Cheapest supermarkets for roast dinners – and Aldi wins on chicken
When it comes to Britain’s favourite meals there’s not much that beats a good Sunday roast – bar maybe a curry (and most of us have to order that in).
But, a full roast dinner can quickly become expensive if you’re going the whole hog and doing all the trimmings. And, with Christmas on its way it’s important to try and scrimp and save where we can so we don’t end up skint at the end of December.
So, which supermarket is the cheapest when it comes to buying everything for a Sunday roast? Well cashlady.com crunched some numbers and found out.
And, if you’re partial to a chicken dinner then Aldi is the place to head with a roast coming in at just £2.07 per portion.
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Next up was Lidl at £2.09 per portion and then Tesco at £2.64.
Sainsbury’s cost £2.80 per person which was followed by Asda, £3.01, Morrisons, £3.54, Waitrose, £3.86 and M&S, £3.39.
Surprisingly the Co-op was the most expensive with a chicken dinner costing a whopping £4.51 per portion.
if your preference is for beef with your roast though you should head down to Lidl which came in the cheapest at £2.33 per potion.
In second place was Aldi, £2.73, and then Asda, £1.95 with Tesco taking fourth place at a cost of £4.89.
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In fifth was Sainsbury’s, £4.92, then Morrisons, £5.42, Co-op, £5.84, and M&S, £5.87.
Fancy supermarket Waitrose came out as the most expensive with one portion of a beef dinner costing £6.65.
Cash lady added: “Waitrose, M&S and the Co-op consistently chart in the top three most expensive supermarkets to get your ingredients from, for both chicken and beef roast dinners, so if you’re looking to save money it’s best to give these a miss.”
The amounts were calculated based on the cost of ingredients required to feed a party of four people.
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