Easter from Aldi: selfisolating made delicious

If you are stuck in selfisolation use your one shopping trip per day to pick up some family favourites that will see you through Easter with plenty of leftover cuts for soups, salads and sandwich The popular and seasonal 100% British Specially Selected Fresh West Country Whole Leg of Lamb (£7.99/kg) will make a fabulous lunch for the whole family. You are supporting our local producers as it is sourced from the finest farms in Britain, and this succulent and tender lamb joint is sustainably reared on grass in a natural environment making for a memorable taste and premium quality joint.

The succulent Specially Selected British Beef Rib Joint with Salt & Pepper Seasoning (£12.99/kg) is a real crowd pleaser, with its subtle seasoning to the tender texture of the meat you will have your guests asking for more!  Available in store from 9th April.

Or try the succulent Fresh British Beef Joint (£5.95/kg), in store from 6th April – a classic that will please even the fussiest of eaters.

The Specially Selected Beef Wellington (£19.99, 1kg) made with tender British beef fillet and hand-wrapped in a light golden puff pastry is a real crowd-pleaser and features rich mushroom, shallot and Madeira duxelle. If you want to go the whole hog, Aldi’s Hog Roast with Stuffing & Bramley Apple Sauce (£9.99, 2kg), is perfect for the whole family.  This 100% succulent and tender pork joint is filled with a pork, sage & onion stuffing and comes complete with a tangy Bramley apple sauce to perfectly complement the traditional hog roast, leaving no stomach rumbling after a generous portion. Available in store from 6th April.

For the vegetarians and health watchers, the Vegan Wreath Centrepiece (£3.99, 550g) is handmade and filled with a chestnut mushroom, butternut squash and fruit stuffing, this will be the delight of your dinner table. Available from 9th April.

Head to Aldi from April 4, with regulars (Rump Steaks 28-Day Matured and Large Beef Roasting Joint) on sale throughout the Easter period.




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