Written on: 23/11/2012 by nanicholi (15 reviews written)
I like my pizzas; I particularly enjoy "doctoring" them to enhance the taste and nutritional value they have.
Today i am going to review the "own label" pizzas from Asda, Tesco and Iceland in a comparison approach.
Considering their cost they cannot be criticised too much for their toppings offering but within that constraint there are differences between them.
The pastry is much of a muchness between them in size, taste and quality.
The tomato is acceptable also in all of them.
The cheese quality is fair but they are very sparse with it, so much so that you cannot see the cheese for the pizza and the red of the tomato is nowhere hidden.
Finally we come to the salami (pepperoni). None of them has a salami that we could call so by their level of taste all being very fatty in comparison with shelf salamiand fairly tasteless.
Tesco's pizza has easily the best content of the three and though Iceland's salami was of an slightly better quality it only had one sort of salami where Tesco's had two. Asda came a poor third. Though there was a larger amount of salami than that of Iceland this was totally negated by the a salami that I could call Pepperoni by e long chalk.
In conclusion I would give Tesco 7/10, Iceland 5/10 and Asda 4/10
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