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Aldi 1kg French Fries & 750g Wedges 59p (free via checkout smart ends 8th jan)

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was in aldi today and saw these, probably normal price and hadn't noticed before as I always bought them from Iceland, excellent value I thought, and the wedges taste good, still to try the fries Read More
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was in aldi today and saw these, probably normal price and hadn't noticed before as I always bought them from Iceland, excellent value I thought, and the wedges taste good, still to try the fries
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batista
jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded
jase99
Morrisons chips are 84p for 1.5kg also better than these and better value. Equivalent to 56p per kg
you're comparing the wrong products, morrissons chips with aldi french fries, you've nothing but moaned, yeah it may not be a deal in your eyes, but lots of people didn't know, that's the whole idea of this site, try posting a deal and make a contribution

jase99 contributions to the hotukdeals communtiy can be found HERE He's got a bit of an obsession I think...
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jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded

Never ceases to amaze me how you have tried the entire Aldi/Lidl product range, and they are always not as good as Morrissons, Tescos etc....
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Good enough for Domino's
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/07/03/article-0-1F44DDA300000578-227_634x582.jpg

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2 Likes #1
Normal price and yes they are lovely. Nicer than McCain etc and prob a third of the price.
#2
corinne1979
Normal price and yes they are lovely. Nicer than McCain etc and prob a third of the price.

like I said never knew, always bought at Iceland 89p, but they were really good with nando's peri peri sprinkle
1 Like #3
the fries are very good indeed. Bake them on one of those mesh style flexi plastic trays and they come out crispy all over....yum
1 Like #4
Ooh shall try the peri peri sprinkle!
#5
rugman
the fries are very good indeed. Bake them on one of those mesh style flexi plastic trays and they come out crispy all over....yum

tomorrow
#6
frys or wedges im confused :-S
#7
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded
#8
Does anyone know where you can get red salt? You know the ones that takeaways use??
#10
Morrisons chips are 84p for 1.5kg also better than these and better value. Equivalent to 56p per kg
#11
kevlfc
frys or wedges im confused :-S

both 59p, unless you're debating which ones to buy
#12
kevlfc
frys or wedges im confused :-S

both 59p, unless you're debating which ones to buy
jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded

didn't know, like I didn't know about Aldi, probably a lot of people don't know, that's what's so good about this site, info from people like yourself helps everyone
#13
kevlfc
frys or wedges im confused :-S

both 59p, unless you're debating which ones to buy


jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded

didn't know, like I didn't know about Aldi, probably a lot of people don't know, that's what's so good about this site, info from people like yourself helps everyone


faddy224
Does anyone know where you can get red salt? You know the ones that takeaways use??

if its Himalayan salt you are talking about, I remember a recent post on this site, someone posted it was available in poundland

Edited By: batista on Jan 05, 2015 23:10: added info
#14
are they laced with sugars
#15
Wonder if they do curly fries too.
3 Likes #16


Using the same logic, how come Tesco are so expensive.
#17
DeanoLfc5
are they laced with sugars

What doesn't kill you makes you strong!
10 Likes #18
jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded

Never ceases to amaze me how you have tried the entire Aldi/Lidl product range, and they are always not as good as Morrissons, Tescos etc....
2 Likes #19

don't think there's a need to worry, these will be cooked at over 200 degrees
#20
faddy224
Does anyone know where you can get red salt? You know the ones that takeaways use??

That vile substance that has ruined countless cheesy chips is called chip spice
4 Likes #21
jase99
Morrisons chips are 84p for 1.5kg also better than these and better value. Equivalent to 56p per kg

Your comparing Morrisons chips to Aldi french fries, of course they will cost less. Their french fries are £1 for 900g.
4 Likes #22
Im a relative newbie to Aldi. Weve one by one tried different products compared to the ones we normally buy at, often, much higher prices. Not one has yet failed to match if not better the branded stuff we buy. More and more of our weekly shop is being done there as the weeks go buy. I want cheaper but I wont compromise on taste or quality.

Never tried the fries but are regular buyers of the wedges mentioned. They are excellent.
#23
Comment

http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/feb/09/aldi-100-percent-horsemeat-beef-products

Aldi were also ranked in the worst group for chicken bacteria.
2 Likes #24
raefil
Im a relative newbie to Aldi. Weve one by one tried different products compared to the ones we normally buy at, often, much higher prices. Not one has yet failed to match if not better the branded stuff we buy. More and more of our weekly shop is being done there as the weeks go buy. I want cheaper but I wont compromise on taste or quality.

Never tried the fries but are regular buyers of the wedges mentioned. They are excellent.


Love Aldi. On a student budget we get double the amount for half the spend (for me and my girlfriend) compared to tesco and the likes. Have to pop to Sainsburys for fresh noodles still though, my only complaint!
#25
faddy224
Does anyone know where you can get red salt? You know the ones that takeaways use??

Isn't it like piri piri salt
#26
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Magister


Using the same logic, how come Tesco are so expensive.


Because Aldi chocolate contains salmonella whereas Tesco's doesn't.
#27
rugman
the fries are very good indeed. Bake them on one of those mesh style flexi plastic trays and they come out crispy all over....yum

where did you get mesh style flexi plastic trays from? are they silicone? thanks
1 Like #28
JetFlash
Wonder if they do curly fries too.

yes they do and they are cheaper than everywhere else too i think

the finest chunky chips they do are fantastic , half the price of the equivalent ones in tesco and i believe they are basically from the same factory
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jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded
jase99
Morrisons chips are 84p for 1.5kg also better than these and better value. Equivalent to 56p per kg

you're comparing the wrong products, morrissons chips with aldi french fries, you've nothing but moaned, yeah it may not be a deal in your eyes, but lots of people didn't know, that's the whole idea of this site, try posting a deal and make a contribution

Edited By: batista on Jan 05, 2015 23:38
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You'll find most of Aldi and even the likes of Tesco and Asda etc there branded chocolate is made by Cadburys, Mars etc. Just in a different wrapper.
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batista
jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded
jase99
Morrisons chips are 84p for 1.5kg also better than these and better value. Equivalent to 56p per kg
you're comparing the wrong products, morrissons chips with aldi french fries, you've nothing but moaned, yeah it may not be a deal in your eyes, but lots of people didn't know, that's the whole idea of this site, try posting a deal and make a contribution

jase99 contributions to the hotukdeals communtiy can be found HERE He's got a bit of an obsession I think...
7 Likes #32
Good enough for Domino's
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/07/03/article-0-1F44DDA300000578-227_634x582.jpg
2 Likes #33
themorgatron
batista
jase99
Morrisons wedges are also 59p and are better than these. Tesco wedges are 65p the list goes on. Not really a deal own brand stuff is always cheaper than branded
jase99
Morrisons chips are 84p for 1.5kg also better than these and better value. Equivalent to 56p per kg
you're comparing the wrong products, morrissons chips with aldi french fries, you've nothing but moaned, yeah it may not be a deal in your eyes, but lots of people didn't know, that's the whole idea of this site, try posting a deal and make a contribution

jase99 contributions to the hotukdeals communtiy can be found HERE He's got a bit of an obsession I think...

think jase99 works for morrissons and probably has shares in both Tesco and morrissons
1 Like #34
faddy224
Does anyone know where you can get red salt? You know the ones that takeaways use??


American Red Salt.

You can get it off ebay or a local takeaway supplier store. It's much cheaper if you can find a takeaway supplier.
#35
Magister
DeanoLfc5
are they laced with sugars

What doesn't kill you makes you strong!

Not in my case,I'm diabetic! oO
#36
faddy224
Does anyone know where you can get red salt? You know the ones that takeaways use??


i managed to find it from an Asian cash & carry a couple of days ago, its called 'American original style chip spice' & its lovely.... just like takeaway red salt which for some reason u dont get it from every takeaway...!
1 Like #37
The garlic and onion coated ones of these are lovely :)
#38
oddballjamie
Good enough for Domino's
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/07/03/article-0-1F44DDA300000578-227_634x582.jpg

excellent find
1 Like #39
jase99
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http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/feb/09/aldi-100-percent-horsemeat-beef-products

Aldi were also ranked in the worst group for chicken bacteria.

Unless you have a source for that then that is completely false and misinformation. Asda were ranked the worse for a start and the "Others" category were the 2nd worse which included the combined results of Aldi, Lidl, Iceland, convenience stores, butchers etc. Quite happy to eat my own words if you can prove otherwise.

Honestly, feel free to express your opinions about aldi/lidl but please don't resort to lies and misinformation just to get your views across. Makes your opinions less legitimate too.
#40
faddy224
Does anyone know where you can get red salt? You know the ones that takeaways use??

You can buy the tubs of it (chip spice) from costco.

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