I’m a chef – I tested Aldi’s seafood boil and there’s a reason a meal doesn’t come in a bag


IF you’re an Aldi fan, skip the seafood boil.

At least according to chef Candice.

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Chef and Foodie Candice tested the Aldi seafood boilCredit: chefcandace

Candice is a chef, foodie, and content creator who loves to share her cooking knowledge.

She’s created cookbooks, seasonings, and special recipes that she shares with her 203,000 TikTok followers.

The chef, who goes by chefcandace on TikTok, typically posts videos where she gives followers her step-by-step cooking process. 

She recently posted a video on TikTok revealing her thoughts on the Aldi seafood boil and how she prepared it.

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The seafood boil comes packed with goodies.

It has raw shrimp, corn on the cob, mussels, red skin potatoes, andouille sausage, and a cajon-style seasoning packet.

The cooking process

To get started, she boiled hot water and added onions and sliced lemons.

The TikToker also used the Louisiana brand Crawfish Shrimp & Crab Boil seasoning as well as the OG Seafood Seasoning, made by the chef herself.

She then put a tablespoon of Zatarain’s Shrimp & Crab Boil sauce and added some chicken bouillon.

She then instructed her followers to put the top on and let it boil.

Next, she added the frozen seafood boil package from Aldi.

Her thoughts – while the package comes packed with food, it’s not worth the buy.

She said in the video that Aldi “gets an A for effort, but an E for ew.”

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This Aldi superfan got their whole weekly food shop of 35 items for $83 including fish and 22oz of chicken.

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