I admit it.. I did spend £2.- each for two pieces of Lo-Dough. Why? Because it seems to be the latest graze, and I like everything new and shiny.
As you can see from the image above, I have decided to use it as a pizza base, as recommended on the product package.
Lo-Dough comes as round pizza bases/wraps and the product as such smells nicely of .. yeast? The product states that it's ready to eat however I decided to give it the pizza test. The uncooked texture reminds me of foam, very soft and quite nice. We added a thin layer of tomato sauce to the dough, added pre-grilled chicken, onion, mushrooms and cheese and baked it at 180 C for 15 mins.
The crust was crisp.. very crisp. As a matter of fact it was completely dry. The centre of the pizza was soggy to the point of being inedible. I would not use Lo-Dough again, not for pizza anyway, and in all honesty, I would use it for anything else. The product tastes of absolutely nothing, and at £2.- per piece it is far too expensive for what it is.
I will stick with fathead and quark as an alternative for pizza bases, but at least I can say that I tried Lo-Dough.
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