Chicago Town Takeaway Personal Pepperoni Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Chicago Town Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Chicago Town / Type: Pizza
Newest Review: ... and Chicken and Bacon melt as they all sound delicious. Some of the pizzas in the range come with stuffed crust these are; ... more
by - written on 16/02/13 (Very useful, 75 readings)
==Chicago town takeaway pizza - Pepperoni== ==Reason for purchase== Me and my husband both love pizza and pasta and although we have pasta a lot during the week, we perhaps have pizza once a fortnight, this is only because my husband has to eat a lot of healthy food to maintain his fitness at work, so we therefore class it as a treat. The local take aways to us do not deliver directly to our door, so when we seen these pizzas in our local supermarket I was willing to give them a go. We have had many of the other Chicago town pizzas before but we have never tried this specific type. The only type in this product range that we are able to purchase is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
This flavoursome pizza is another in the range from Chicago town. This time from the Takeaway personal range. It has a generous amount of topping and has two types of pepperoni. One large and a smaller more intense variety. There is of course the fabulous tomato base which is thick and fruity and so packed full of flavour it makes your mouth water and then you have the cheese sprinked over the top. This cooks in about 12 to 20 minutes in an oven from cold of 190degrees or 375 f or gas mark 5 and they suggest you let it rest for a minute before serving as it is very hot when it comes out of the oven. The dough base is very light and is of the deeppan variety ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Overall, I'm a big fan of Chicago towns pizza's and this one is no exception. Its a cook from frozen pizza, with tomato and herb sauce, cheese and two types of pepperoni. The difference from your standard pepperoni pizza though comes in the form of the crust. Instead of just bland dough, Chicago town have filled the crust with their 'takeaway sauce' which adds a surprisingly large amount of flavor to an otherwise fairly standard pizza. It crisps up nicely in the oven and unlike other stuffed crust pizza's doesnt leak! My recommendation would be to ensure you cook it from frozen in a pre-heated oven though. Otherwise it does have a slight tendancy to sag a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/10 (Very useful, 170 readings)
Chicago Town Take Away pepperoni pizza is a large pizza which is absolutely LOADED with cheese and pepperoni, and has a sauce stuffed crust. Best cooked from frozen for 25 minutes at 190○C / 375○F / Gas Mark 5, this pizza also comes with a bake & serve pan to save on washing up - Genius! The packaging for this product is quite easily recognizable. The box is black and has the chicago town logo, a picture to show how the pizza looks when cooked, and in large lettering is written "TAKE AWAY" on the front. Also to make the product stand out in a supermarket freezer it has written on the side of the box in large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/10 (Useful, 49 readings)
Friday in my house is pizza Friday. And every week, this is the pizza we eat. Tastes great, cheap, what's not to love? Cooking I love how with this pizza you can just put it in a cold oven, rather than having to wait for the oven to heat up. Also, you can just use the tray the pizza comes with, so there's no washing up of a tray. The pizza takes 25 minutes to cook, which may be longer than a lot of pizzas, however because there is no need to preheat the oven, it feels like it's quicker. Taste The pizza tastes great, there is plenty of pepperoni on the pizza, and I love the stuffed crust, it tastes great, however it would be nice with ... Read the complete review
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