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Everyone loves pizza...or at least should do! Easy to prepare and can constitute a full meal. Heck, even depending on the ingredients you can get one or two of your five a day...kind of! Well here are Asda's very own Create Your Own Pizzas.In every decent sized Asda, which the majority are, you'll find a Create Your Own Pizza point near the Deli counter where you can whip these things up. Often there'll be a queue, as they're just so popular, and cheap for the quality of product.
You can pick a size between 10, 12 and 14-inch bases, and the type of base - stone baked, thin and crispy, deep pan, and stuffed crust for the largest size base. Then the fun really begins...The vendor will ask if you want traditional tomato sauce on the base or a barbeque option, then they'll add cheese. Then normally you can pick 4 types of topping and then they'll add yet more cheese. Of course, you can have as many toppings as you really like but four is the amount they allow without upping the price, but in all honest four is more than enough.
The toppings to choose from are plentiful. You've got the vegetables (or fruit if you include pineapple) such as mushroom, red onion, tomato, olives, sweetcorn, mixed peppers. Then there's meat such as pepperoni, ham, bacon, chicken - both plain and Cajun, and spicy beef. There's also the option of having one of your toppings as additional mozzarella discs. There may be stuff such as anchovies thrown in there, but they're disgusting so the less said about them the better.Often with pre-made pizzas, be it fresh or frozen, the toppings will be minimal, won't reach the edge of the base and if they're frozen will easily burn in the oven. But the Create Your Own option often results in plenty of topping spread evenly around the pizza. Perfect.
At the counter there are pre-made traditional types of pizza such as Margarita, Hawaiian, American Hot, Meat Feast etc. etc. but sometimes they don't look too appetising as they look as if they've been rushed together and lack the topping you get if you have it custom made.Price wise, last time I was there they cost approximately £2.39 for a 10-inch pizza, with offers available such as two for £4, or on the larger pizzas two for £5. An absolute bargain anyone who's tried them will agree. They're certainly the best tasting supermarket pizzas I've come across, and some can be rubbish it's fair to say. So next time you're in Asda, have a wander past the Pizza section. If you walk straight past, you'll be a fool!
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