Iceland Is Now Selling A Cheeseburger Pizza And OMG
Yes, the supermarket famed for its frozen goods is now selling a Detroit Cheeseburger Pizza, which merges the Italian and American exports into one tasty oven cook.
The pizza is topped with all the good parts of a burger, including spicy minced beef, gherkins, onions, mozzarella and cheddar cheese. Not only that, shoppers can use the accompanying Burger Sauce Drizzle to make it the real deal.
It's carbs squared and our hangover already appreciates it.
What's more, it comes with a sachet of Burger Sauce Drizzle to really make it feel like you're chowing down on a burg. If we close our eyes, we're not sure we'd be able to tell.
The pizza launched on 2nd of September and costs £4.00 for 735g of deliciousness, and can be cooked from frozen in 15-18 minutes.
Iceland say it serves two, but one trusted reviewer over at Facebook group Snack Reviews urges that it "easy serves 4".
In other crazy pizza news, one bar in Manchester has taken things to the next level by creating the Chippy Tea Pizza - and it's a northerners dream.
Themed on a typical northerner's dinner, the 16 inch pizza from Crazy Pedro's bar comes topped with chip shop ships, sausages, mushy peas and curry sauce. One thing's for sure, its certainly indulgent...
But like it or not, the no doubt blasphemous-to-Italians creation is now one the bar's most popular menu items.
Crazy Pedro's marketing manager Nick Coupland, 28, from Salford, said: "It is pretty much a classic northern dish - fish and chips and curry sauce and mushy peas.
"I think initially the northern credentials were the reason this pizza did well, but after that was just because people tried it.
"Now it is one of our most popular items, it goes down really well."
Stop, you're making us hungry.
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