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Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Aldi launches GIANT Pig in Blanket kebabs for barbecue season

A pig in a blanket is no longer just for Christmas!

Aldi has launched the perfect product for hot sunny days.

With temperatures hitting record highs for the year, many are turning to the barbecue.

And new pigs-in-blankets kebabs are just the thing to put on it.

Giant Pig in Blanket Kebabs are in store now (Credit: Aldi)

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The 100% British pork sausages are wrapped in Beechwood smoked cured streaky bacon.

They are an original take on the Christmas classic.

And there is enough for the whole family too.

They are also perfectly portioned into four snackable-size kebabs.

What's more, they are £1.99 for 269g of meat.

Cook for 22-26 minutes and finish on the BBQ for a final five minutes  – just don’t ‘hog’ them all! 

Other BBQ goodies

People are getting the barbecues out now hot weather has arrived (Credit: Cover Images)

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The giant pig in blanket kebabs are not the only barbecue treats on offer.

Also available at the store now are Sausage Whirls.

Delicately seasoned and made with 100% British pork, the swirls of sausage goodness are ready in less than half an hour.

You can cook them in the oven for 14-18 minutes.

Next, transfer to a piping hot BBQ for the final five minutes to capture the smoky flavour. 

These Sausage Whirls can be ready in half an hour - just pop them in the oven first (Credit: Aldi)

They cost £1.99 for 270g of meat.

Both items are already available in store, so if you have a garden and are thinking of having a barbecue, now might be a good time to pay Aldi a visit.

Aldi is Britain’s fifth largest supermarket with more than 875 stores and 33,000 employees. Research released by Which? showed that Aldi is 19% cheaper, on average, than the Big Four supermarkets. It tracked the price of more than a hundred items at the UK’s eight biggest supermarkets throughout March 2020.

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