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This week Masterchef winner and acclaimed Scottish chef, Gary Maclean, made an outstanding claim that ‘masterpiece’ Mortons rolls were deserving of more than just a classic lorne sausage, and Aldi Scotland agrees.

Adding to the debate, the leading value supermarket has lined up three of its top selling products it thinks are worthy of Scotland’s favourite crispy roll.

Nature’s Glen Scotch Beef Rump Steak 30 Day Matured 255 – £3.79

Nothing says ‘upgrade’ more than a steak, and at everyday amazing Aldi prices it’s a top contender for a Mortons sarnie.

This prime cut is the perfect substitute for your slice, and at only £3.79 shoppers are not picking between price and quality.

Finesse with a dash of mustard to create your Mortons A La Mode.

Macaulay’s Smoked Ham Hough 850g – £2.75

Smokey, succulent and sweet, this Macaulay’s Ham Hough falls off the bone, creating a filling worthy of Scotland’s top chef. The producer is one of 90 Scottish suppliers working with Aldi to bring the best of Scotland’s larder to it’s customers.

Even better, its big enough to feed 4, meaning the whole family can enjoy.

The Fishmonger Marinated Gravadlax with Sweet Mustard & Dill Dressing – £1.99

Aldi Smoked Salmon slices which come in a punchy, yet light mustard and dill dressing, are the perfect posh bite for those looking for some ‘roll reversal’.

For just £1.99, it will add a layer of luxury to your lunch for no more than the cost of a roll at your local van.

You can find you nearest Aldi here.

For more information, please contact the Aldi Scotland Press Office on:
T: 0131 557 5252 or