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Uniflame 13 Inch Ceramic pizza stone £1.75 In store Asda
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Uniflame 13 Inch Ceramic pizza stone £1.75 In store Asda

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3274767.jpgAsda Colchester bbq pizza stone for £1.75 also had bbq covers for £1.25

The Uniflame Ceramic Pizza Stone is the ideal size for many ready-made pizzas, and allows any large charcoal or gas barbecue to also cook delicious pizza as a fun alternative to the traditional burgers and chicken. Suitable for use with fresh and frozen pizza, the 12mm thick ceramic stone evenly distributes the heat across the cooking surface for great results.

• Cooks food evenly
• Draws out moisture from the dough
• Promotes a golden, crispy crust
• Ready to use, no pre-seasoning required

Add a touch of difference to the summer event with this novel way to cook your favourite pizza, flatbreads, quesadillas, focaccia and calzones, the Uniflame Pizza Stone be used with a suitably sized barbecue or even in the oven.
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We bought ours from Morrison’s, makes lovely crispy pizzas - will be on the look out in Asda for another - thanks !
Great findThat will go great with my 60p pizza remover from wilko. Saves having to scratch my non stick cook wear,
I prefer a lump of almost indestructible steel plate to the fragile stone, but can't argue with this price.
I must need one of these, its such a good price!!
£7 online, so I’m off to Asdarrrr tomorrow!
Now thats what i call a sh** hot deal!
Had one from ASDA for a few years - great but getting a bit greasy now. Cooks a nice crispy base.
That is one nasty looking pizza!

Work well these, I find they crack after a few years.
Has anyone else seen these in store or is it just a case of a store specific reduction - release the geese?
Mine has cracked so will take a look.
woldranger06/08/2019 09:01

Has anyone else seen these in store or is it just a case of a store …Has anyone else seen these in store or is it just a case of a store specific reduction - release the geese?


Saw one on sunday in Bournemouth but it was £7. May have gone down since tho.
tek-monkey06/08/2019 09:36

Mine has cracked so will take a look.


Mine cracked in 2 a long time ago, but it still works just as well as it did whole.
steveblackman06/08/2019 09:52

Saw one on sunday in Bournemouth but it was £7. May have gone down since …Saw one on sunday in Bournemouth but it was £7. May have gone down since tho.


So still only the OP then?
Is this in all stores? Refuse to pay over £5 for a pan!
woldranger06/08/2019 10:37

So still only the OP then?


I have no idea, so what if it is!
steveblackman06/08/2019 17:40

I have no idea, so what if it is!


The store should be added to the title and it's not much of a deal - we might as well go around posting the yellow label reductions! If it's available in other stores then it's worth people having a look.
woldranger06/08/2019 17:48

The store should be added to the title and it's not much of a deal - we …The store should be added to the title and it's not much of a deal - we might as well go around posting the yellow label reductions! If it's available in other stores then it's worth people having a look.


Assuming it is. Have you tried your local store?
woldranger06/08/2019 17:48

The store should be added to the title and it's not much of a deal - we …The store should be added to the title and it's not much of a deal - we might as well go around posting the yellow label reductions! If it's available in other stores then it's worth people having a look.


Colchester and Ipswich had stock and it wasn’t a yellow sticker reduced item. the lady was changing the price from £7 to £1.75 on the white label on the shelf.
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