Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Aldi launches new pastel pink frying pan and everyone wants it

09/11/2023

Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman

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Big news to all lovers of *aesthetic* kitchenware…

Aldi has just announced the drop of a pastel pink frying pan, and it’s so affordable it’d be rude not to cop it.

The non-stick pan is not only a dream to gaze upon but it’s also multi-functional, with attachments which means it can be used for boiling and steaming.

You can use the pan on all types of hob, and it’s also safe to put in the dishwasher, which is a big plus for the lazy chefs amongst us (guilty), or those who are cooking in a hurry.

Aldi’s Always Pan dupe is here (Credit: Aldi)

In case you didn’t gather, the pan is a not so subtle dupe of the Our Place Always Pan, which was a sellout when it launched in 2021, and saw a waitling list of over 50,000 people subsequently.

The original Our Place Always pan cost £130, and is a chosen cooking utensil of the likes of Selena Gomez and Oprah Winfrey.

Available in stores from November 16th, Aldi’s ‘Every Ways’ pan will be for sale for £19.99, which is a pretty staggering difference in price (85 percent, to be precise!)

You’ll be able to get the pan in the middle aisle as a Specialbuy whilst stocks last (aka, not long probably), so we’d suggest you go grab yours, stat.

As well as pink, it’ll come in black and blue colour tones, too.

The pan comes with handy attachments (Credit: Aldi)

Given that it isn’t out yet, we can’t confirm whether the Aldi pan lives up to the Our Place version.

However, Our Place features a nonstick ceramic coating which does still mean it’s different to the Aldi version.

The Always Pan also boasts some pretty great sustainability credentials.

For one, it’s made of 100 percent certified post-consumer recycled aluminium – in short, “the pan is made from discarded materials (not just factory floor scraps), and all wastewater is treated and recycled in the manufacturing process.”

Pretty impressive, eh. You can check out the Always Pan here. And if you can’t stretch to that budget? Well, you know where to go!

Featured image: Aldi

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