Aldi has today announced it is launching a brand new, supermarket first, Specially Selected Sourdough Frying Pan Pizza Dough. Available now for just £1.25, 300g, shoppers will be able to create restaurant quality pizzas at home – using only their frying pan – whilst saving nearly a tenner when compared to a similar version from Pizza Pilgrims. Have a pizza that!
Frying pan pizzas have taken social media by storm and it is clearly a trend foodies knead to know about! The one pan pizza craze swept the country when pizza lovers were not able to get a slice of the action at their favourite Italian restaurants at the beginning of 2021.
Here to stay, Aldi’s dough-licious kits are already proving a hit! Girl Who Brunches, Let’s Get Em and ELJ Eats have called Aldi’s easy one pan pizzas; ‘The perfect lazy weekday dinner in the sun’ and ‘such a fun thing to make with friends’.
Ideal for date night, fun with the littles ones or a foodie filled night with friends, shoppers can head to Aldi stores now to pick up all the ingredients required and save over 50% when compared to the famous Frying Pan Pizza Kits from Pizza Pilgrims.
These savvy foodies have also shown it’s not just about saving some dough, but it takes just less than 10 minutes to make. For a classic, tasty margherita, simply roll out the dough with a little plain flour, then transfer to a dry hot pan. Next, add the toppings starting with Aldi’s Specially Selected Basil & Oregano Passata (£1.15/700g), Emporium Italian Mozzarella (45p/240g), Nature’s Pick Cut Basil (47p/30g) and sprinkle some punchy Specially Selected Italian Parmigiano Reggiano (£2.59/200g), until browned underneath. Finish by placing under a hot grill to melt the cheese. Et voila!
Aldi’s Specially Selected Sourdough Pizza Dough is available from 9th June at all Aldi stores and via Click & Collect across the UK.
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