Aldi is launching its version of the celebrity-favourite Always Pan, and it's less than £20

A budget-friendly version of Selena Gomez, Cameron Diaz, and Oprah's favourite pan? Sign us up...

Dusty pink pan on top of counter displaying cooked food
(Image credit: Aldi)

Yep, you've read the headline correctly. Aldi is launching a brand-new kitchen essential set to rival the fan and celebrity-favourite Our Place Always Pan – for over £100 cheaper. We know, we can hardly believe it ourselves.

Aldi's new Every Ways Pan will retail for only £19.99 and will be available to shop in stores from the 16th of November in their beloved middle aisle we so shamelessly boast about here at Ideal Home. Although this launch won't be for a while, if you want something to look forward to and nab as soon as it drops, this pan is one to watch as its release is right on the horizon for the festive hosting season.

So, if you've always dreamt of snagging Selena Gomez, Cameron Diaz, and Oprah's favourite cooking essential without breaking the bank, this may well be your chance.

Dusty pink pan boiling pasta on top of stove

The Aldi Every Ways pan, available in-stores from November 16th

(Image credit: Aldi)

Aldi Every Ways pan – Our Place Always Pan dupe

Aldi is ready to up the ante even further on their cooking essentials this November as they announce the launch of their new Every Ways pan, which (you guessed it) aims to be a formidable (and way more affordable) dupe of Our Place's Always Pan that we're always raving about at Ideal Home.

Don't get us wrong, we love the Always Pan as much as the next person, however, if you've been in the search for an affordable alternative for a budget kitchen idea, this might just be one to watch.

Aldi's Every Ways Pan can be snapped up for just £19.99, which is a staggering 85% cheaper than its well-sought-after counterpart, and just like the Always Pan, is a multi-functional pan that can replace multiple pieces of traditional cookware.

The Every Ways Pan will be available in three on-trend colours, Black, Blue, or Dusty Pink, perfect to match your respective kitchen colour scheme. Not only that, but the pan will also come equipped with attachments that will allow for even more streamlined boiling and steaming.

The pan will be suitable for all hobs (including induction) and is dishwasher safe, meaning less hassle when you're on the task of cleaning up the kitchen.

Dusty pink pan on top of counter displaying cooked food

The Aldi Every Ways pan, available in-stores from November 16th

(Image credit: Aldi)

However, it is important to note that while the price cut might definitely be a huge draw to Aldi's Every Ways Pan, the Always Pan has long been manufacturing high-quality performance and sustainability. Our Place is pioneering healthier non-toxic cookware, owner of propriety technologies and is planet-friendly. The Always Pan 2.0 is also made from 100% recycled post-consumer aluminium with plastic-free packaging.

The Always Pan is also made with Thermakind – their proprietary coating that cannot be duped. So when shoppers buy a dupe, they are buying a different coating altogether, which is certainly something to keep in mind.

Therefore, to see if the Aldi version lives up to its claim is something we'll have to see for ourselves when it hits shelves.

Tiny Cast Iron Always Pan

Our Place's Tiny Cast Iron Always Pan

(Image credit: Our Place)

All in all, we think the Every Ways Pan could make a great gift for under £50 for those loved ones in your life who are quite the cooks. However, snapping up the original Our Place Always Pan may even be more bang for your buck if you've got the budget to accommodate it.

If you're keen on the look of the Every Ways Pan, then we recommend keeping this tabbed to ensure you don't miss out when it hits Aldi stores nationwide on November 16th.

Jullia Joson
Junior Writer

Jullia Joson is a Junior Writer at Ideal Home. She's always loved all things homes and interiors, graduating with a bachelor's degree in Architectural Studies from the University of Nottingham where her love for journalism blossomed following her internship at ArchDaily. Now focused on home tech, Jullia works on writing features and explainers to help people make the most of their home appliance investments. When she isn't writing, she loves exploring the city, coffee shop hopping, and losing hours to a cosy game.