Dr Oetker's Ristorante Mozzarella Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Dr Oetker's Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... at the time. I end to have no loyalty to brands as a student and just tend to go for the cheapest option but I have to say ... more
by - written on 14/10/10, updated on 14/10/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I always remember seeing the TV advert for this pizza, where a couple are dining at a table, where the camera then pans out to reveal they are dining on a bridge. What this means I don't know, but there you have it! I fancied buying something easier to cook when I was in Tesco and fancied a frozen pizza, I browsed the dedicated frozen pizza section and it seems as if it gets bigger every time I pass. Ristorante was the only one that stood out amongst the depressing range of 'Value Cheese and Tomato' or mountains of cheese forming a 'Cheese Overload'. I paid just under £2.50 so it's not the cheapest option available but it's definitely worth it. The box alone ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
*also on ciao under kayleaf* I'm usually not a fan of thin crust pizza's but on a recent shop to Sainsbury's found the Dr. Oetker were on a half price offer and as pizza is one of those 'quick to do' foods I picked up a couple as I seem to be getting too tired to cook real food. I chose the thin crust because of the offer and because I usually associate them with a lower in fat/healthier option (although, it's not always the case!) Dr. Oetker Dr Oetker has been producing a range of foods from their headquarters in Bielefield, North Germany since 1893. They are regarded as one of the leading companies in German food manufactuing. They supply ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/10 (Very useful, 218 readings)
Starring: Dr. Oetker and the Ristorante Mozzarella Pizza. (Yes, Edam is in it!) I'm writing to warn members of the dark world and dangers of Dr. Oetker Ristorante Mozzarella Pizza. You may have seen the Dr in shops, perhaps on offers staring at you saying: 'buy me, and my sister.' There is a photo of the culprit just above this warning message, look at it and remember it, you will usually find them dressed up in Italian style cardboard outfits, pretending to be Italian. They're not Italian, they're German! I can state Dr. Oetker is not a real doctor either! It is a brand name, nothing more. Giving the impression that this product is good for you by using ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
In a fit of unprecedented generosity, I gave one of my frozen pizzas to my friend who had nothing in the house for tea. My kindness was repaid a few days later when she walked in carrying a Dr Oetker Mozzarella Pizza, which I had never tried before. I decided to have it for tea as I was feeling lazy! The pizza comes in a box which has an attractive (and accurate) picture of the pizza on the box, which does look very appetising. The box contains information about the pizza in about 20 different languages, and cooking instructions which basically state that the pizza should be cooked from frozen for 12 minutes. When I took the pizza out of the oven I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
***My story*** First and foremost Dr. Oetker's Ristorante pizzas are all thin based frozen pizzas and this already puts a downer on the pizzas for me. I love to buy fresh... I do love to make my own pizzas from scratch but being at university I just don't have the facilities and equipment to do this. My fridge space consists of one very tiny shelf and my kitchen utensils and pans literally consist of about 4 items. Therefore I usually buy readymade pizzas to put in the fridge. However I came across this pizza in the small Amigos university shop. This shop literally has the basics of everything... well not everything just what only students are ... Read the complete review
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