Foodies are racing to get their hands on the new ‘impossibly crunchy’ tempura nuggets from Aldi – and they cost just $3.39 a pack
- Customers are rushing to purchase Aldi’s Farmwood tempura chicken nuggets
- Danni spotted the food buy in stores and notified other shoppers on Facebook
- Made with Australian chicken breast, the buy has a health star rating of 3.5
- The popular snack can be found in the frozen section of Aldi supermarket stores
Australian customers are rushing to Aldi to buy boxes of Farmwood tempura chicken nuggets.
Mum Danni spotted the food buy in stores and shared the news to a popular Facebook group.
Customers have been waiting in anticipation for the $3.39 product to return to Aldi supermarkets.
‘Omg! [I] was so excited to see Aldi had tempura nuggets back. New packaging but fingers crossed they’re as good as they used to be,’ Danni said.
Mum Danni spotted the chicken nuggets (pictured) in stores and shared the news to a popular Facebook group
Tempura nuggets are bite-sized chicken treats that are made with a light tempura-style coating.
The Aldi nuggets have a health star rating of 3.5 stars out of five and are made with Australian chicken breast.
The popular snack can be found in the frozen section of Aldi supermarket stores.
The Aldi nuggets have a health star rating of 3.5 stars and are made with Australian chicken breast
After sharing the insight on Facebook, other parents were delighted to hear the nuggets are back.
‘We’ve had a few boxes already they taste no different, kids love them,’ one mum said.
‘My kids will be happy,’ another said.
A third added: ‘I definitely need to try the tempura ones because my son always peels the outside off on the crumbed ones!’