Asda pizzas

Ciro_DiMarzio

Central Defender
I like them. I did used to prefer the sainsburys ones but they cha ged the ground beef and the new gear isn't good.
 

Marty Moose

Striker
Asda bases always used to be their achillies heel back in the day, have they improved? Used to be a staunch Sainsbury's man, but standards have slipped, they are using inferior toppings now than before, have rationed the portions and put the prices up
 
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Marty Moose

Striker
I like them. I did used to prefer the sainsburys ones but they cha ged the ground beef and the new gear isn't good.
They've fucked about with the jalepenos as well. Used to be class, freshly cut and hot as hell, now it's the same soggy tasteless out of a jar mess everyone uses
 

Ciro_DiMarzio

Central Defender
They've fucked about with the jalepenos as well. Used to be class, freshly cut and hot as hell, now it's the same soggy tasteless out of a jar mess everyone uses
Shane. They used to be top notch. We used to go to sainsburys specifically for them but end up spending more money while we were there.
 

Rainhill

Central Defender
Asda bases always used to be their achillies heel back in the day, have they improved? Used to be a staunch Sainsbury's man, but standards have slipped, they are using inferior toppings now than before, have rationed the portions and put the prices up
I concur. Bought one the other week. Was crap. Bland.
 

Nukehasslefan

Goalkeeper
ASDA pizza's are ok but jazz them up by adding extra toppings of different cheeses and some sliced up cherry tomatoes with some dried basil, dried garlic, black pepper and finished off with some crispy dried onions, then into the oven.
Once cooked in the oven I let it cool then take whatever pieces I want (generally two) and put them on a plate into the microwave for 1 minute.
It makes the pizza softer and it's turns from reasonable to delicious.
 
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