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ASDA Stonebaked Cheese and tomato pizza (and pepperoni) 345G reduced to £1 from £2.38
ASDA Stonebaked Cheese and tomato pizza (and pepperoni) 345G reduced to £1 from £2.38

ASDA Stonebaked Cheese and tomato pizza (and pepperoni) 345G reduced to £1 from £2.38

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New! Reduced packaging. Stonebaked pizza base topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella, Cheddar and sweet cherry tomatoes. No artificial colours, flavours or hydrogenated fat. No preservatives. We've done all the hard work by removing all preservatives from this product. Each 1/2 pizza serving contains LOW Calories 397 20%, LOW Sugar 5.7g 6%, MED Fat 15.8g 23%, HIGH Sat Fat 7.7g 39%, MED Salt 1.3g 22% of your guideline daily amount. As a guide, we recommend this product provides 2 servings. BASE PLASTIC check local recycling. FILM PLASTIC not currently recycled.
Country of Origin UNITED KINGDOM
Packaging Shrink Wrapped
Pack Size 345 g


Ingredients
Ingredients Pizza Base [Wheat Flour, Water, Vegetable Oil, Yeast, Dextrose, Salt, Olive Oil, Malted Wheat Flour, Flour Treatment Agent (Ascorbic Acid)], Cheese Blend (27%) [Mozzarella Cheese, Cheddar Cheese], Cherry Tomatoes (16%), Tomato Sauce (13%) [Tomato, Tomato Pur? Cornflour, Vegetable Oil, Sugar, Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid), Garlic, Oregano, Black Pepper)


Lifestyle
Suitable for Vegetarians
Contains Gluten
Contains Wheat
Contains Milk
Free From Artificial Colours
Free From Artificial Flavours


Nutrition Per Serving
Serving Size Per 1/2 pizza
Energy KJ 1669
Protein 20.5
Available Carbohydrate 43.3
Of Which Sugars 5.7
Fat 15.8
Of which Saturates 7.7
Fibre 4.5
Sodium 0.52


Nutrition Per Unit
Unit Size per 100gms/mls
Energy KJ 971
Protein 11.9
Available Carbohydrate 25.2
Of Which Sugars 3.3
Fat 9.2
Of which Saturates 4.5
Fibre 2.6
Sodium 0.30


Usage
Preparation and Use No preservatives Cooking Instructions - General We have given you these cooking instructions as a guide only. Check product is piping hot before serving. Do not re-heat. Oven cook - From Chilled/Ambient Remove all packaging. Place pizza directly onto the middle shelf of a pre-heated oven with a tray on the shelf below, until the crust turns brown and the cheese begins to bubble. 200°C/400F/Gas Mark 6 for 6-8 minutes. Oven cook - From Frozen Remove all packaging. Place pizza directly onto the middle shelf of a pre-heated oven with a tray on the shelf below, until the crust turns brown and the cheese begins to bubble. 190°C/375°F/Gas Mark 5 for 8-10 minutes.
Storage Information Freeze on day of purchase and consume within 1 month. Once defrosted, do not re-freeze and consume within 1 day. Suitable for Home Freezing Keep Refrigerated

13 Comments

yummy

Banned

Had these Today YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM. SUPER HOT.

will be getting some when i go asda this weekend. Thank you

Add a chopped up chili and some Gorgonzola cheese. Yum! :thumbsup:

Paid £20 each for a couple fo these last Friday, very tasty! :thumbsup:

Were they diamond encrusted?

Thar;4421123

Paid £20 each for a couple fo these last Friday, very tasty! :thumbsup:

Original Poster mod

Civic EG6;4422329

Were they diamond encrusted?



I did wonder:?
Do you think (s)he means £2?

andywedge;4422351

I did wonder:?Do you think (s)he means £2?


:roll: Yes I meant £2 :oops:

"No preservatives. We've done all the hard work by removing all preservatives from this product"

Heh heh heh - it must be really hard work to not add all those preservatives

Why are they called Stonebaked when, quite obviously its not yet cooked, and when it is to be cooked, I doubt very much that anyone would be cooking it in any form of a stone oven.

Unless you are Ray Mears and cook on stones.

these are part cooked otherwise it will be in a round dough with the filling in a bag for you

TheBishopOfSoho;4424830

Why are they called Stonebaked when, quite obviously its not yet cooked, … Why are they called Stonebaked when, quite obviously its not yet cooked, and when it is to be cooked, I doubt very much that anyone would be cooking it in any form of a stone oven. Unless you are Ray Mears and cook on stones.


They are called stonebaked because the crusts are baked in an oven which has a proper stone bed before the topping is added.
Cheers.

Stupalicious Deal! This deserves to reach 1000 degree's!

Well posted Andy...
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