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Aldi sweet potato fries £1.29

£1.29 @ ALDI
These champion sweet potato fries are delicious and at nearly half the price of mcain they taste even better Read More
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These champion sweet potato fries are delicious and at nearly half the price of mcain they taste even better
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#1
These are class
#2
Really nice got some last week
1 Like #3
What size the bag please?
1 Like #4
These are superb and very tasty. Not as healthy as you think as apparently they still covered in fat/ oil. Feel free to look on net. I like them much nicer than standard chips/ fries.
#5
I have these with the aldi grated mozzarella cheese (warmed up in microwave for melted goodness) and finished with chip spice.

They're incredible :)
1 Like #6
Dr_Lovegod
These are superb and very tasty. Not as healthy as you think as apparently they still covered in fat/ oil. Feel free to look on net. I like them much nicer than standard chips/ fries.
I agree, the unhealthy bit in a normal chip is not the potato, its what they coat it in!
1 Like #7
I got these today!
2 Likes #8
The Aldi Champion thin fries at 67p are epic
12 Likes #9
philphil61
What size the bag please?


Its about 12" x 8"
#10
good find op, heat added
#11
philphil61
What size the bag please?


I think they are 500g bags
1 Like #12
Gollywood
philphil61
What size the bag please?
Its about 12" x 8"
Bantz
#13
they are 500g, and when you cook and plate them up, there's nothing there... I wasn't very impressed tbf
#14
Are these oven chips? We threw our frying pan out about 20 years ago.
2 Likes #15
FTOdude170
they are 500g, and when you cook and plate them up, there's nothing there... I wasn't very impressed tbf
Thanks for info
Sadly (or as usual) I got zero help from the "failed comedians now keyboard warriors"
#16
purplejones13
philphil61
What size the bag please?

I think they are 500g bags
Thanks
1 Like #17
Camiano
Are these oven chips? We threw our frying pan out about 20 years ago.
Not sure but think more likely to be
I made my own sweet potato oven chips earlier this year - just peel and cut to size put them in a freezer bag and sprinkle a little cooking oil then shake the bag about - then freeze and cook when needed

I was just hoping the thread was a better offer but at £1.29 for 1/2 kg I'll make my own (eg Tesco's Sweet Potatoes Loose £0.95 per kg and these are £2.58 per kg)
1 Like #18
Buy a sweet potato, wash it, cut it into wedges, brush with oil, place on a baking tray, sprinkle lightly with smoked paprika, bake in a hot oven C. 20 mins.

Healthier and cheaper.
1 Like #19
limp_biccies
I have these with the aldi grated mozzarella cheese (warmed up in microwave for melted goodness) and finished with chip spice.
They're incredible :)

I can feel my arteries hardening already. Excellent :)
#20
never seen these before. will look out for them this weekend. thanks op. heat
2 Likes #21
Arold
Buy a sweet potato, wash it, cut it into wedges, brush with oil, place on a baking tray, sprinkle lightly with smoked paprika, bake in a hot oven C. 20 mins.
Healthier and cheaper.
Sprinkle them with cornflour before oiling them and they'll be amazing.
#22
limp_biccies
I have these with the aldi grated mozzarella cheese (warmed up in microwave for melted goodness) and finished with chip spice.
They're incredible :)
Forgive my ignorance but what is 'chip spice'?
#23
largeruk
limp_biccies
I have these with the aldi grated mozzarella cheese (warmed up in microwave for melted goodness) and finished with chip spice.
They're incredible :)
Forgive my ignorance but what is 'chip spice'?


I was gonna ask that too!! :D
#24
rugman
The Aldi Champion thin fries at 67p are epic


Sooooo true!... they are so tasty and cook lovely, well nicer than Mcain fries at a fraction of the cost! :)
#25
largeruk
limp_biccies
I have these with the aldi grated mozzarella cheese (warmed up in microwave for melted goodness) and finished with chip spice.
They're incredible :)
Forgive my ignorance but what is 'chip spice'?

American Chip Spice sweet paprika, tomato powder, salt, garlic, onion

Edited By: dvdvicar on Nov 12, 2016 12:53
#26
champion wedges ftw!
#27
FTOdude170
they are 500g, and when you cook and plate them up, there's nothing there... I wasn't very impressed tbf


Buy two bags?
#28
Pinksparkles1973
rugman
The Aldi Champion thin fries at 67p are epic


Sooooo true!... they are so tasty and cook lovely, well nicer than Mcain fries at a fraction of the cost! :)


You guys oil fry it?
#29
Quickblood
Arold
Buy a sweet potato, wash it, cut it into wedges, brush with oil, place on a baking tray, sprinkle lightly with smoked paprika, bake in a hot oven C. 20 mins.
Healthier and cheaper.
Sprinkle them with cornflour before oiling them and they'll be amazing.

Add some cumin seeds as well if you've got them and feel like it, pretty good.
#30
Say to girl:

You are so hot if you would be potato you would became chip one.
#31
Dj CUE
Dr_Lovegod
These are superb and very tasty. Not as healthy as you think as apparently they still covered in fat/ oil. Feel free to look on net. I like them much nicer than standard chips/ fries.
I agree, the unhealthy bit in a normal chip is not the potato, its what they coat it in!


Sweet potato is much healthier than white potato due the the complexed carbs.
#32
had sweet potato before , bags of them are on offer at asda for £1 but never tried the fries they sound lovely
#33
These are awful .I cooked them in accordance with the instructions. After 10 minutes were turning black after 30 minutes -the time given- were very black and undercooked, Not recommended!

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