pizza crust.
A variety of textures are preferred when making different crusts. There are chewy, thick, soft, and crispy crusts. The taste and texture of a crust must meet a client’s preference and expectation.
Flavors depend on what is added. Most flavors added to crusts are oregano, garlic, and seasoning. Some customers may prefer plain pizza without any flavors.
Clients have different preferences and expectations when it comes to crust thickness, just like the texture. Thickness depends on the size and style of the pizza.
Another determining factor of crust quality is how many toppings the crust can support. A well-supported crust will remain parallel to the table, while a less supported one will droop downwards.
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