The first May bank holiday might have been a wash out, but don’t despair, May’s second bank holiday is in sight and supermarket Aldi is here to serve you with some sizzling meat offers. The bank holiday weekend also marks the start of National Barbeque Week (27th May), so there really is NO excuse… grab your tongs and get the sizzle on!
The following mouth-watering meat deals are available as Specialbuys from 23rd May, but be quick, as with all Specialbuys, once they’re gone, they’re gone!
No barbeque is complete without a decent sausage and the NEW Texas BBQ Footlong (£1.99) is made with 100% British pork and infused with delicious Texas BBQ seasoning for a flavour straight from the Deep South. We know you’re going to love it, so we’ve supersized it and made it foot long!
The Deep South inspiration doesn’t stop there…pick up the NEW Texan Style BBQ Pork Burnt Ends (£1.99) to complete your Texan feast. Don’t dismiss them based on their name though, as they’re super tasty, tender and ooze flavour (and not burnt as their name would suggest).
Offer your guests something extra with the Specially Selected Gourmet Sundried Tomato & Feta Pork Burgers (£2.49). This burger combines the quintessential flavours of summer to create the perfect taste. Elevate the flavour with the Specially Selected Brioche Burger Buns (79p, 4 pack) to take it from special to exceptional.
Aldi’s Specially Selected Wagyu Burgers (£3.49) are back just in time for the bank holiday weekend! Wagyu meat is renowned for being one of the most flavourful meats in the world, with an incredibly tender texture making them perfect for the BBQ.
And that’s not all…Aldi’s summer seasonal range is now in store and includes some exciting new additions:
Finally, complete your barbeque with the best of British tomatoes from Aldi. The Specially Selected British Regal Vine Tomatoes (£1.45, 4 pack) are the perfect addition to a salad, while the Beef Tomatoes (£0.48) are great in burgers.
So, let’s fire up the grill and get cooking – it’s barbeque time, baby!
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