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Hot dog stuffed crust  / Sweet chilli chicken / Cheeseburger Pizzas £1.99 each @ ALDI
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Hot dog stuffed crust / Sweet chilli chicken / Cheeseburger Pizzas £1.99 each @ ALDI

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Posted 19th Sep 2019Available: National

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The hot dog stuffed crust pizza is loaded with sliced sausages on top of mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce, fried onions and a tomato relish stuffed crust.

There’s also a sweet chilli chicken pizza with spicy chicken, peppers, red onion and spinach, accompanied with crust stuffed with sweet chilli sauce.

Finally, Aldi will be selling a cheeseburger pizza with ground chilli beef, tomato sauce, gherkins, tomatoes and onion, drizzled in burger sauce and a crust filled with cheese.

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17 Comments
These sound great.
Phwoar .. I want all of them ..
I like their normal stuffed crust ones i hope these are just as good or better noms...
Hot dog stuffed pizza .. That there will have Jamie "saint" Oliver on a crusade , without a doubt
Get in my belly. Heat
Yummy yummy in my tummy!
Sounds disgusting. But it's cheap
gezci19/09/2019 18:14

Sounds disgusting. But it's cheap


Sounds great.
I’m buying all of them from all Aldi’s. no one else will get these
Are these any better than the Chicago Town takeaway ones? Because they are absolutely disgusting. The base was like soggy sponge and the sauce in the crust tasted like dishwater.
ruffedgrouse19/09/2019 19:28

Are these any better than the Chicago Town takeaway ones? Because they are …Are these any better than the Chicago Town takeaway ones? Because they are absolutely disgusting. The base was like soggy sponge and the sauce in the crust tasted like dishwater.


Well I quite like Chicago town if you cook it properly in a decent oven but I'd also be keen to hear how these compare.
FrugalFergal19/09/2019 19:56

Well I quite like Chicago town if you cook it properly in a decent oven …Well I quite like Chicago town if you cook it properly in a decent oven but I'd also be keen to hear how these compare.


I've found Chicago Town to be hit an miss between the different varieties. I've used both a 400°C capable pizza oven as well as my IKEA Whirlpool oven (excellent for baked goods, better than £1k+ Neff) & some just don't do well base wise, taste is obviously subjective.

I've had a few bad experiences with Carlos Pizzas when it comes to taste, they can be too bland (Spinach & Ricotta?) or far too sweet (barbecue) for my tastes. I'll definitely give these a go though because I'm pretty sure I've had them before a while ago & they were excellent.
GothBoy19/09/2019 20:26

I've found Chicago Town to be hit an miss between the different varieties. …I've found Chicago Town to be hit an miss between the different varieties. I've used both a 400°C capable pizza oven as well as my IKEA Whirlpool oven (excellent for baked goods, better than £1k+ Neff) & some just don't do well base wise, taste is obviously subjective.I've had a few bad experiences with Carlos Pizzas when it comes to taste, they can be too bland (Spinach & Ricotta?) or far too sweet (barbecue) for my tastes. I'll definitely give these a go though because I'm pretty sure I've had them before a while ago & they were excellent.


My favourite frozen pizzas are Icelands Luxury Italian pizza's for £1.75 each. Short of that have you tried baking yours on a pizza stong to avoid a soggy bottom?
FrugalFergal19/09/2019 21:06

My favourite frozen pizzas are Icelands Luxury Italian pizza's for £1.75 …My favourite frozen pizzas are Icelands Luxury Italian pizza's for £1.75 each. Short of that have you tried baking yours on a pizza stong to avoid a soggy bottom?


Yeah, I used a pizza stone (pre-heated, obvs) until it broke one day. I now use a thick metal pizza tray that has holes in it, it's even better than the stone in my opinion. It was only a few 'flavours' of the Chicago Town that would be soggy, even with the stone or tray, & I think it was because of the topping. If you cook those long enough to get a firm base right to the centre then you end up with ceramic crust on the edges.
The Chicago Town one I tried was the BBQ and the base was soggy and literally steaming with water after being cooked in the (excellent) Sage Smart Oven. I transferred it to a cast iron pan and cooked it on the stove-top but even with a crispy base it tasted disgusting, in my opinion.
ruffedgrouse19/09/2019 23:33

The Chicago Town one I tried was the BBQ and the base was soggy and …The Chicago Town one I tried was the BBQ and the base was soggy and literally steaming with water after being cooked in the (excellent) Sage Smart Oven. I transferred it to a cast iron pan and cooked it on the stove-top but even with a crispy base it tasted disgusting, in my opinion.


That's one of the ones I recall being absolutely rank. It had a base that was a bit like a defrosted frozen pizza even when cooked properly & there were pools of watery liquid resting on it even though the top was 'done'.
Mmmmm, these sound tasty. Must. Have.
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