Aldi pizza oven – cook the perfect pizza recipe for a low price with this bargain buy

Aldi pizza oven is back after proving a huge success last year.

And now the hit has been slashed in price by half. The popular summer product will cost £49.99, down from £99.99.

First launched in 2017, the gadget is back, and will up your barbecue game significantly.

The handy piece of kit is used on a barbecue, replicating Italian pizza oven technology.

The oven will be available to order from 8 April, before hitting stores on 12 April.

It will accompany the rest of the garden range, sure to feature a whole host of outdoor cooking appliances.

There will be a limited number of the pizza ovens so act fast, because once they sell out they will not be restocked.

Aldi said the piece is: “A great way to cook pizzas outdoors. This light, portable Barbecue Pizza Oven can be used on gas and charcoal barbecues.”

“Ceramic pizza stone. Cooks up to 12” pizzas. Ready to cook in 10 minutes. Temperature gauge. 2 carry handles. Easy to clean stainless steel interior. For outdoor use only.”

Say goodbye to disappointing oven pizzas for good and impress friends with this.

Another popular supermarket product is this huge Lidl steak, released for Easter bank holiday. 

The steak, which has been dry aged on the bone for 14 days and matured for 21 days, is in stores only for £14.99.

The piece of meat is even bigger than the Aldi Tomahawk Steak, which was a huge hit last year. 

The German supermarkets are going head to head to produce the best and biggest steaks on the UK high street.

But which is really the cheapest UK supermarket

Cheapest UK supermarket – which is it? 

Does Lidl, Aldi or Morrisons make it to the top spot, or will Asda or Tesco get a look in? This is the best value chain to buy your groceries, according to research.

You can buy a whole Easter lunch, including a leg of lamb and two bottles of prosecco, for just £25.54 at the German chain.

If you don’t have a Lidl store close to you, Aldi and Morrisons came close behind with baskets costing £23.65 and £24.83 respectively.

Asda also scored well on the supermarket comparison table, with the equivalent basket of goods costing just £26.27.

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