Amy Sheppard, 36, from Bucks, saw food bills fall after shopping at Aldi The mother-of-two decided to write a cook book sharing favourite recipes Book uses ingredients you can only buy at low-cost German supermarket
I find since I started shopping at (mainly) Lidl and sometimes Aldi, I'm cooking more from scratch than before. Not that we lived on convenience foods, we didn't, but I think we're eating better. Their fruit and veg lasts longer than Sainbury and Tesco's produce, and their meat is really good too.
Some twot commented, "Not sure the typical Aldi customer has much use for books."
Having said that, her chicken balti looks suspiciously like Aldi diced chicken with Aldi Balti sauce with a bit of green herb sprinkled on top, plus some Aldi Basmati Rice and Aldi Naan. Not much of a recipe that. And she can stick her Aldi Quorn stir fry where the monkey sticks his Aldi nuts.