Yes, I worked at Domino's for a couple of years, a while ago. During training, I was given a scale and, to cover a pizza, I had to use it until I could see the right amount with my eyball. If I remember correctly, a large single-coverage coverage would come standard with 8 oz. Of cheese, then 48 pepperoni (seriously, neither more nor less; always touching, never crossing each other).
When you order more cheese, add another 6 ounces. On the top, AFTER adding the other ingredients, thus giving it an appearance covered in cheese. Adding ingredients after baking the cheese makes it look more appetizing. The ingredients wouldn't be as appealing if they were buried under the cheese.
Pizza looks more appetizing and recognizable when placed on top of the cheese. Ignore the pizza instructions and instead try to emulate the high heat of a brick oven by raising the oven temperature to its maximum, often 550 degrees F. This will give you an ultra-crispy dough and you'll finish baking dinner even faster. Just be sure to keep an eye on the pizza, as it won't take as long as one baked at 400 degrees F.
Especially if the base cheese used in the pizza is mozzarella. Some people also like to add Parmesan to their pizza dough to infuse a little more umami into the dough. For some, this may not count as a dressing, but for us, there's nothing better than adding more cheese to a pizza. Frozen pizza dough is usually pale, crumbly and tasteless, but if you add a condiment finish, you'll make it everyone's favorite part of pizza.
If you want the authentic Italian flavor, you can try putting provolone cheese on the pizza first. From the base to the sauce, the cheese and the ingredients, you can choose different options to create a pizza that is totally unique to you. The sliced onion will give the pizza a nice flavor, but be sure to put it on the pizza before the cheese. While it's possible to go overboard in the cheese department, an extra dash of some higher-quality produce can greatly improve a frozen pizza.
When I worked at Pizza Hut, if it said extra cheese, it would say what the recipe said should be the amount of extra cheese. Cheese is essential for keeping the dough crispy, but it also balances the flavor of the entire pizza. The mild flavor of the cheese goes well with the rich, moist tomato sauce. Italian pizzas are traditionally made with cheese on top, while American and deep-dish pizzas are made with cheese underneath the dough.
Fresh mozzarella, the kind that comes in a brine tub, can take pizza to a whole new level, but it requires a little extra preparation to keep it from getting soaked. While many cheese-loving pizza enthusiasts are familiar with classic cheese ingredients, such as mozzarella, few are familiar with unusual options, such as ricotta or mixed cheese blends.