How Reddit Suggests Eating Aldi's Crab Rangoon Dip

Aldi shoppers can rejoice twice a year when Asian Week comes around in January and July for a whole new assortment of tasty products to try. Asian brands of ramen broths, spicy cheddar cheese, wonton soups, and sundry wok sauces were available on Aldi's shelves for customers to try. One item that had the internet buzzing was the Park Street Deli Crab Rangoon Dip, which doesn't taste anything like the creamy imitation crab rangoon filling that you'd expect in Chinese takeout, according to a review by Aisle of Shame. Out of all the limited-time goodies introduced, this Aldi Find certainly had foodies scratching their heads.

If you approach Aldi's Crab Rangoon Dip as a whole new product separate from what you know crab rangoon filling normally tastes like, you might just take a liking to it. Give it a chance and you might just find something delicious to pair the unique sweet-then-spicy dip with that will satisfy that seafood craving.

Ideas you can try with Aldi's Crab Rangoon Dip

Need some creative tips on what you might eat it with? Reddit users provided several great ideas on how to enjoy Aldi's Crab Rangoon Dip that you might want to consider. Several users suggested dunking pita chips or fried wonton chips into the seafood spread as a simple way to savor it. One Redditor proposed cooking up actual crab rangoons to plunge into it, giving the taster the best of both flavors. Other appetizing combinations involve dipping foods like veggies, crackers, and even naan bread into your rangoon dip for a scrumptious snack.

If you are able to get your hands on a tub of Aldi's Crab Rangoon Dip, feel free to experiment and see what flavor combinations you can create to serve up a mouth-watering appetizer. The next time Aldi features the product, you'll have plenty of options of how to enjoy it.