Supermarket Aldi has teamed up with TV chef and restaurateur Judy Joo to recreate three iconic recipes from top London eatery, The Savoy Grill, all of which can be cooked on the barbeque. What’s more, Aldi’s version of the menu has price savings of more than 700%!
Taking inspiration from The Savoy Grill’s traditionally sophisticated menu, Judy Joo, who features on ITV’s Cooking With The Stars which airs this week, has created barbeque friendly versions of the venue’s famous Cheese Souffle, Beef Wellington with Red Wine Jus, and Rum babas with Lime Chantilly.
The three courses have been designed to showcase how a barbeque can produce gourmet standard food, and inspire the UK to take alfresco gatherings to the next level.
Brits can step up to the plate this summer and impress friends and family by following Joo’s great value recipes to replicate five star excellence at the grill. What’s more, the mouth-watering set menu costs just £9.09 per head – that’s a staggering £65 cheaper than those at The Savoy.
Joo said, “It’s easy to reach for the sausages or burgers when firing up the grill, but smoker barbeques are capable of so much more. Closing the lid adds a beautiful smoky aroma to food, and helps to create oven-like cooking conditions, which means restaurant quality dishes, such as those from The Savoy, can easily be replicated. I hope my set menu inspires others to go gourmet at the grill this summer!”
One of the UK’s most renowned fine dining restaurants, The Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay has achieved worldwide recognition having served the likes of Hollywood legends Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra, as well as national icons Sir Winston Churchill and Queen Elizabeth.
Oozing with elegance and decadence, the iconic London eaterie specialises in French and British cuisine, and serves its meat dishes straight from a wood-fired charcoal grill.
To wow guests and raise the bar(beque), budding foodies and novice home cooks alike can take British barbeques from boring to brilliant with these easy to follow recipes: