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Aldi launches $3.99 Urban Eats gozleme with choc hazelnut

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Foodies in a frenzy as Aldi launches a delicious range of $3.99 gozleme complete with Turkish-style pastry and chocolate hazelnut

  • Aldi has launched a new range of gozleme complete with chocolate hazelnut 
  • The $3.99 product has hit the freezer aisles of the supermarket across Australia 
  • Home cooks can prepare the delicious dessert within minutes as instructed 

Foodies are in a frenzy as Aldi launches a new range of delicious gozleme complete with Turkish-style pastry and chocolate hazelnut.

The $3.99 product has hit the freezer aisles of supermarket stores across Australia.

Home cooks can prepare the dessert within minutes as instructed – as many raved about pairing the pastry with fresh strawberries and whipped cream.

Foodies are in a frenzy as Aldi launches a new range of delicious gozleme complete with Turkish-style pastry and chocolate hazelnut

Foodies are in a frenzy as Aldi launches a new range of delicious gozleme complete with Turkish-style pastry and chocolate hazelnut

‘Had this last night with strawberries. It’s good,’ one shopper said.

Another said: ‘Game changer! Now imagine it with fresh strawberries.’

One said: ‘I’ll have a freezer full of these.’

Another said: ‘My two favourite things in one.’ 

Many said they ‘needed’ this new dessert in their lives, while others said they were looking forward to trying them.

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Shoppers who got their hands on the new product suggested cooking them in a sandwich press or on a low-heat with butter over a stovetop.

The brand also has two other savory flavours - lamb & spinach and feta & spinach ($3.99) - which has been a crowd favourite among shoppers in recent years

The brand also has two other savory flavours – lamb & spinach and feta & spinach ($3.99) – which has been a crowd favourite among shoppers in recent years

The desserts are perfect to keep in the freezer for nights when you are feeling peckish after dinner or a sweet meal for breakfast.

The brand also has two other savory flavours – lamb & spinach and feta & spinach ($3.99) – which has been a crowd favourite among shoppers in recent years.

‘We had this for dinner and was pleasantly surprised. Took less than 10 minutes to cook from frying pan to plate, great for a quick easy meal,’ a mother said.

‘I had defrosted them during the day, so they were ready to go.’

Another mother said: ‘If you love gozleme, then you have to try Aldi’s version, it’s awesome. Only five ingredients and no preservatives. Best discovery ever, we’re addicted in our house.’



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