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PizzaExpress’ famous pizza dishes are now available for you to recreate in your kitchen and eat in a novel way. Enter Sloppy Giuseppe, American Hot, Margherita and Pollo Ad Astra, these instantly recognisable PizzaExpress names can be found in pasta form at a Waitrose* or Ocado near you, for £2.99/250g each. All are made using the finest ingredients, including free range egg pasta, and take only minutes to prepare, making dinnertime a tasty doddle. Serve with some PizzaExpress Dough Balls, to satisfy the whole family.

Well, we couldn’t wait to tuck in. We simply covered the PizzaExpress pasta with enough water that had been brought to the boil, mingled for 1-2 minutes, then turned it onto a plate. We found PizzaExpress pasta delicious when accompanied with a drizzle of olive oil, ground black pepper and a glass of Chardonnay.

PASTA PIZZAEXPRESS PASTA HOMEOur verdict? The American Hot and Pollo Ad Astra varieties were spicy and strong in flavour, and for us these came out the clear winners. Do read on, to make your mouth water!

PizzaExpress Sloppy Giuseppe Tortelloni encases a sloppy Giuseppe filling of spicy hot beef and pepper.

PizzaExpress Margherita Tortelloni is simply mozzarella and tomato, perfectly combined in small tortellini, to create delightful bites of cheesy goodness.

PizzaExpress American Hot Ravioli are beautiful ravioli capturing the famous flavours of the American Hot Pizza, stuffed with a pepperoni and hot pepper filling.

PizzaExpress Pollo Ad Astra Tortelloni in inspired by its namesake PizzaExpress best-selling pizza, now transformed into a pasta dish combining chicken with a pepperdew pepper filling.

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A history – PizzaExpress:
· Has been obsessed with pizza ever since founder Peter Boizot opened the first restaurant on Wardour Street in London’s Soho in 1965
· Was one of the first restaurants to adopt open kitchens
· Now has over 460 restaurants nationwide and is as passionate about pizza today as it was in 1965.

Visit PizzaExpress to find out more.

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