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Community Level 6jedimaster...

jedimastergray73

Grab a PIZZA the action on a virtual tour of Asda's CYO Counter ! Review with images

AdvantagesDelicious pizzas, fantastic choice of toppings and extras and great value for money ...

DisadvantagesIt's popular ... so be prepared to wait in line !!!

"...of our weekly shopping at Asda and whilst we do prepare and cook most of our own meals we do treat ourselves from time to time too ! Asda have two great deli counters that we visit each week ... one that sells the freshly prepared Chinese/Indian Takeaway Meals and the other where you can Create Your Own Pizza. I read several reviews about Asda Create Your Own Pizza yesterday and discovered quite a few out of date reviews (in terms of prices) and ..." Read review
10.11.2009

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Community Level 5seanbond87

seanbond87

Have a pizza de action

AdvantagesInexpensive, tasty and personal

DisadvantagesI eat too much of it!!

"== Asda Create Your Own Pizza == === INTRODUCTION === Ok, I am now officially a greedy pig!! I KNEW when I visited the pizza counter in Asda this morning that my wife would only want a tiny piece of the pizza so WHY did I buy a 14” one? But buy it I did, and dear reader, despite the fact that, as I guessed, my wife had only one very small slice, somehow or other the full pizza has disappeared!! Cue Sean donning his red fez!! _“Just like that”_!! ..." Read review
16.04.2010

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Community Level 3gia12345

gia12345

pizza fun!

Advantagestasty, yummy

Disadvantagesdecisions decisions!

"...pizza' section of my local Asda and my nephew pretty much declared that we NEEDED to buy one at once. He stood mesmerised by the lady behind the counter who was creating these pizzas, he was fascinated with what she was doing and so I couldn't help but agree to his request. I thought it would be a nice treat for him and I also quite fancied one as they looked appealing! === How it works === Basically ceate your own pizza is exactly as it sounds! ..." Read review
10.11.2009

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Community Level 5stephbond89

stephbond89

Create your own masterpiece without the mess in your own kitchen!

AdvantagesExcellent value for money, great taste! Easy to cook, delicious to eat!

DisadvantagesNone!!

"... Sometimes you go into your Asda and look for a pizza, but they just never satisfy everybody in the family. There will always be someone who doesn't want onion, or doesn't want pineapple, or who doesn't like meat. Some may think the only other option is to buy the (very!) expensive Dominoes pizzas where you can choose your own toppings, these cost almost £8 for a simple cheese and tomato pizza at 13.5inch, this is for a regular pizza base, and simple ..." Read review
11.11.2009

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Community Level 6oldchem

oldchem

Oldchem becomes a Pizzaioli - so can you!! Review with images

AdvantagesConvenient, unique and inexpensive

DisadvantagesNot the healthiest of foods!!

"== Asda Create Your Own Pizza == === INTRODUCTION === Did you know that the word “pizza" comes from the Latin word pinsa, meaning flatbread? Or that early Greeks called the early pizza ‘plankuntos’ and it was basically used as an edible plate when eating stews or thick broth. Or that it was only after the introduction of tomatoes to Italian cuisine in the 18th and early 19th centuries finally gave us the true modern Italian pizza. Whatever ..." Read review
11.11.2009

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Community Level 2Ortu

Ortu

Create you own Adsa Pizza cheap and chearful night in!!

Advantagesgreat choice, cheaper than a takeaway.

DisadvantagesLong wait, slow service.

"As a family we believe in home cooking and generally steer clear of "ready meals" However when it comes to my Girly nights in we almost always grab a couple of Asda's Create your own pizzas from the deli counter. You may have to wait for ages to be served as the station is not very well staffed ( or at least not at my local ASDA) but once you get there you'll find there is a lot of choice. They have their "Extra Special" range or the standard ..." Read review
12.11.2009

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Community Level 6carl.mcqueen

carl.mcqueen

Asda Create Your Own Pizza

AdvantagesDelicious!

DisadvantagesNone!

"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, ..." Read review
05.11.2009

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Great taste, Great value!

Advantagesgreat taste, variety of toppings, cheap, your own unique pizza

Disadvantageshave to cook it yourself

"...pizzas are avaliable in many Asda stores across the country. The stores have their own 'create your own' pizza stand, and you can either select a pizza that has been freshly made and pre wrapped that day (in my opinion, no fun!) or create your own, right down to choosing base type, toppings and how much cheese you want! What is there to choose from? BASES: - Thin crust (thin and crispy oven bake style) - Stonebaked (flat and crispy base, firm texture) - ..." Read review
10.11.2009

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my favourite at the moment

Advantagesgreat

Disadvantagesdon't know

"...on his as well as asda don't have them to choose from. When they prepared the 10 inch they put a load of cheese on then let it fall off and leave just a bit on before adding the other ingredients. This is fine because my husband has chilli cheese on as well but it wouldn't be so great if he didn't and I would have to ask for a sprinkling of cheese on top. The 14 inch that was just extra cheese was just the tomato sauce and lots of grated cheese. ..." Read review
21.06.2012

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Your own tasty creation that keeps in the freezer! Great Value!

AdvantagesChoose your own size, base and toppings, great value and you can freeze them!

DisadvantagesShould be a little more generous with toppings sometimes and let you swop ingredients.

"...there! We used to shop at Asda every week when we lived closer and we would always buy two pizzas, which were often on special offer. Two 10 inch create your own pizzas for £5 or something similar. My partner doesn't eat cheese, so it is ideal for him as there are not many pizzas that can be bought off the shelf that don't have cheese on them. The only problem we have found when it comes to ordering his selection is that he likes the BBQ in ..." Read review
11.11.2009

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Meat feast

Advantageseverything

Disadvantagescan get very hot

"...do not live near an Asda no more. I used to buy these quite often for my husband and me. They are really good, you go to the counter and you have the choice of base, thin and crispy or deep pan. I am greedy so used to choose the deep pan loll. Then you choose the choice of toppings, tomato puree and cheese come as standard. Then you choose four other toppings, as I don't like peppers and things like that I used to just get 2 or 3 different types ..." Read review
11.02.2008

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Community Level 2chicken82

chicken82

Best pizza ever!

AdvantagesMassive, cheap, good variety of choice.

Disadvantagesnone.

"...im sitting here munching an asda create your own pizza, i thought id better review them! I have never been a massive fan of pizza unless it was home made or from dominos. Then i discovered asda. You can choose from a variety of bases - deep pan, thin and crispy, stonebaked etc and you can opt for the traditional tomatoe base or a bbq flavour one. They come in 2 different sizes. As far as toppings go, you can choose 4, 6 or 8. Toppings include ..." Read review
12.03.2008

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Community Level 1robynhobbs

robynhobbs

Asda Create Your Own Pizza-A great alternative to pricey takeways

Advantagesprice, taste, size

Disadvantagescooking time

"As a huge fan of pizza I feel this is a great choice. I come from a largely vegetarian family, with a mix in food tastes, especially when it comes to pizza. My little brother only likes margharrita pizzas, with a few peppers and nothing fancy, whilst my other brother loves meat feast style pizzas, my parents love all the veg and jalapenos. Asda's create your own pizza is in my opinion a great alternative to an often pricey takeaway and from my ..." Read review
11.11.2009

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Community Level 1Karibou

Karibou

A nice idea but not like a visit to a real Pizzaria

AdvantagesChoice, something a bit different

Disadvantagesnot always nice to eat, or how fresh

"Asda Create your own Pizza is a really nice idea. It looks tempting in the store, with all the potential Pizza toppings laid out for your choosing, and some ready made fresh Pizza's if you prefer to just pick one up quickly. It's a lovely idea to be able to create your own Pizza, and a good idea to get children involved in trying different things, but unfortunately in my experience the Pizza isn't really all that good, and I'd rather choose my own ..." Read review
10.11.2009

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Community Level 1thegamemus...

thegamemuseum

worst pizzas i have tasted

Advantagesnone except for price

Disadvantagessoggy crust, bland ingredients.

"as i am at asda i decide that i have something that i can eat while a watch the football , i stumble upon a asda pizza counter where they serve pizzas and i think they look okay so i have nothing too lose. i order a stuffed crust with pepperoni, mushroom,mozzarella and sweetcorn. it came up to about 3 pounds so cheaper than my local takeaway. i get it home and put it in the oven while to my disgust i saw that the peperoni smelled iffy, so i took ..." Read review
31.12.2009

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