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Create a tasty new pizza for the chance to win a year's supply!

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We get loads of great feedback about our yummy Create Your Own pizzas on Facebook and Twitter – we love hearing about all the tasty new varieties!

@MrsBlakewood: Asda’s make your own pizzas are mighty! Just demolished a spicy chicken, pepperoni, red onion and sweetcorn

Steven Williams: Thoroughly recommend Asda pizza make Ur own stonebake base, bbq sauce, red onion, chicken, pepperoni, mushrooms with garlic oil n black pepper!! Yummy!!

@euan_kelso: asda make your own pizza for tea chicken,spicy chicken,onion,sweetcorn cheese on top and bottom +garlic drizzle

Michael Davies: Just had a lovely deep pan spicy beef with onions mushrooms & sweetcorn. Asda I do love you. Nom nom

We’ve been so impressed we’re giving you the chance to have one of your yummy creations made into a brand new flavour that will be available nationwide at our in-store deli pizza counters.

All you have to do is tell us what you’d put on your perfect pizza – choosing three items from our existing ingredients list below and adding one of your own – and give it a short and snappy title to get those taste buds tingling!

  • Sweetcorn
  • Mixed peppers
  • Red onion
  • Mushrooms
  • Jalapenos
  • Pineapple
  • Hickory steak
  • Hot ‘n’ spicy chicken
  • Plain chicken
  • Bacon
  • Pepperoni
  • Chilli beef
  • Ham
  • Tikka chicken
  • Chilli cheese

Not only will you have the chance to see your pizza on the shelves of your local store but we’re also offering the tasty prize of free pizza for a year to the winner – who can resist that?

To get you going we’ve created our own suggestion (see above) – this yummy Spicy Caribbean Special is topped with Jerk Chicken, Pineapple, Jalapenos and Sweetcorn!

To be in with a chance of winning share your ideas using the form below. Competition closes on Thursday 18th October at noon – please see terms and conditions.

This competition is now closed. Thanks for entering – we’ll be picking the winner shortly and contacting them directly.

Posted in News & Blogs on 10 October 2012
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