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Morrisons hand made butcher counter steak burgers - 8 for £2.97

£2.97 @ Morrisons
Not showing online, but Morrisons have an offer on their butcher counter hand made steak burgers. Usually 8 for £6, but on offer at only 8 for £2.97. Slightly, well just under half price. Worth a … Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Not showing online, but Morrisons have an offer on their butcher counter hand made steak burgers.
Usually 8 for £6, but on offer at only 8 for £2.97. Slightly, well just under half price.

Worth a look in your local stores.
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ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.


They are an abomination to the memory of burgers. Tried them once, never again

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1 Like #1
Saw these in the Cheadle store,delicious on a bbq,my fav.
#2
Always run out of stock unless you're there at 8 in the morning.
suspended#3
I'll get some tomorrow @ 08.20 :)
#4
They open at 7am now... been and gone with the lot by 7.30am... HAPPY DAYS ;)
1 Like #5
good find op, heat added
#6
Break them into small pieces and roll them in your hands and voila you have lovely little meatballs.
#7
if i could vote hot twice i would
#8
They open at 6am now.
#9
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.
1 Like #10
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.

Are you serious??

Warmth added. Can these be microwaved?

I'll get my coat..
#11
firstofficer
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.

Are you serious??

Warmth added. Can these be microwaved?

I'll get my coat..


5 Likes #12
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.


They are an abomination to the memory of burgers. Tried them once, never again
#13
goin in tomora
#14
How much they weigh each
#15
firstofficer
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.
Are you serious??
Warmth added. Can these be microwaved?
I'll get my coat..
All food may be microwaved, even if it says it can't on the packet.
1 Like #16
othen
firstofficer
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.
Are you serious??
Warmth added. Can these be microwaved?
I'll get my coat..
All food may be microwaved, even if it says it can't on the packet.
Quality culinary advice there
1 Like #17
What's the point of buying these, they add cereal and stuff to "bind".

It's cheaper to just buy mince and shape into a burger. Will taste a million times better too.
#18
robin5858
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.


They are an abomination to the memory of burgers. Tried them once, never again


they are incredibly tasty now.
I dont par-take in the killing of mammals.
#19
Simplyalif
How much they weigh each

The pack size is showing as 912g, for 8 burgers.
so, approx 114g each which can be classed as quarterpounders.
2 Likes #20
backinstock
Simplyalif
How much they weigh each
The pack size is showing as 912g, for 8 burgers.
so, approx 114g each which can be classed as quarterpounders.

Mine were 956g but the self scan had them as overweight item that should have been 840g.

I wandered back up and checked the packs and they ranged from 900g to 960g.
2 Likes #21
Got these this morning and stuck a pair in the foreman to try them...pretty good. I think the cheap price made them taste even nicer. :P
1 Like #22
MeneerSmith
Got these this morning and stuck a pair in the foreman to try them...pretty good. I think the cheap price made them taste even nicer. :P

Breakfast of champions!
1 Like #23
ozzmosiz
robin5858
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.
They are an abomination to the memory of burgers. Tried them once, never again
they are incredibly tasty now.
I dont par-take in the killing of mammals.
You just partake in making up new words then.
#24
andrewmp
What's the point of buying these, they add cereal and stuff to "bind".
It's cheaper to just buy mince and shape into a burger. Will taste a million times better too.

I would love to know where you can get 1KG of Steak Mince for £3.
#25
cicobuff
andrewmp
What's the point of buying these, they add cereal and stuff to "bind".
It's cheaper to just buy mince and shape into a burger. Will taste a million times better too.
I would love to know where you can get 1KG of Steak Mince for £3.

You don't. Chuck steak is usually about £7 a kilo but you'd know what you were getting if you bought them and grinded your own mince making them a billion times better than shop bought...
#26
cicobuff
andrewmp
What's the point of buying these, they add cereal and stuff to "bind".
It's cheaper to just buy mince and shape into a burger. Will taste a million times better too.
I would love to know where you can get 1KG of Steak Mince for £3.

You wouldn't need 1kg of "steak mince". You'd need about 700g of the cheapest "mince" you could find if you wanted to replicate these burgers. I wouldn't have them for nowt though. You can easily get 700g of mince for £3.
#27
andrewmp
cicobuff
andrewmp
What's the point of buying these, they add cereal and stuff to "bind".
It's cheaper to just buy mince and shape into a burger. Will taste a million times better too.
I would love to know where you can get 1KG of Steak Mince for £3.
You wouldn't need 1kg of "steak mince". You'd need about 700g of the cheapest "mince" you could find if you wanted to replicate these burgers. I wouldn't have them for nowt though. You can easily get 700g of mince for £3.

They could not label these as "steak burgers" if they did not contain "steak mince". The cheapest "mince" you can find is high fat content "beef mince"
2 Likes #28
mk8
cicobuff
andrewmp
What's the point of buying these, they add cereal and stuff to "bind".
It's cheaper to just buy mince and shape into a burger. Will taste a million times better too.
I would love to know where you can get 1KG of Steak Mince for £3.
You don't. Chuck steak is usually about £7 a kilo but you'd know what you were getting if you bought them and grinded your own mince making them a billion times better than shop bought...

I am not debating that they would not taste better, I am debating that it would be impossible to buy steak mince, even if they added cereal for £3 in that quantity for the price they are on offer for here. Anybody that says they can make their own for less than this is wrong, plain and simple.
#29
cicobuff

They could not label these as "steak burgers" if they did not contain "steak mince". The cheapest "mince" you can find is high fat content "beef mince"

You want meat with a fairly high fat content in burgers anyway. What you don't want is lower fat "steak mince" and a load of cereal and binders. I thought this country had started to turn the corner when it comes to burgers, cereal has no place in a burger pattie.
#30
cicobuff
Anybody that says they can make their own for less than this is wrong, plain and simple.

I could certainly make a better tasting burger for a similar price. I'll vote hot for those without tastebuds.
#31
cicobuff
mk8
cicobuff
andrewmp
What's the point of buying these, they add cereal and stuff to "bind".
It's cheaper to just buy mince and shape into a burger. Will taste a million times better too.
I would love to know where you can get 1KG of Steak Mince for £3.
You don't. Chuck steak is usually about £7 a kilo but you'd know what you were getting if you bought them and grinded your own mince making them a billion times better than shop bought...
I am not debating that they would not taste better, I am debating that it would be impossible to buy steak mince, even if they added cereal for £3 in that quantity for the price they are on offer for here. Anybody that says they can make their own for less than this is wrong, plain and simple.

That is why I agreed with you...
#32
andrewmp
cicobuff
Anybody that says they can make their own for less than this is wrong, plain and simple.
I could certainly make a better tasting burger for a similar price.

No you couldn't.
#33
UncleWilly
andrewmp
cicobuff
Anybody that says they can make their own for less than this is wrong, plain and simple.
I could certainly make a better tasting burger for a similar price.
No you couldn't.



So you are an expert on other peoples qualifications without meeting them then, interesting.
1 Like #34
andrewmp
...cereal has no place in a burger pattie.

I dont care about the argument but now I am wondering what a cornflake burger mix would taste like.
#35
soldierboy001
UncleWilly
andrewmp
cicobuff
Anybody that says they can make their own for less than this is wrong, plain and simple.
I could certainly make a better tasting burger for a similar price.
No you couldn't.
So you are an expert on other peoples qualifications without meeting them then, interesting.

It doesn't matter what qualifications you have, the only way you could make a better tasting burger for a similar price would be if you cut off one of your legs and turned it into mince, flattened it into a pattie and then fried it.
#36
weight?
#37
Mystery meat burger. Nom nom.
1 Like #38
andrewmp
cicobuff

They could not label these as "steak burgers" if they did not contain "steak mince". The cheapest "mince" you can find is high fat content "beef mince"
You want meat with a fairly high fat content in burgers anyway. What you don't want is lower fat "steak mince" and a load of cereal and binders. I thought this country had started to turn the corner when it comes to burgers, cereal has no place in a burger pattie.

It was only yourself that was stating that they contain cereal, have you proof that the butcher counter steak burgers contain cereal? Neither am I debating the fact that you would not want fat in them or even stated that you would be using extra lean steak mince.

Bearing in mind these are half price currently, and bearing in mind it has to be steak mince for it to be labeled as steak burgers does not alter the fact I originally questioned you on the ability to obtain steak mince for £3 a KG regardless of its quality.

The only way you would be able to is if you dropped lucky in the clearance corner of your local supermarket after a heavy markdown due to shelf life date.

But Mr Hillary Briss you are very welcome to your "special stuff" beef mince burgers sold in your own butchers shop.

http://i4.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article6863778.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/Hilary-Briss.jpg
#39
Master G
ozzmosiz
robin5858
ozzmosiz
prefer Quorn quarter pounders.
They are an abomination to the memory of burgers. Tried them once, never again
they are incredibly tasty now.
I dont par-take in the killing of mammals.
You just partake in making up new words then.


thats right.
#40
UncleWilly

It doesn't matter what qualifications you have, the only way you could make a better tasting burger for a similar price would be if you cut off one of your legs and turned it into mince, flattened it into a pattie and then fried it.

Or just buy 1kg of 18-20% fat mince for about £3 and taste the difference. Enjoy your cereal, lovely.

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