This Post Is Sponsored By ALDI
It’s no secret that I love ALDI haha. Looking back on my life as an adult I can’t really remember a time before ALDI was in my life. It all seems a blur up until we discovered each other. Every now and then I get to do some cool things with ALDI and this is one of those times.
I have always been a sold out lover of ALDI but my husband took a little more convincing. His opinions were based more on his fear of change than actual experience. I remember him specifically banning me from buying any meat from ALDI as he couldn’t get his head around believing it would taste great for such an affordable price.
Being the loving wife I am I bought it anyway and just didn’t tell him where I bought it from haha. I clearly remember the first time he ate the Highland Park Grass Fed Beef Porterhouse Steak and him asking me where the steak was from as it one of the best pieces he had had. You can imagine it was my pleasure and delight to tell him ALDI mwahahahaha. Since then he has come to love the ALDI range of meat and still comments to this day on how quality it seems for the price. We love that their fresh meat is all 100% Australian and there is a fantastic range of options to keep dinners interesting.
I have partnered with ALDI on a little project and we are on the hunt to uncover your best ALDI beef recipes loved by your family. We are looking for the most original and yummy recipes so while the ALDI pre-marinated products are super delicious we are looking for recipes made from scratch. I will be choosing 3 of the best recipes submitted and making them for my family and sharing them on the blog in a follow up blog post.
All 3 people who submitted the winning recipes will each score for themselves a $100 ALDI gift card to spend on any ALDI goodies they like!
You can submit your recipes via the app below …
Below is an example of one of our family’s favourite recipes that I make using ALDI beef mince.
Chilli Con Carne
- 500g Jindurra Station 3 Star Beef Mince
- 420g New Season Red Kidney Beans
- 425g Romano Italian Diced Tomatoes
- 1 tbsp Romano Tomato Paste
- 1 tbsp Olive Tree Australian Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Robust Oil
- 1 Onion Finely Chopped
- 1 tsp Stonemill Crushed Garlic
- ? tsp Stonemill Chilli Flakes
- ½ tsp Stonemill Cumin
- 1 cup Chef’s Cupboard Beef Stock
- 150g Farmdale Sour Cream
- Heat the oil in a large saucepan or frying pan
- Add the diced onion and garlic and cook until lightly browned
- Add the mince and cook until brown
- Add the remaining ingredients and bring to the boil
- Reduce the heat and simmer for 20 minutes
Place desired amount of rice in a saucepan with 1 ½ times the amount of water and a little salt and stir once. Bring to the boil, then turn the heat all the way down and cover the pan tightly with a lid. Cook on the lowest heat possible for 15mins without uncovering the pan. Use a fork to fluff up the cooked rice.