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½ Price Dr Oetker Ristorante Pizza Varieties $3.75 @ Coles

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Freezers at the ready. ½ Price Dr Oetker Ristorante Pizza starts Oct 23. Enjoy :)

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  • Which falvours are worth?

    • +2

      Only bologneise. Which I don't think you can buy anymore (I've been trying)

      • https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/705367/dr-...

        Says "temporarily unavailable" so yeah maybe they don't stock them anymore

        • +1

          Funghi pizza lol
          https://shop.coles.com.au/a/a-national/product/dr-oetker-pizza-ristorante-funghi-(mushroom)-frozen

      • 100% agree

        It was the best, can't get it anywhere now :(

      • +1

        There's a bolognese pizza in the aldi woodfired pizza range, I never buy the Ristorante pizzas any more as I think Aldi's are much better and cheap all the time. I highly rate their mozzarella and tandoori chicken pizza as well as their beetroot and goats cheese one from the "specially selected" range. I've yet to try the bolognese one yet though.

    • +1

      Are worth what? Worth investing in? My pick is the AMG falvour.

      • +1

        Yeah and worth eating, AMG flav?

        • +5

          It depends how hungry you are, how much you value your health, what your preferred tastes are, and how much disposable income you have. Please complete a short survey so that a professional ozbargainer can customise a pizza diet plan for you.

    • -2

      Some years ago, it was (an Indian) Chicken

      Now, it's Spinach, on which add tom. sauce

      Dr Oetker's has Lowest Ratio of Toppings to Crust
      much less than 50% (Some local pizzas are Over 50%!)

      All this… & they're Made in Germany

      @GretaThunberg wouldn't like that they're Imported

      (At least, they're Not flown-in, but they need to
      be kept Frozen all the way from DE to AU…)

    • +3

      Spinach reigns supreme.

  • I remember being able to get a flavour called Tonno back in Singapore, has anyone seen it knocking about around here?

  • +3

    Where did he get his pizza doctorate?

    • +2

      From Leaning Tower of Pisa University.

      • Domino's

      • People often say I'm a doctor of love

        • Probably because you've no socks to leave on during sex. #longterms #sexafterkids

  • +1

    Is this better than ready to eat $5 Domino's pizza ?

    • +1

      Domino's pizza is closer to actual pizza since its not frozen

      • Sorry but domino pizza got absolutely nothing to do with actual pizza … If you say so you never tried a good one

        • Never tried a good what?

          Dr Oetker and actual pizza have zero similar traits. The base is completely different, the sauces and textures are completely different, the ingredients are different (frozen vs fresh ingredients)

          Atleast with dominos, the ingredients (and sauces) are not frozen which is why its still more similar to actual pizza.

          • +3

            @entrancefloww: what does freezing have to do with anything? i've made my own pizzas and frozen them and they are just as good as when i make "fresh" pizza.

            fresh doesn't mean anything if you use crap ingredients, how do you think dominos sells them for so cheap?

          • +1

            @entrancefloww: A good pizza, what else? It's not hard to use the brain and guess the subject.

            Anyway, domino and true pizza have absolutely nothing in common except the name. I suggest you try a good woodfired one before saying so.

            • +2

              @ets27: What do you mean? I've tried multiple times:

              1. 5 star top rated Woodfired pizza
              2. Pizza in Italy
              3. 5 star top rated 'American' style pizza
              4. Domino's pizza

              Dr Oetker 'pizza' literally taste artificial af. I don't know wtf you are on about because clearly you have not compared the two side to side.

          • +2

            @entrancefloww: Not sure why you're getting down voted. Dr Oetker pizzas taste like literal cardboard. I have a memory of them being okay once but the last few times I got desperate for a meal and chose them I would have been better eating the cardboard box it came in.

    • $5 delivered? At any time?

  • Damn the freezer is still full of these from the last Woolies deal… have to eat a few for the next 3 days to restock

    • +9

      Look for a deal on a second freezer.

      • Good guys commercial

      • And then compare energy plans… and gym membership afterwards … I think it's good that there's not much space in the freezer lolz

    • +1

      I just finished my stock of these pizza yesterday. I would be glad to get 3days stock from you

      • +1

        Let's eat em together… I'd be happy to be the host if you're in Melbourne

    • Look for a deal on new pants.

  • +7

    These pizzas work well as a base. I get the spinach, or fungi, ones and add mushrooms, Capsicum, blanched asparagus and brocollini, some chopped ham. Then cook as per normal. It makes a really tasty pizza and you get some fresh veggies as well.

  • +1

    I am a vegetarian and I find these better than Dominos! Especially the multi cheese variety. And for a change, I tried the coles frozen pizza and had to throw half of it. Was terrible.

  • +3

    stop teasing - give us some more of the catalogue!

  • +1

    These used to be the best frozen ones we could find. But I mean it's really repetitive, only the speciale and pepperoni are regularly available and OK, and they're more or less the same. Frankly getting bored.

    Are there any other frozen pizzas worth having?

    • tell mee too

    • +4

      I stopped buying the Dr Oetker Ristorante ones ever since I tried Aldi's "Casa Barelli" and "Specially selected" pizzas. They have three ranges really, their basic one thats kinda like your Mccain quality, then Casa Barelli which is the middle range and is imo much better than Ristarante, and their high end ones are specially selected. Casa Barelli are only $3.40 all the time, I hiiighly recommend their Tandoori chicken and Mozzarella pizzas. The specially selected range has a really delicious beetroot and goats cheese pizza that is my dad's favourite of -all- pizzas, including pizza restaurants. Those are about $5 or $6 each though. I would say Ristorante pizza's have a thinner crust which some people may prefer but the aldi ones are much more filling.

      Here's a pic of the Aldi mozzarella one that I cooked and a pic of the frozen version of the goats cheese and beetroot, never got a cooked one but hey it looks fancy even when frozen.

      https://imgur.com/a/XsEF6sU

      • +3

        I'd love to see what it looked like before you dropped it on the floor, fell with your knee in it, ate it, digested it, put in back on the plate and then took that photo.

        • I peed

        • You ain’t wrong. That first one looked like something going gangrenous.

    • McCain's Rustica

  • if only the ebay coles deal was still active…. :(

  • made by the Canadians; everything pizza is averagely good when produced by the Americans and Canadians

  • Tried one of theae for the first time last night, pleasantly surprised. For a frozen pizza, it was rather nice. I tried the mozzarella one.
    Will definitely try the others now.

  • Never tried this brand of frozen pizza how is it compare to McCains or Domino's

    • +1

      You haven't lived life then.

  • I've always wondered what doctorate Herr Oetker holds

    Anyways, a pizza is probably the last thing you'd associate with a German doctor, the name more conjures images like mad scientists with highly controversial human experimentations

  • Not sure if all of them are disgusting, but I just had the Hawaiian and it was easily the worst pizza I've had, frozen or otherwise. The sauce tasted like what you get out of a baked beans can, not good on pizzas imo.

    I actually feel ripped off, lol.

    • -1

      Hawaiian pizzas are always an abomination. However, thanks for the heads up for people who might be tempted.