Iceland Thin and Crispy Chicken Fajita Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Iceland Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Iceland / Type: Pizza
Newest Review: ... so I thought I'd get a £1 pizza rather than putting a couple of pound on my debit card. I had a good selection of pizzas to ... more
by - written on 03/12/10, updated on 03/12/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I popped into Iceland on my way home from work, loaded with cold I couldn't be bothered to cook so I thought Iceland would be the perfect place to go buy something that I could put in the microwave / oven. The first aisle I came too was the pizza aisle, everything from mini pizzas to full size pizzas, thin crust to deep pan, microwavable pizza and stuffed crust. All priced either £1, £1.50 or £2. Checking my purse I realised I only had £1.20 so I thought I'd get a £1 pizza rather than putting a couple of pound on my debit card. I had a good selection of pizzas to choose from including but not limited to Chicken Fajita, Tuna, Pepperoni and Meat Feast. Being a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/10, updated on 15/05/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
I was having a good look around Iceland last week as their current window displays are full of advertisements featuring a good range of products for just £1. I like to have a fairly well-stocked freezer in case either of our daughters pop home unexpectedly so decided to make a beeline for the pizza section. At the moment they have their own brand 4 cheese, ham & pineapple, pepperoni & this chicken fajita - only £1 each - so I thought I'd give them all a try. The box is as shown in the picture & doesn't really look that exciting but don't let them put you off - these are, in my opinion, a surprisingly good pizza. On the reverse of the box ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
We're working our way through trying all the Iceland thin and crispy pizza range at the moment. Well at £1 for a 365g pizza they seem such good value it seemed silly not to buy one of each when I was stocking the freezer up. This particular one is billed as Chicken Fajita pizza, and has lots of decent sized (about 1cm cubed, or maybe a little under) piece of fajita seasoned chicken all over it. It does also have green and red pepper too, and of course a tomato sauce spread on the base and cheese as well, but without those last two it wouldn't be much of a pizza would it. I have to say on taking it out of the box I was quite impressed by the amount ... Read the complete review
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