Iceland launches new limited-edition Hoisin Duck Pizza ahead of Lunar New Year
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What’s your favourite takeaway cuisine? Italian or Chinese food?
Well, if you’re torn between the two then the latest foodie release from Iceland may just make your dreams come true…
The frozen food supermarkets has launched its new Hoisin Duck Wood Fired Pizza just in time for the lunar New Year.
Chinese New Year is celebrated on February 12 and to help you have a good time, Iceland will be selling the unusual pizza from February 11 until February 26.
Meaning families can enjoy a tasty Chinese and Pizza meal in one go and end the Friday night takeaway debate once and for all.
The frozen food retailer’s Italian-made Hoisin Duck Wood Fired Pizza uses dough rested for 24 hours for an even crispier base.
It is then smothered in hoisin sauce and loaded with tasty, cooked shredded duck, mozzarella cheese, and leek for the ultimate Chinese-Italian fusion treat.
We’re not quite sure how well cheese and shredded duck will go together, but we’re certainly excited to give it a go.
And, if you always order delicious duck pancakes from your local Chinese restaurant then it might be your perfect meal.
Plus, it’s cheap as chips (cheaper in some cases) as the 368g pizza will set you back just £1.75.
The Hoisin Duck Wood Fired Pizza can be cooked from frozen in the over within just 15 minutes, so its an easy dinner with minimum effort.
Iceland stocks a fair amount of pizzas including stuffed crust, thin and crispy, pizza snacks and garlic bread.
And, some of them are more unusual than your usual cheese or pepperoni.
For £1.25 you can snap up an ultra thin Sweet Chilli Chicken Pizza or grab an Iceland Hotter Scarily Spicy pizza for £1.50.
The ultra spicy pizza features a wood fired stonebaked pizza base topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, cooked spicy chicken breast and red and green jalapeño peppers.
- Iceland Supermarket
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