The Unofficial ALDI Cookbook – Book Promotion
I received a copy of “The Unofficial ALDI Cookbook” (17.95 value) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.
Love to cook? Love Aldi’s? If so, this cookbook is for you as it’s filled with “Delicious Recipes Made with Fan Favorites from the Award-Winning Grocery Store”.
A little history:
“ALDI started out as Albrecht’s Grocery store in 1913 in Germany. Eventually the Albrecht brothers took over from their mama, and they turned it into Albrecht Discount or ALDI, for short.” Even though it originally was considered a discount store, today “many of the store’s brand names are organic and the company plans to make all of its packaging recyclable or compostable by 2025.”
Just know, “every recipe in this book was made with ingredients bought at an ALDI grocery store”.
Digging into the cookbook:
Upon opening the cookbook, it has a great “Contents” with categories including:
*Sides, Appetizers, and Soups
I personally zeroed in on the Sides, Appetizers, and Soups to:
*Layered Taco Dip
Each recipe highlighted the Yield, Prep Time, Bake Time, Ingredients and step by step directions for each recipe, along with a mouthwatering picture to go along with it.
All in all, the recipes come off easy to make and most recipes were doable and not out of this world that you would never make or have crazy ingredients to hunt down at ALDIs. Now that being said, a lot of the recipes are comfort food (which we all LOVE), BUT then they have thrown in a few goodies like Baked Tilapia, Roasted Asparagus and Baked Salmon to name a few.
In the back of the cookbook, there is also a Conversions page to assist with your cooking/baking.
Needless to say, this cookbook is for all ALDI junkies! The Unofficial ALDI Cookbook can be purchased at a local book store near you or at Amazon. Get your copy today and share your cooking/baking masterpieces!
About the Author
Jeanette Hurt is an award-winning author of 15 books on food and drink, and she is a recipe developer for both publications and agencies. She regularly contributes to numerous magazines, including Forbes, Huffington Post, EatingWell, and Chicago Health. When she’s not writing or developing recipes, you can find her walking along the lakefront with her family and their dog in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Find her online at jeanettehurt.com, on Twitter, and Facebook.