Aldi's new cookware range is a must for foodies out there

Aldi's new cookware range is a must for foodies out there


Posted 14th September by Peter Byrne

We love a bargain here at HomeStyle, so when we heard Aldi had launched a brand-new cast iron cookware range that gives shoppers the chance to save hundreds of pounds compared to similar models, we had to share it with you

The new cookware range is comparable to the premium pieces of Le Creuset, with each item crafted from cast iron and suitable for use with all heat sources, including gas, electric, induction hobs and even solid fuel cookers. They can also be put in an oven up to 200 degrees Celsius.

Valued for its durability and heat retaining properties, cast iron cookware can be on the pricy side. However, this latest range is aiming to give budding chefs the opportunity to use cast iron while cooking, along with a choice of stylish and non-stick skillets, grill trays, frying pans, tagines, roasters, and even a casserole dish. And the best bet? Prices start from only £12.99!

The most expensive item in the range is less than £25 too, ensuring you won't break the bank on these pieces. To buy a casserole dish (£24.99, compared to £295), shallow casserole dish (£24.99 compared to £229) and tagine (£19.99 compared to £190) in comparison to the comparable pieces from Le Creuset, would save homeowners an amazing £664! Not too shabby, eh?

The collection will come in three colours - cream, grey and red.

The range can be pre-ordered from 16th September and can be found in store and online from 20th September. However, you'll need to move quickly - once they're gone, they're gone!





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