Is there anyone in America who doesn’t love pizza? If that’s you then you can skip this Kitchy Pizza Cutter Wheel review.
I can only assume they are allergic to cheese because you’d be hard pressed to find a tastier meal than pizza.
Of course, it’s not the healthiest of foods, so try not to eat so much of it that it becomes a daily routine but otherwise, it’s fab.
So, the Kitchy Pizza Cutter Wheel claims to make getting your pizzas in shape easier.
It’s a small gadget but it’s not got a tiny price tag. At more than $10 it was going to have to work to be deserving of a place in our kitchen – so how did it do?
Anthony Falco’s Pizza Dough
If you’re going to make something from scratch, like pizza dough for example, you ought to make the very best that you can.
I don’t see the point in cutting corners and making something with poor ingredients – the joy of home cooking is all in the quality of the finished product.
So, I thought I’d let Anthony Falco of Roberta’s in Brooklyn explain how to make restaurant quality pizza dough in the privacy of your own home.
So, The Kitchy Pizza Cutter Wheel Review
I have to be honest, I thought this was going to be a bust.
I have plenty of knives, what could this do that a knife couldn’t?
Then I realized that cutting a pizza inside a pan is a pain and it’s hard to get your knife into the pan to do a good job.
The Kitchy, on the other hand, excels at the job. It makes turning your pizzas into family sharing dishes a piece of cake.
And I liked that very much, indeed. So, did my family who say it’s the first time they felt like they all got equal size slices!
So, I recommend the Kitchy Pizza Cutter which you can find on Amazon.
It will certainly see a lot of repeated use in your kitchen. That is as long as you like pizza.
We make alot of small pizzas these days in our toaster oven. Don’t miss our Best Toaster Oven Reviews of 2020.