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Morrisons British Beef Roasting Joint now half price @ £3.99 per kg.

£3.99 @ Morrisons
Christmas is just by the corner Morrisons currently have their juicy beef on offer at half price nationwide @ £3.99 per kg. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Online - https://groceries.morris… Read More
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Christmas is just by the corner Morrisons currently have their juicy beef on offer at half price nationwide @ £3.99 per kg.

Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

Online - https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/getSearchProducts.do?clearTabs=yes&isFreshSearch=true&entry=Morrisons+British+Beef+Roasting+Joint+
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#1
Available online - link added
#2
tbrossi46
Available online - link added


Thanks.
#3
Ant idea what cut of beef? Link not working for me
#4
link hear

out of stock


Edited By: video61 on Dec 04, 2014 09:50
#5
May be it's going to be store only,not too sure.Offers started this morning though .Give them time to update their stock online or alternatively ,call their Customers Services.
1 Like #6
3.97 in asda lol for silverside n topside
2 Likes #7
horb1967
3.97 in asda lol for silverside n topside


Their meat is always chewy and hard.(Personal opinion )
#8
bargain1girl
horb1967
3.97 in asda lol for silverside n topside


Their meat is always chewy and hard.(Personal opinion )


Same here.
1 Like #9
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horb1967
3.97 in asda lol for silverside n topside


Their meat is always chewy and hard.(Personal opinion )


I bought a joint 2 days ago and left it in the slow cooker for a full day on medium heat. Fell apart and tasted beautiful. £7 for a great whacking slab
#10
Banner has been outside my morrisons all week, but they've had no stock.
#11
Good price but like Asda this is EU vacuum packed stuff rather than UK stock
#12
futura
Good price but like Asda this is EU vacuum packed stuff rather than UK stock

Title and website clearly state British.
7 Likes #13
Derek_Duval
Banner has been outside my morrisons all week, but they've had no stock.


I just use Bisto.
#14
The ASDA beef is Irish, and somewhat tough roasted. Makes very good stew cooked in the slow cooker, so can't really complain, cheap enough. Thanks for this posting I will try the Morrison's offer.

Edited By: regcar on Dec 05, 2014 11:32: error
banned#15
Asda meat is crap compared to morrisons.

Hot.
1 Like #16
how well would this bitch slow cook?
#17
futura
Good price but like Asda this is EU vacuum packed stuff rather than UK stock

Wrong this is British and very good quality whenever i have had it.

Don't know about this offer but the Morrisons meat from the butchers counter is prepared by trained staff and you can choose seasoning etc.
'100% British meat prepared in store just the way you like it'
'Market Street butchers are Academy trained to offer you the best advice, service and skills. We’re mastercraft award winning.'
1 Like #18
I picked up 2 this morning from Leigh. Loads left [img]http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff135/wompa_stompa/10841223_10153000048098787_1610306506_n.jpg[/img]
#19
Just all depends on the way you cook the joint, you have to let the meat rest after cooking to keep the juices in and in terms of toughness the meat can't just come straight from the cold to the searing heat. I've bought plenty of cheaper cuts of beef and they all turned out to tender. Heat OP.
#20
Morrisons also have a brilliant online service, always long use by dates and better quality meat than Asda.

I use Asda and Morrisons and Asda tend to give you short dates so we always end up freezing fresh meat which kinda defeats the object.

Darren.
#21
Are you sure that's beef - it looks awfully red.

Edited By: zaax on Dec 04, 2014 14:16
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Nice... HOT on taste, cook-ability and juiciness :-)

Not as scrumptious as Costco meaty meats off the counter, but for non-costco card holders this is an amazing bit of cow for the price!
#23
zaax
Are you sure that's beef - it looks awfully red.
That's because it hasn't been cooked! :p
#24
Morrisons topside beef is superb, great price.
#25
I stand corrected
#26
I love Morissons for their butchers, and generally their fresh produce
#27
futura
I stand corrected


You are right .Just read your resume on Hotukdeals; as ex Chief Purchasing Officer @ Morrisons ,so we can't argue with your preposition.
banned#28
dontasciime
bargain1girl
horb1967
3.97 in asda lol for silverside n topside

Their meat is always chewy and hard.(Personal opinion )

Same here.

yours too?
#29
From today they have the Whole Salmon as well now for £3.99 p/kg. That's less than half price.
#30
sorry but support your local farms and butchers, different class of meat, yes more expensive but world's apart from supermarket rubbish
1 Like #31
My local butcher lives in a massive new build house and his shop prices are really expensive so I`ll just have to use Morrisons as usual to get fairly good meats at a reasonable price.
#32
hooray henry
My local butcher lives in a massive new build house and his shop prices are really expensive so I`ll just have to use Morrisons as usual to get fairly good meats at a reasonable price.

You crack me up.
#33
had the asda topside tonight after slow cooking it for 4hrs in various veg and stock .absolutely gorgeous...sweet and tender that I could,ave spread it on toast....... and it is Irish
#34
futura
Good price but like Asda this is EU vacuum packed stuff rather than UK stock
Polish where the cows are cheaper.
1 Like #35
Roasting meat needs to rest for half the amount of time it took to cook it or it will be chewy. If your meat takes 100 minutes to cook, then it will need 50 minutes resting time, so don't try to carve it too early. I normally cook brisket for around 7 hours on a low oven, but some cuts are best cooked from 20min a lb rare - 25 min a lb medium and 30 min a lb well done. Don't forget that it will still cook outside of the oven whilst resting. The thing is not to rush its cooking, giving plenty of time to allow the correct resting time. All beef regardless of cut will be tough if not rested properly.

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