Specially Selected Italian Pesto Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Aldi Sauces / Soups
Newest Review: ... pretty good value. Most of the foods in this range (the slightly more upmarket Aldi product is called 'specially selected') ... more
by - written on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I shop at Aldi every week to pick up basics and at least twice a month I will pick up a jar of their own brand pesto. It is surprisingly good! I have tried a couple of varieties but the pepper and crunchy almond variety is my all time favourite. On first appearance when you scoop a spoonful and add it to your pasta, it does seems a little oily, however when you read the ingredients you realise this is just the olive oil content - plus a little goes a long way. I can't remember exactly what these cost - something tells me they're around the 80p mark, so I think they are pretty good value. Most of the foods in this range (the slightly more upmarket Aldi product is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Specially Selected Italian Pesto Sauce Description: Several styles of pesto to enjoy! I love pesto sauce, I always buy the original green pesto (though there are a few different varieties to choose from in Aldi so if you want a bit of variety then give them a shot) and have tried loads of different brands. When buying pesto sauce from the supermarket, the cheapest one tends to cost around £1.10. This jar from Aldi costs just £0.99 and I can honestly say, it is the nicest one I have tried. The sauce comes in a clear glass jar with a black lid and the label on the front. The pesto inside is a rich and luxurious green colour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Useful, 61 readings)
I must admit that, in the past, I have been a bit of a food snob, preferring well known brands and shopping at main stream supermarkets, however, after recently having a baby and returning to work on a part-time basis, I realised the household budget had to stretch a bit further. And I've discovered that Aldi is a revelation! I've tried two of these Italian Pesto Sauces (the tomato one and the olive one) and they have been really tasty, full of flavour and not skimpy on content - all at a great price. Add them to some simply cooked pasta and serve up with a nice green salad and you've got a quick, nutritious week night supper. My other favourites ... Read the complete review
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