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Forget your Kmart pie maker: Chef makes vanilla cakes using Aldi samosa maker in just six minutes

Forget your Kmart pie maker: Popular Aldi samosa press hailed as the ‘best gadget of 2019’ is being used to make cakes by clever chefs

  • The woman took to Facebook to share her innovative use of the $29 maker
  • She made the baked goods using cake mix, margarine, sugar and cinnamon
  • The cakes were made in just six minutes, sending social media into a frenzy

A creative chef has made vanilla cakes in just six minutes using Aldi’s samosa maker.      

The Australian woman took to Facebook to share her innovative use of the gadget which was on sale for just $29 on Aldi’s special buys.

Inspired by her creation, social media users rushed to the nearest Aldi to buy the appliance only to realise the popular item had been sold out at most stores. 

A creative chef has made vanilla cakes in just six minutes by using Aldi's samosa maker

A creative chef has made vanilla cakes in just six minutes by using Aldi’s samosa maker

She made the baked goods using White Mill's vanilla cake mix, margarine, white sugar and cinnamon mix

She made the baked goods using White Mill's vanilla cake mix, margarine, white sugar and cinnamon mix

She made the baked goods using White Mill’s vanilla cake mix, margarine, white sugar and cinnamon mix

She made the baked goods using White Mill’s vanilla cake mix, margarine, white sugar and cinnamon mix. 

The samosa maker was able to create 24 triangular cakes in total.  

Writing to the Kmart Pie Maker, Recipes, Tips and Ideas Australia Facebook page, the woman outlined the simple instructions. 

The Facebook group is originally a forum where chefs shared their unique recipes using the Kmart Pie Maker, from custard tarts to quiches. 

She followed the usual instructions on making the vanilla cake batter, before pouring the contents evenly into the samosa maker. 

After six minutes, she dipped each triangle into melted margarine, before covering the cake with sugar and cinnamon.   

The Australian woman took to Facebook to share her innovative use of the gadget which was on sale for just $29 on Aldi's special buys

The Australian woman took to Facebook to share her innovative use of the gadget which was on sale for just $29 on Aldi’s special buys

The samosa maker was dubbed the best gadget of 2019 by one user. 

Others complained about the item being sold out in stores. 

‘I went to 5 Aldis and couldn’t find it,’ one wrote. 

‘I wish they’d get enough stock in. Sold out in a couple of hours near me,’ another wrote. 

One added: ‘They look amazing. Aldi had all sold out in my area.’  

The samosa maker was dubbed the best gadget of 2019 by one user, while others complained about the item being sold out in stores

The samosa maker was dubbed the best gadget of 2019 by one user, while others complained about the item being sold out in stores

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