Aldi has started selling square sausages perfect for sausage butties
Aldi has started selling square shaped pork sausages, because the supermarket wanted to introduce an easier way to eat a sausage butty.
The sausage patties come in 340g packs of four, and sot £1.79.
The sausages are flat like burgers, and have been designed for sandwiches – you we suggest still sticking to the original sausage for hot dogs.
The square shape means it’ll fill out all the bread and leave no empty spaces.
They’re currently on sale in Aldi stores as one of the ‘fresh weekly offers’.
Of course, anyone who is Scottish (or even if you’ve just had breakfast there), knows the joy of a square sausage (known as Lorne sausage).
We’re not sure how they compare to the traditional Scottish treat but it’s worth a try if you’re a Scot away from home.
They’ll be on sale while stock lasts, so you’ll have to act fast if you want to get your hands on them.
Though don’t worry too much – As Morrisons, and Iceland both do their own versions, too.
In other Aldi news, the supermarket has relaunched its log burners, for just £59.99.
The supermarket’s new item from Gardenline has already sold out in pre-orders online, but is now on sales in stores.
It’s made from durable steel with a bronze finish and you’ll be able to enjoy it from every angle, as the log burner features a 360 degree view of the fire.
We can’t wait to spend the summer evenings around the fire listening to someone badly playing an acoustic guitar and toasting marshmallows.
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