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Jun 13, 2012

Review: Pizza Hut - Meat Trio P'Zolo

Pizza Hut's Meat Trio P'Zolo is Pizza Hut's unique take on the sub sandwich with meat and cheese baked in a pizza crust "bread." The Meat Trio comes filled with mozzarella cheese, pepperoni, Italian sausage, and ham.

They're $3 each or two for $5.

I'd tried the Buffalo Chicken and Italian Beef version before and it seems like, this time, the P'Zolo shrunk a bit; it looked smaller and felt lighter. It was also a little on the burnt side (How does that even work? Doesn't it just go through a conveyor oven at the same temperature as everything else?)

The filling was a somewhat sparse this time around. While the salty meats provide decent flavor, I could have used a lot more cheese. I liked the spiciness of the pepperoni and Italian sausage, but the ham is a bit lost in the mix. Still, it's a bit bland with the relative dearth of filling. Marinara sauce was a must here.

The crust this time around was a bit chewier, but still had a touch of that Pizza Hut Pan crust oily crispness. While the P'Zolo was burnt in some places, it, fortunately, didn't exhibit much burnt flavor.

Overall, I thought it was just okay. I might get it again because it's fresh baked dough and has pepperoni, but I might not. It's still a good value although it felt like they skimped this time around.

Nutritional Info - Pizza Hut Meat Trio P'Zolo
Calories - 550 (from Fat - 260)
Fat - 28g (Saturated Fat - 11g)
Sodium - 1310mg
Carbs - 50g (Sugar - 3g)
Protein - 24g

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9 comments:

  1. I was most interested in this one since I prefer pepperoni and sausage, especially pepperoni. Hopefully you just didn't get a great one, it looks simply okay as you aptly described it.

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  2. Hysterical the terrible one ended up being one used for a review. Pizza Hut should be ashamed. When you buy from a chain there should be consistency which is the only benefit of mediocre chain food. This is pitiful. The one I had was better but still barely had filling but nothing as terrible as this. Pitiful!

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  3. As I mumbled in another comment I believe that the vittles output of the majority of pizza, etc. firms have greatly reduced the amount and quality of cheese used to create their edibles.

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  4. I think it's funny consumers want everything for free you want a 3 dollar product this is what you get lol stop complaining you are ruining our economy with your whining that's why companies are all downgrading because people complain of price then quality lol you get what you pay for you probably don't even have a job lol well I won't be back to this pitiful whiners site so don't bother responding

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  5.  Wow... I hope that somehow made you feel more important.

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  6. Actually sites like this are great for the economy... part of a good Capitalistic system is choice and competition. I don't always agree with the reviews, but they are well done and fair. As opposed to your judgmental comment about not having a job, which makes no sense whatsoever.

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  7. ChrissmithatworkThursday, July 05, 2012

    That's my experience with Pizza Hut in general. They skimp on everything.

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  8. Thank you for posting the nutrition info! It was not on the Pizza Hut website and they didn't have it when I called corporate to ask about it. I am doing Weight Watchers and needed to calculate it. I had the 3 meat trio, not terrible but not worth the 15 points plus! LOL! 

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  9. No problem! I try to get the info when I can.

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