Elliot has also shared two exclusive recipes for other budget-friendly meals under £1 to share with a date, friends, family or just enjoy alone.
Morrison’s pasta with tomatoes and kidney beans
In the clip, he buys a bag of spaghetti for 29p, a can of red kidney beans for 33p and a can of tomatoes for 38p
In another video, Elliot reveals how to make vegetarian tomato pasta for 50p a dish, captioning the clip: ‘Morrisons saves £1 meal’.
In the clip, he buys a bag of spaghetti for 29p, a can of red kidney beans for 33p and a can of tomatoes for 38p.
At home, the TikToker sautés the tomatoes, boils the kidney beans, and adds the ingredients to the pasta before stirring.
He’s left with two hearty portions at 50 pence per plate.
The clip has over 22,300 views, over 450 likes and numerous comments.
Wendy said, “A few herbs, chili, salt and pepper, and a sprinkling of sugar to soften the acidity of the tomatoes, I think it would be fine.” [sic]
Debz added, “If you make a curry sauce and then add a jar of cheap pasta sauce, that’s a real hit with kidney beans.”
Another wrote: “Damn cheap prices, I live in Spain and everything is at least double or triple the price.”
“I would put the beans and tomato in the pan and add some rice and cook the rice with the ingredients and add some water if needed,” Iru added.
“FISH PASTA À LA ALDI”
Elliot prepares a fish pasta dish using Aldi produce for just 64p a portion
Finally, Elliot prepares a fish pasta dish using Aldi produce for just 64p a portion.
In the clip he grabs a bag of penne for 41p, a can of tomatoes for 28p, some sardines in oil for 46p and a can of peas in water for 24p.
The video has over 80,100 likes, over 1,500 likes and numerous comments from TikTok users.
Liege said: “I love that most of these dishes are just junk. Cheap and easy.”
Another added, “Sardines are so pretty and cheap, good for gym gains.”
“I have to say it’s not too bad but I’m going to try some of these meals and this site could help a lot of families well done,” Jay wrote. [sic]
“This looks so good, oh my god,” said another. [sic]
“That’s a pretty healthy meal, good job,” commented another user.