Dr Oetker's Ristorante Pizza - Funghi Reviews
Product Type: Dr Oetker's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Dr Oetker's / Type: Pizza
Newest Review: ... the Mozzarella flavour, I do also enjoy mushrooms on my pizza and was still too exhausted from the Head Cold From Hell to ... more
by - written on 22/03/11, updated on 22/03/11 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Peppers...ugh! There was a time when I would only have pizza freshly made at a parlour, where I could choose my own toppings to avoid the loathsome things. The ubiquitous pepper, in all its various colours and flavours, was probably the main reason why I had never quite taken to any particular frozen pizza. No matter which one you picked up with, you would find a fair sprinkling of them when you took it out of the packaging. That is until the day I picked up with a Dr Oetker Ristorante Pizza. The initial attraction had been that the pizza was on offer, quite a common event with this range if you are patient and shop around a bit. I have maximum prices in mind ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I'm a big lover of Italian food, in particular Pizza's. I usually eat at Pizza Express as I love fresh, thin based Italian style pizza's. I'm not too keen on there frozen pizza's and find them expensive, so when shopping the other day I noticed the 'Ristorante funghi Pizza' on special offer for £1.29 which I thought was cheap enough to try and see what I thought. The pizza itself takes 10-12 minutes in a pre-heated over at 180 degrees. I would recommend watching it though as often it looks undercooked or just right when then base it often very dry and crumbley. I always take it out when I think it isn't fully cooked, as its the only way of getting it just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 196 readings)
I have only been eating frozen pizzas for a few years as I used to get an allergic reaction to something in them that would cause little blisters on the inside of my mouth however either they ingredients have changed or I have grown out of my allergy. After a very enjoyable and unusual pizza by Dr Oetker. I decided to purchase another while they are on offer at Morrison's. They are currently £1.15 per pizza. I purchased the Ristorante Funghi pizza. We had it for tea and my son had a main meal at nursery and then had been to soft play in the afternoon so not a great time for getting a big meal inside him. I followed the cooking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Over Xmas we seem to have been eating a lot of pizzas. We've all been madly busy and pizza is usually the only thing we can all agree on when we're eating out of the freezer instead of cooking a proper meal. One pizza I've realised I LOVE is this Ristorante Funghi one, it's basically a mushroom pizza and if you don't like mushrooms then I deffo recommend you give this one a miss because it's got loads of them on and some of them are sliced quite thick. I wouldn't say I love mushrooms but they are cooked so nice on this pizza and go so good with the cheese and tomato that I've deffo fallen in love with it. The base of the pizza is mega thin. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/13, updated on 04/12/13 (Very useful, 118 readings)
I do love pizza. I am also far too lazy when it comes to cooking and have a supermarket over the road. As Sainsbury's have these on offer at the moment at £1.40 and I also had a coupon burning a hole in my purse, buying one of these for lunch was a no-brainer. Unlike many supermarket pizzas, the good Doctor Oetker's are a good size for a single person, even if they do give the serving size as a third of a pizza for calorie purposes. The toppings are spread out to the edge, avoiding the dried out overly crispy edge problem of some competing products. Though I mostly get the Mozzarella flavour, I do also enjoy mushrooms on my pizza and was still too ... Read the complete review
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