ARE you a fan of kebab and pizza? Then what could be your new favourite treat has just landed in Asda stores.
The supermarket has rolled out a chicken kebab pizza for summer, and it costs £2.50 for 10 inches.
1 The pizzas are available in Asda stores nowCredit: Asda
The treat is loaded with hot and spicy chicken and fresh jalapenos and finished with a drizzle of garlic mayonnaise and hot chilli sauce for an extra kebab kick.
You can pick them up at participating pizza counters at Asda from today until early July, although the supermarket cannot confirm an exact date.
The Sun has also asked the supermarket how many stores the pizzas are available at, but we haven’t yet heard back.
Sadly, none of the other major supermarkets or pizza chains are currently selling similar pizzas.
But you can of course get away cheaper if you’re just after any chicken pizza to still your cravings.
For example, Asda’s BBQ chicken deep pan pizza only costs 95p while Tesco’s spicy chicken version is only 5p more expensive at £1.
Meanwhile, Sainsbury’s BBQ chicken pizza costs £1.30.
An Asda spokesperson said: “At Asda, we love creating unique pizzas that bring something different to the counter and our customers’ dining tables.
“This summer, we’ve merged two of the most popular takeaway items and created the ultimate hybrid – perfect for enjoying on lazy evenings in the sun or with friends on a weekend.”
Asda has 645 branches across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
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Last month, Asda started selling a cheeseburger pizza – and it’s £12.50 cheaper than Domino’s.
Meanwhile, Iceland is selling a pizza with HOUMOUS instead of cheese.
Bizarre flavours also seem to be popular with pizza delivery chains, as Papa Johns has started doing a pizza with ostrich meat.
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