Review: Aldi – Mama Cozzi’s Meatball Calzone
Calzone Meatballs Aldi’s Mama Cozzi’s It options “meatballs, mozzarella, ricotta, romano, and provolone cheese filling topped with romano in a golden pocket.”
Calzone value me 7 oz $2.99.
I discovered this within the ready meals part at Aldi and it takes about 2 minutes to warmth up within the microwave. I attempted a mixture of microwaving and air frying to attempt to get it slightly outdoors nevertheless it did not take and I did not need to danger burning parsley on high.
The dough/bread on the calzone was mushy and chewy with a considerably tight crumb (inner construction).
Inside was possibly 5 – 6 small meatballs, a little bit of tomato sauce, and a properly unfold melted melted cheese. The meatballs had a pleasant squishy texture to go along with a rough grind and spiced flavour. The tomato sauce supplied a little bit of tang, whereas the cheese was probably the most plentiful however largely tasted and felt like mozzarella – I did not get the grainy texture I would count on from ricotta and the Romano’s notes had been very delicate.
General, Aldi’s Mama Cozzone’s Meatball Calzone left a few of the textures I would come to count on in a calzone and may very well be meatier however nonetheless pleasant and comes at an inexpensive worth. The crunchy cheese was very satisfying.
Dietary info – Aldi’s Mama Cozzi’s Meatball Calzone (198g)
Energy – 470 (from fats – 170)
Fats – 19g (saturated fats – 9g)
Sodium – 1120 mg
Carbohydrates – 51g (sugar – 5g)
Protein – 23 g
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