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Aldi’s new cast iron cookware is a budget-friendly Le Creuset dupe |

Aldi’s new cast iron cookware is a budget-friendly Le Creuset dupe

(Picture: Aldi)

You don’t have to be a cooking connoisseur to appreciate aesthetically pleasing cookware.


Fine kitchen equipment might cost a pretty penny but budget supermarket Aldi is giving the fanciest a run for their money.

Aldi’s new cast iron set rivals French manufacturer Le Creuset, so call around your friends for a dinner party and cook up a storm.

After all, you have something to celebrate – you’re saving around £600 (which is what you’d spend for a Le Creuset set) with the Aldi dupe.

Sometimes nice looking dishes make you want to cook (Picture: Aldi)

The kitchen savvier among us might know that cast iron is the creme de la creme of cookware.

Like Le Creuset pots, each item in the Aldi range is crafted from cast iron and suitable for use with all kinds of heat sources including gas, electric, induction hobs and even solid fuel cookers.

You can even put them in the oven with temperatures of 200 degrees Celsius.

Because of its durability and heat retention properties, which makes it popular among professionals, cast iron can be expensive.

This could be yours for £19.99(Picture: Aldi)

While Le Creuset offers one casserole pot for up to £199, the cheapest of which is £85, you could opt for budget-friendly alternatives.

Aldi’s latest range aims to offer budding chefs the chance to cook with the non-stick equipment. You can buy skillets, grill trays, frying pans, tagines, roasters, and a casserole dish which is available for £12.99.

The most you’ll have to fork out for the dupes – which includes a tagine pot – is £25.

The range is available to pre-order online from 16 September then in stores from 20 September.

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