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BBQs at the ready: Iceland is now selling pigs in blankets kebabs

BBQs at the ready: Iceland is now selling pigs in blankets kebabs
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BBQs at the ready: Iceland is now selling a six pack of pigs in blankets on sticks.

Yep, your favourite Christmas dinner side is now available in BBQ form. We officially cant wait for the sun to come back out to we can spend the day demolishing those meaty treats in the garden.

The 300g packet of pigs on sticks cost £2.50 and feature pork sausages wrapped in smoked streaky bacon on wooden skewers.

In case you dont have an Iceland close to you, these things are pretty easy to make on their own.

Iceland 6 Pigs On Sticks 330g
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All you need is some little sausages – wrap them in smoked bacon and put them on a skewer.

Alternatively, you could just buy some pigs in blankets readily prepared.

Given that Tesco sells 12 pigs in blankets for £2, and you can buy wooden skewers for as little as 50p, youre actually getting more for your money creating them yourself.

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Just in case youre planning a BBQ this weekend, you should also know that Aldi also has a load of cheap dishes on offer, including its sell-out giant Tomahawk steak which has recently made a return to supermarket shelves.

Weighing in at an average of 1.3kg, the 14-day matured British ribeye steak costs just £12.99, making it up to 52% cheaper than the Waitrose equivalent.

BBQs at the ready: Iceland is now selling pigs in blankets kebabs
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The steak is made with 100% British beef and according to Aldi, is best served pan seared and rested for 15 minutes, served with a potato and avocado salad.

Alongside the Tomahawk, the super cheap supermarket has also released a Big Daddy steak and supersized sausages.

BBQs at the ready: Iceland is now selling pigs in blankets kebabs
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The giant British rump steak is said to weigh nearly half a kilo – but itll only set you back £4.99, which is a total bargain.

The supersize sausage, which has also gone on sale, is made from 100 per cent British meat, and costs £1.79 for a pack of two – which works out at 89p each.

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So basically, youve got everything you need for an amazing BBQ for less than £25.

All you need now is some salad, some buns and cheese and a massive jug of Pimms.

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