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Giant Yorkshire pudding filled with a roast dinner £1.99 @ ALDI
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Giant Yorkshire pudding filled with a roast dinner £1.99 @ ALDI

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Posted 30th SepAvailable: National
Was available last year for £2.50, so even cheaper this time around

Giant Yorkshire pud with British Chicken, roast potatoes, stuffing and a mini pork sausage in an onion gravy.

Similar is elsewhere is around £3.50+ so a decent saving.

Instore only, unsure when the offer ends!

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xstrio30/09/2019 13:31

why not just make a yorkshire pudding, throw a few sausages in it and top …why not just make a yorkshire pudding, throw a few sausages in it and top with thick onion and bacon gravy, maybe some mashed potato



And why not just grow some potatoes, rear some pigs and chickens, buy a metal foundry and to make your potato masher... genetically engineer some dinosaurs from dna in amber, kill and bury them, wait a few million years then use the resulting oil to power your endeavour?
Mush in a pud. Have tried these before never again, horrible.
The M&S ones are lovely... not sure these would be a patch on them though.
I always get confused which one I'm looking for. Aldi or Lidl nowadays
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I always get confused which one I'm looking for. Aldi or Lidl nowadays
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Waiting for the foot long Asda pig in blanket.....
Mush in a pud. Have tried these before never again, horrible.
Boredof_Brexit30/09/2019 11:58

I always get confused which one I'm looking for. Aldi or Lidl nowadays



You can't go wrong with either.
The M&S ones are lovely... not sure these would be a patch on them though.
twotone195430/09/2019 12:37

Mush in a pud. Have tried these before never again, horrible.


Agreed, they're pretty grim.
why not just make a yorkshire pudding, throw a few sausages in it and top with thick onion and bacon gravy, maybe some mashed potato
Ok if you live on your own, but you could make a fresh proper roast dinner for a family of four for same price. Also Iceland do a roast beef roast for £1
iceland.co.uk/p/i…tml
Awful these if same recipe as lasts year's one avoid
Surely there has to be a tipping point when something is just too cheap. I've note tried these, but would avoid on the basis I couldn't reasonably expect it to be good for the price. Some of Aldi's other low price ready meals are truly horrendous. Quite like the cheesy sweet potato fries though.
xstrio30/09/2019 13:31

why not just make a yorkshire pudding, throw a few sausages in it and top …why not just make a yorkshire pudding, throw a few sausages in it and top with thick onion and bacon gravy, maybe some mashed potato


I can make regular yorkshire puddings fine but every attempt I've made at a large one has come out like a sponge. Could just be my oven doesn't get hot enough.
xstrio30/09/2019 13:31

why not just make a yorkshire pudding, throw a few sausages in it and top …why not just make a yorkshire pudding, throw a few sausages in it and top with thick onion and bacon gravy, maybe some mashed potato



And why not just grow some potatoes, rear some pigs and chickens, buy a metal foundry and to make your potato masher... genetically engineer some dinosaurs from dna in amber, kill and bury them, wait a few million years then use the resulting oil to power your endeavour?
abigsmurf30/09/2019 14:55

I can make regular yorkshire puddings fine but every attempt I've made at …I can make regular yorkshire puddings fine but every attempt I've made at a large one has come out like a sponge. Could just be my oven doesn't get hot enough.


Try making them a bit thinner? X
_g_30/09/2019 15:56

And why not just grow some potatoes, rear some pigs and chickens, buy a …And why not just grow some potatoes, rear some pigs and chickens, buy a metal foundry and to make your potato masher... genetically engineer some dinosaurs from dna in amber, kill and bury them, wait a few million years then use the resulting oil to power your endeavour?


That’s a bit dramatic. Making a Yorkshire pud and buying some sausages isn’t much effort for most people. My roast dinners do tend to have some veg though so wouldn’t call this roast dinner filled, perhaps that’s just me.
bitsandpcsuk30/09/2019 13:56

Ok if you live on your own, but you could make a fresh proper roast dinner …Ok if you live on your own, but you could make a fresh proper roast dinner for a family of four for same price. Also Iceland do a roast beef roast for £1https://www.iceland.co.uk/p/iceland-beef-filled-yorkshire-pudding-320g/38119.html


Can't go wrong for a pound.
Parfy30/09/2019 16:17

That’s a bit dramatic. Making a Yorkshire pud and buying some sausages i …That’s a bit dramatic. Making a Yorkshire pud and buying some sausages isn’t much effort for most people. My roast dinners do tend to have some veg though so wouldn’t call this roast dinner filled, perhaps that’s just me.


It says "Chicken Filled Yorkshire Pudding" (from the piccie)so doesn't say it is a roast dinner
peakbear30/09/2019 16:22

It says "Chicken Filled Yorkshire Pudding" (from the piccie)so doesn't say …It says "Chicken Filled Yorkshire Pudding" (from the piccie)so doesn't say it is a roast dinner


Was going by the op’s post rather than zooming in on the pic
_g_30/09/2019 15:56

And why not just grow some potatoes, rear some pigs and chickens, buy a …And why not just grow some potatoes, rear some pigs and chickens, buy a metal foundry and to make your potato masher... genetically engineer some dinosaurs from dna in amber, kill and bury them, wait a few million years then use the resulting oil to power your endeavour?


This week I'll be mainly eating... Roadkill
How is the nutritional info? Usually says for example 44% of days saturated fat. So not bad but then see no it's per 1/4 of pack
Edited by: "jinkssick" 30th Sep
Very good price & perfect high-carb-low-fibre fodder for couch-potatoes to "bulk up" fast now winter's coming!
WigBilly30/09/2019 17:32

Very good price & perfect high-carb-low-fibre fodder for couch-potatoes to …Very good price & perfect high-carb-low-fibre fodder for couch-potatoes to "bulk up" fast now winter's coming!


We can’t all be a gorgeous Adonis like you.
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This is how they're done properly, at Glastonbury this year!
TechnoDonkey30/09/2019 17:36

We can’t all be a gorgeous Adonis like you.



Actually I've decided to let myself go completely this year, staying in shape is so damn boring...good luck to those who can!
MarcusHunt30/09/2019 17:41

[Image] This is how they're done properly, at Glastonbury this year!


When I went to Glastonbury the food was pretty rank unless you went to the hippy quarter. Overpriced rubbish that tasted like it was straight from Booker’s value range. The fish and chips made me want to cry.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 30th Sep
WigBilly30/09/2019 17:43

Actually I've decided to let myself go completely this year, staying in …Actually I've decided to let myself go completely this year, staying in shape is so damn boring...good luck to those who can!


There’s no point in being overly healthy because fortune dictates that most people will die as a result of something they couldn’t prevent. I don’t want my last meal to be a superfood salad
TechnoDonkey30/09/2019 17:44

When I went to Glastonbury the food was pretty rank unless you went to the …When I went to Glastonbury the food was pretty rank unless you went to the hippy quarter. Overpriced rubbish that tasted like it was straight from Booker’s value range. The fish and chips made me want to cry.



I had some great food when I was there, had an amazing scotch egg that was still runny, some battered chips (yes you read that right!) and as you say, I did experience some food up in the healing fields, I'm not vegan but the vegan breakfast I had wasn't wrong!
MarcusHunt30/09/2019 17:48

I had some great food when I was there, had an amazing scotch egg that was …I had some great food when I was there, had an amazing scotch egg that was still runny, some battered chips (yes you read that right!) and as you say, I did experience some food up in the healing fields, I'm not vegan but the vegan breakfast I had wasn't wrong!


I think we were camped in the Council Estate section as far as food went, and I couldn’t travel far because if I tried to walk too far my wellies got sucked off; which is funny because my wellies are about the only thing that got suc....never mind
MarcusHunt30/09/2019 17:41

[Image] This is how they're done properly, at Glastonbury this year!


Now that looks tasty, bet it wasn't a £1 though.
TechnoDonkey30/09/2019 17:50

I think we were camped in the Council Estate section as far as food went, …I think we were camped in the Council Estate section as far as food went, and I couldn’t travel far because if I tried to walk too far my wellies got sucked off; which is funny because my wellies are about the only thing that got suc....never mind



I went this year in the blistering heat, I can confirm that nothing got wet either
twotone195430/09/2019 17:56

Now that looks tasty, bet it wasn't a £1 though.



It was £11. If I remember rightly.
MarcusHunt30/09/2019 17:41

[Image] This is how they're done properly, at Glastonbury this year!


It kind of looks like a bluff though - is that actually a roast dinner or is it a promo from the pulled pork van?
TechnoDonkey30/09/2019 17:57

It kind of looks like a bluff though - is that actually a roast dinner or …It kind of looks like a bluff though - is that actually a roast dinner or is it a promo from the pulled pork van?



Definitely not a bluff.

You could have chicken, pork or beef in the Yorkshire, along with mash or chips (chose chips), stuffing, gravy and a pig in blanket!
MarcusHunt30/09/2019 17:59

Definitely not a bluff. You could have chicken, pork or beef in the …Definitely not a bluff. You could have chicken, pork or beef in the Yorkshire, along with mash or chips (chose chips), stuffing, gravy and a pig in blanket!


Let me guess - £11?
TechnoDonkey30/09/2019 18:00

Let me guess - £11?




Yep. Not bad price for festival food, tbh I thought most, not all, of the food, was reasonably priced compared to some of the other festivals I've been to.
bitsandpcsuk30/09/2019 13:56

Ok if you live on your own, but you could make a fresh proper roast dinner …Ok if you live on your own, but you could make a fresh proper roast dinner for a family of four for same price. Also Iceland do a roast beef roast for £1https://www.iceland.co.uk/p/iceland-beef-filled-yorkshire-pudding-320g/38119.html


No you couldn't! Fresh roast beef dinner for four, for £1.99?? Good luck with that!
abigsmurf30/09/2019 14:55

I can make regular yorkshire puddings fine but every attempt I've made at …I can make regular yorkshire puddings fine but every attempt I've made at a large one has come out like a sponge. Could just be my oven doesn't get hot enough.


Best yorkies are equal measures of eggs milk and flour, so crack 3 eggs in measuring jug then add whatever ml in milk that it comes to, so if 200ml add 200ml of milk, whisk them up,, add 200ml plain flour salt and pepper, put them in oven and watch them try and breakout the oven
Yummy loved these when Aldi had them last
Well I happen to quite like these! The last thing I feel like doing once my baby is asleep is cooking all this then dealing with the mess so a great buy when you want something that resembles real food!
Edited by: "katek" 30th Sep
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