Got this as a sub for my usual GF pizza, so thought I’d give it a try. It looked and cooked OK but the smell (like hot lard) was unpleasant and there was an after taste of lard too. Will specifically request that this is not substituted in the future.
Disgusting and slimy. Even my dog wouldn’t eat it. Unfortunately couldn’t post review without giving 1 star. Would have preferred a minus rating.
This was so much nicer than expected - and what t
This was so much nicer than expected - and what the other reviews had me believe! Will definitely be buying again! Very tasty!
Crispy think crust pizza, overall, I am happy.
Better than Pizza Hut e.g., crust is nice a crispy and not stodgy like most. Overall, I would buy again, it low in the red colours for nutrition and hits the junk food cravings for me.
Not the best gluten free pizza.
Not the best gluten free pizza I've had. Very thin base which becomes a bit chewy when cooked (this is very common with GF dough). Suggest you cook it as short a time as possible but make sure it IS cooked.
Needs more sauce
Cooked precisely to instructions a good inch around the outside was crust and was hard and brittle, the centre was ok but the whole thing needed more sauce and herbs.
Sadly for me as a wheat intolerant I also cannot tolerate buckwheat and didn’t realise it was in. Cooks well smells good little runny ontop with juices sadly couldn’t eat it. Not a great believer in adding colour ants etc.
Absolutely awful, one bite that was spat out and the rest of it went in the bin. Zero stars! BRING BACK TESCO's OWN GLUTEN FREE PIZZA. Tesco used to do their own brand pizza and it was possibly the best g-free pizza I've ever had!
pastry really dry, not taste. really didn't like i
pastry really dry, not taste. really didn't like it