Sainsbury's Cheese and Tomato Thin and Crispy Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Other Ready Meals / A thin & crispy pizza base covered with a rich tomato sauce, a blend of mozzarella and cheddar cheeses, and finally garnished with parsley.
Newest Review: ... an offer of buy one get second at half price, which I did. It comes in a (311g)cardboard box which shows the pizza plus a ... more
by - written on 05/06/10, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 114 readings)
While my daughter had her nose deep in history text books, revising for imminent A/S exams, I thought I'd cook her a pizza. I had a large Sainsbury's Thin & Crispy cheese and tomato (Margherita) stonebake pizza in the freezer. She said she couldn't manage one by herself so I could have a couple of slices. Generous or what! Really, this suited me as I had something else in the fridge that was getting near to it's use by date. The pizza, or as much of it as she wanted, would be for her to keep her strength up! This frozen pizza was priced at £2.00 but had an offer of buy one get second at half price, which I did. It comes in a (311g)cardboard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Last night I was feeling tired, so decided my Friday night treat would be a pizza. I don't normally buy them ready-made as I'm never impressed, but I decided it would be fine with a load of toppings. The pizza I'd bought was a 'thin and crispy' cheese and tomato pizza from Sainsbury's, which I believe was cheap at around £1.50. I have to say that this isn't normally the kind I'd go for as I like thick bases with proper crust, but I was in a rush and just picked it up. The pizza can be kept in the fridge or freezer, and doesn't contain palm oil. It can be cooked on gas mark 5 for just 15 minutes from frozen, which makes it a nice quick meal. At over 400 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
After going to the cinema on Friday night me and my friend got in and we were pretty hungry to say the least. We found a couple of pizzas in the fridge so we put them both in the oven so my mum and dad could have some too, they cooked really well and the smell was delicious, they didn't last long either! Price: These pizzas are £2 each but at the moment they're 2 for £3 which is really good value as they're a pretty decent size. I'd say that one pizza would feed 2 but if you have a bigger appetite a few chips of some salad on the side would accompany the dish well. Packaging: The pizza comes in an almost flat cardboard box with a window so you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Having just bought one of these and eaten it, I thought it best to review it while it's fresh in my mind. Mine was on offer so I can't recall the exact price but I believe it was somewhere in the region of about £1.50, it comes packaged well and kept fresh, it's also freezeable if you choose to eat it at a later date. It tastes delicious and there's an ample amount of cheese and tomato in order to satisfy your taste. There's a lot of nutritional information on the back as well so you can decide beforehand if you're going to get your GDA's and additives for the day. I did think there was a number of criticisms though. Firstly, thin is an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I am always the first person to say that a GOOD margarita is hard to do, but when done well, can taste amazing. Sainsburys, I have to say make a pretty good effort with this. As one would expect, it is a plain cheese pizza BUT, very nice considering the price. BASE: As described on the box, is thin and crispy - however, this can often mean flat and crunchie, not in this case, its a really nice tasting base and very discreet so that the bread does not over power the taste of the cheese. It does not break and crumble or go hard at the edges the way some value pizza bases do. SAUCE: What I like about this pizza is that ... Read the complete review
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