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16oz Big Daddy Rump Steak - £5.00 @ Aldi - From 15/06/2017

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#1
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1 Like #2
Works out at £11 a kg which is pretty cheap for rump. Any idea if they add liquid to their steaks? Fed up of getting supermarket meat that leaks out enough water to cover the whole of the pan, cooling it down and making it impossible to cook well.
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abigsmurf
Works out at £11 a kg which is pretty cheap for rump. Any idea if they add liquid to their steaks? Fed up of getting supermarket meat that leaks out enough water to cover the whole of the pan, cooling it down and making it impossible to cook well.

i agree smurf you need to put your steak in the pan with rubber rings on it.its a joke and is happening more and more.
3 Likes #4
Buy your steaks from your local butcher then. Ok, you'll pay a bit more but at least you'll get a decent steak without any additives. If you do have an issue, a local (independent) butcher will take you far more seriously than a customer services assistant at a large supermarket.
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Tapasman
Buy your steaks from your local butcher then. Ok, you'll pay a bit more but at least you'll get a decent steak without any additives. If you do have an issue, a local (independent) butcher will take you far more seriously than a customer services assistant at a large supermarket.


My butcher is sh*te.
Polish and Romanian imported chicken, 32% meat content sausages and the like.
Place looks good from the outside, but who knows where they source the other meats from.
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ihatebingo
abigsmurf
Works out at £11 a kg which is pretty cheap for rump. Any idea if they add liquid to their steaks? Fed up of getting supermarket meat that leaks out enough water to cover the whole of the pan, cooling it down and making it impossible to cook well.

i agree smurf you need to put your steak in the pan with rubber rings on it.its a joke and is happening more and more.


You need a cast iron griddle pan
4 Likes #7
You cant beat Aldi steak for quality.
#8
Clean!! Cheers OP
1 Like #9
BrownStar
You cant beat Aldi steak for quality.

Yes you can. Quite easily. Value? That's a different matter.
#10
It's true people always banging on about aldi lidl etc etc you get what you pay for.
And before you say different my dad worked over smithfield market for 30 yrs i know.

Edited By: waterloo on Jun 12, 2017 19:32:
1 Like #11
Ordered my pops a whacking great big t-bone from the butchers for Fathers day, can't beat a good ole slab of beef, yum.
#12
Surprised at the lack of big daddy references.
Thread full of millennials most likely!
1 Like #13
big daddy....
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b5/Shirley_%22Big_Daddy%22_Crabtree.jpg

Millenial big daddy....
http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/deathbattlefanon/images/f/f3/Big-Daddy-psd13508.png/revision/latest?cb=20150302151801

I was more of a giant haystacks man myself...


Edited By: Tyranicus66 on Jun 12, 2017 19:58
#14
Hehe
2 Likes #15
No water in the last 2 steaks from Aldi, one sirloin then a rump.
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gazdoubleu
ihatebingo
abigsmurf
Works out at £11 a kg which is pretty cheap for rump. Any idea if they add liquid to their steaks? Fed up of getting supermarket meat that leaks out enough water to cover the whole of the pan, cooling it down and making it impossible to cook well.

i agree smurf you need to put your steak in the pan with rubber rings on it.its a joke and is happening more and more.


You need a cast iron griddle pan


2nd this, only way to cook a perfect steak
#17
Tyranicus66
BrownStar
You cant beat Aldi steak for quality.
Yes you can. Quite easily. Value? That's a different matter.

Pound for pound i meant smart bum, I understand its not Kobe or Wagyu. :p

Edited By: BrownStar on Jun 12, 2017 21:59
1 Like #18
Had some pretty good steaks from Aldi recently.... Sirloin best. Rib eye bit thin

Btw Wetherspoons steaks aren't bad either!
Better than Beefeater in many cases.... Had to send back Steaks from Beefeater several times
#19
vod
gazdoubleu
ihatebingo
abigsmurf
Works out at £11 a kg which is pretty cheap for rump. Any idea if they add liquid to their steaks? Fed up of getting supermarket meat that leaks out enough water to cover the whole of the pan, cooling it down and making it impossible to cook well.
i agree smurf you need to put your steak in the pan with rubber rings on it.its a joke and is happening more and more.
You need a cast iron griddle pan
2nd this, only way to cook a perfect steak
Try Sous Vide.
2 Likes #20
nigelbutler
Had some pretty good steaks from Aldi recently.... Sirloin best. Rib eye bit thinBtw Wetherspoons steaks aren't bad either!Better than Beefeater in many cases.... Had to send back Steaks from Beefeater several times


Mate, you should never, ever do that!! Have you never watched these tv programmes where they've gone undercover? Omg, the stuff some so called chefs will do to food sent back!! It makes my blood boil. Ok, of course I'm not saying this happens all the time, but, for me I would never, ever take that risk!! I'd sooner leave the meal, complain & get a bit of the rest of the food. But, that's just my opinion. My fella has found an amazing Asian supermarket who cut it to whatever size you want, each & every steak has been fabulous & great prices too. We've also been to meat wholesalers, (not too sure if they arrived alive at this place) but again great meat, great prices!!
(Dewsbury, West Yorkshire)
#21
Very seldom buy a joint of meat from a Supermarket you just don't know where they come from!
#22
is this instore only? or online aswell?
#23
went first thing this morning , surprise surprise none in stock
#24
No stock of in Gloucester

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