With more than 20million views of TikTok videos tagged #burritobowl, it’s safe to say ‘naked burritos’ have taken the Internet by storm. Now Which? Supermarket of the Year, Aldi has brought the trend to shoppers, adding two new Naked Burrito Bowls to its shelves from 28th April.
Aldi, which has made a name for itself as a ‘fakeaway’ destination, is now offering one of the healthiest, street food takeaway options in a convenient, ready to eat bowl so shoppers can get their Mexican fix for less.
Aldi’s Naked Chicken Fajita Burrito Bowl and Naked Beef Burrito Bowl (both £2.69, 380g) are a huge 72% cheaper than at popular Mexican fast food chains, such as Tortilla and Chipotle.
Celebs the other side of the pond can’t get enough of a burrito bowl, so much so Chipotle regularly names its products after them – most recently the Shawn Mendes Chicken Burrito Bowl which took the country by storm.
Aldi’s version, the Naked Chicken Fajita Burrito Bowl, includes succulent spice-marinated shredded chicken, sweet pickled red cabbage and sweetcorn with a chilli and lime salsa. All sat atop a bed of wild rice, giving a whole enchi-lotta flavour!
Tender pulled beef with earthy kale, smoky BBQ beans, wild rice and black quinoa make up the Naked Beef Burrito Bowl. While the delicious smoky flavours are guaranteed to keep the amigos happy, plus at under 500 calories a bowl, it’s perfect for those looking for a light, summer dish of goodness.
Shoppers can get ready to guac and roll as the Naked Chicken Fajita and Beef Burrito Bowls are available from 28th April at Aldi stores and via Click & Collect across the UK for just £2.69.
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As Brits continue to look for ways to cut household costs, consumer group Which? has yet again named Aldi as the cheapest UK supermarket. With savings of £12.62 compared to the average Big Four basket, Aldi shoppers can be confident they’re getting the best deal.