Asda Create your Own Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Asda Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Pizza
Newest Review: ... pizzas in the past. But what I have always enjoyed is deli create-your-own-pizza from Asda. Prepared right in front of you, ... more
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 1112 readings)
>>> INTRODUCTION <<< We do the majority of our weekly shopping at Asda and whilst we do prepare and cook most of our own meals we do treat ourselves from time to time too ! Asda have two great deli counters that we visit each week ... one that sells the freshly prepared Chinese/Indian Takeaway Meals and the other where you can Create Your Own Pizza. I read several reviews about Asda Create Your Own Pizza yesterday and discovered quite a few out of date reviews (in terms of prices) and I also found several reviews that mentioned the fact that you could buy a Create Your Own Pizza with a 12 inch base ... which is rather misleading ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/13 (Very useful, 215 readings)
I am not the kind of person that indulges in a takeaway often. I'm also not the kind of person that likes ready meals. Asda's create your own pizza breaks both of my rules - if you've never had one of these pizzas you're in for a treat! Recently I had a slice of a takeaway pizza from a very popular pizza company. When I opened the box it wasn't particularly aesthically pleasing but I'm a firm believer in not dressing up your meals and just enjoying the flavour. It was only a basic pepperoni but I was left with so much disappointment. The cheese was chewy, the pepperoni overly crisp, the crust floppy and it was topped with so much oil I could practically gargle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/12 (Very useful, 764 readings)
Pizza is one of those foods that just hits the spot on a Saturday night in front of the telly. It's quick and convenient and you can have it in so many different flavours! For a number of years now I have been a regular buyer of Asda's create your own pizza's which are made freshly to your order or you can choose one of the ones that have already been made if you prefer not to wait for something specific. ~Price & Availability ~ As far as I know asda is the only supermarket which does this kind of pizza counter where you get your own personalized pizza. You can choose from a variety of pre-made pizzas such as vegetable supreme, meat feast, spicy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/12 (Very useful, 315 readings)
For a long time we used to order takeaway pizza on a Friday night. It was the perfect end to the week, no cooking along with tasty food. Then the cost started to creep up and the pizzas themselves seemed to come along with a layer of grease. The two things combined put me off buying, and next time I was Adsa I decided to buy one of their create your own pizzas, and have never ordered from our local pizza takeaway since. You can get the create your own in a variety of sizes (10 and 12 inch ) and base types ( thin crust, stuffed crust -- this will cost extra, and stone baked ) and while our local shop has a selection of pre-made pizzas ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/11 (Very useful, 577 readings)
As a vegetarian who doesn't like peppers (why do meat free pizzas always have peppers on them?) my pizza choice is often limited to cheese and tomato. Every now again and again I might opt for the ever more exciting 'four cheese' pizza. Now don't get me wrong, I love cheese. In fact, for someone who likes to watch and control their calorie intake I probably love cheese far too much. I do, however, often long for something else on my pizza, something different, something which will add more flavour. My favourite pizza has to be a deep pan base, BBQ sauce, cheese, pineapple, black olives, mushrooms and sweetcorn. If you've ever seen one of those in the freezer ... Read the complete review
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