Every year when the sauce hits Aldi shelves, fans on social media will beg the chain to make it a permanent offering, and they’ll also suggest plenty of uses for it. From spread on a baguette or crescent roll to a delicious addition to pasta or egg dishes, there seems to be no shortage of dishes featuring Aldi’s delicious Onion Chutney. Along with the red chilli fruit spread, it’s a key component of the Aldi character. Holiday charcuterie board. But if you need a little more convincing, Aldi’s many Onion Chutney fans have got you covered. And they have your pizza covered too.
While the Baked Potato, Goat Cheese, and Onion Chutney Pizza sounds like a flatbread worth exploring, the sauce goes well with almost any type of cheese, including Gruyère and ricotta. You can make a copycat recipe for Aldi UK’s Four Cheese Sourdough Pizza with Caramelized Red Onions, or mix it with olive oil and use it as a base to make a white pizza. While Aldi’s Onion Chutney is a little sweeter in taste, the caramelized onions go great on pizza with everything from grilled chicken, sausage and bacon, to more vegetarian options like spinach and broccoli.