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Shoppers are going wild for these pork and ginger dumplings from Aldi – and they cost less than $6 

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Shoppers are rushing to get their hands on packets of pork and ginger dumplings from Aldi, raving that they are ‘delicious’ and a ‘game-changing’ buy.

The Chinese-style dumplings cost just $5.49 for a packet to feed three people, and they are available in the fresh refrigerated section of the discount supermarket.

‘New dumplings spotted in the fridge (not the freezer). Has anyone tried these ones?’ the founder of the Aldi Lovers Australia, Tammy, posted on Instagram

Shoppers are rushing to get their hands on packets of pork and ginger dumplings from Aldi, raving that they are 'delicious' and a 'game-changing' buy (dumplings pictured)

Shoppers are rushing to get their hands on packets of pork and ginger dumplings from Aldi, raving that they are ‘delicious’ and a ‘game-changing’ buy (dumplings pictured)

The Chinese-style dumplings cost just $5.49 for a packet to feed three people, and they are available in the fresh refrigerated section of the discount supermarket (dumplings pictured)

The Chinese-style dumplings cost just $5.49 for a packet to feed three people, and they are available in the fresh refrigerated section of the discount supermarket (dumplings pictured)

It wasn’t long before the bargain lover’s post was met with hundreds of responses from people saying they are ‘so tasty’ but ‘only serve two people maximum’.

Aldi recommend that once bought, you store the dumplings in your fridge. 

To make them, bring some water to the boil over a high heat and steam them in a wok for between four and five minutes.

The dumplings can also be microwaved, and it’s recommended you serve them with soy sauce.

Those who had tried the dumplings said they were good and 'so gingery', recommending you cook them by steaming them or in the microwave before adding soy sauce (packet pictured)

Those who had tried the dumplings said they were good and 'so gingery', recommending you cook them by steaming them or in the microwave before adding soy sauce (packet pictured)

Those who had tried the dumplings said they were good and ‘so gingery’, recommending you cook them by steaming them or in the microwave before adding soy sauce (packet pictured)

Earlier this year, foodies said they were 'obsessed' with Aldi's $8.99 Japanese-style gyozas (pictured)

Earlier this year, foodies said they were ‘obsessed’ with Aldi’s $8.99 Japanese-style gyozas (pictured)

‘I’ve tried them, they are so good and very gingery,’ one commenter posted.

‘Need to get my hands on these,’ another added.

These aren’t the only dumplings that Aldi have launched with huge success.

Earlier this year, foodies said they were ‘obsessed’ with Aldi’s $8.99 Japanese-style gyozas.

These come complete with dumpling pastries filled with succulent prawn pieces and vegetables. 

Many said while they liked to steam the dumplings, another way to make them taste delicious was to pan fry them to add a bit of crisp.

 

One woman shared incredible pictures of her 'quick lunch', explaining how she pan fried the gyozas and then added a dash of water and cooked them until they crisp (pictured)

One woman shared incredible pictures of her 'quick lunch', explaining how she pan fried the gyozas and then added a dash of water and cooked them until they crisp (pictured)

One woman shared incredible pictures of her ‘quick lunch’, explaining how she pan fried the gyozas and then added a dash of water and cooked them until they crisp (pictured)

One woman shared incredible pictures of her ‘quick lunch’, explaining how she pan fried the gyozas and then added a dash of water and cooked them until they crisp.

‘First you have to pan fry them on the two flat sides, so they get some colour and brown a little,’ she explained.

‘After this you put a small amount, around half a cup of water to soften them and cover with a lid. Then take the lid off, and when all the water has dissolved, it’s ready.’

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