What's This Snack From Aldi and Why Are They Limiting It?

What's This Snack From Aldi and Why Are They Limiting It?

In the UK, these snacks from Aldi are selling out so fast that they had to impose a two-box limit per customer. And it seems like the hype has flown over the oceans to Australian shores. 

You probably know what we're talking about. We reckon you have a mouthful of it while reading this.

So what is this trendy snack that swept over the nation? They're the $5 Aldi’s Halloumi Fries.

What are Halloumi Fries?

According to Wikipedia:

Halloumi or haloumi is a semi-hard, unripened, brined cheese made from a mixture of goat's and sheep's milk, and sometimes also cow's milk. It has a high melting point and so can easily be fried or grilled. Halloumi is often associated with the island of Cyprus, where it has been produced by a multiethnic population for many centuries.

So basically, halloumi fries are just deep-fried cheese. Yuuuuum!

How Can I Get My Hands on These Cheesy Munchies?

Obviously, they're available at Aldi's. However, it seems like they're only available in Queensland, Victoria, and Western Australian stores. You just have to see for yourself.

We also caught wind that Coles are also selling the same seriously-addictive snack albeit with a different name: halloumi chips.

So it's just a matter of how far you'd go for one. And you better act quick because a lot of shielas and blokes are getting in on the action!

Instagram group Aldi Lovers Australia posted a snap of the snack to their 80 thousand followers this week, with the quote: “Stop the press! Crispy Halloumi Fries have been spotted in Aldi.”


If going out to buy seems like too much of a hassle, you can learn how to make your own batch of halloumi fries in the comfort of your own home.


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