Make your own triple stacker burger for UK BBQ Week

How big do you like your burger? These specialist brioce buns from Aldi are ideal for experimenting with this UK BBQ Week.

They cost 69p for two and are available nationwide now.

Perfect for summer grilling season, the super-soft brioche burger buns are topped with linseed and are the perfect accompaniment to any barbecued burger and your favourite toppings. Double-up with two patties if you dare, and feast on the most indulgent of al fresco meals.

Another way to pimp up your patty is with Aldi’s Wagyu Beef burgers (£2.99, pack of 2)  or Specially Selected Ale & West Country Cheddar Burgers (£1.99, pack of 2), launching in store just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend. These gourmet burgers are made with 100% British beef, west country cheddar and ale flavour, giving each pattie an incredible depth of flavour –  and makes them perfect for a Bank Holiday BBQ bonanza. Add chips, sides, and pint, and you’ll be smiling from beer to beer!

Also hitting shelves are supermarket Aldi’s juicy and succulent Pork Belly Slices (£2.99, 420g), available in Tandoori or Teriyaki asian-inspired flavours. Spice up your life with the Tandoori slices, exploding with fiery flavours and irresistible when accompanied with steamed, fluffy rice. Or, opt for the Teryaki Pork Slices, coated in a sticky sweet and sour sauce, and perfect when paired with noodles, stir fry vegetables and crunchy sesame seeds.

Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, said: “Here at Aldi, we champion British quality, which is why we’re delighted to be welcoming British Wagyu into our stores.

“We want customers to be able to enjoy the very best, high quality foods, at our everyday amazing prices and will be working closely with our supplier to ensure more British Wagyu lines hit stores throughout the year.”



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