Somewhat tongue in cheek, or more likely tongue in frank, ALDI’s regular franks were recently reviewed. A regular frank is defined here to consist of an unknown mixture of several different kinds of meats and possibly other ingredients in less than exact or predictable proportions. Or, more simply, the left overs are thrown into the sausage machine. A beef frank, however, should be made from beef. As such beef franks usually taste better … and cost more. Such is true for ALDI beef franks, although the taste really isn’t all that much better.
The ALDI beef franks taste better than their cousins, but not as good as some national brand beef franks. To makeup for that slight disappointment, the price is considerably less than the better tasting national brands. In other words, you do get what you paid for with ALDI beef franks.
Calories 190 serving (170 g) Price – $2.49 cents (8 dogs)