Ribeye Steak only £7 per 603g pack (£11.61 per kg) at Asda - The BEST steak I have ever had...and I've had a few I can tell you. - HotUKDeals
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What more can one say.

Don't be soft, get some red meat down you.

Rare/Medium Rare for me.
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#2
Meat is murder. Well it is for me sometimes, what with the heartburn.

Ah, go on. Heat.
#3
Offensive post. Pictures of meat make me feel poorly. Mods please ban this fool.
#4
Nozzawolf
Offensive post. Pictures of meat make me feel poorly. Mods please ban this fool.


Good ain't it! If you don' like it, don't look at it.:thumbsup:

When choosing the right piece, make sure it's got a decent marbled effect and isn't too 'shiny'.
#5
Foxy102
Good ain't it! If you don' like it, don't look at it.:thumbsup:

When choosing the right piece, make sure it's got a decent marbled effect and isn't too 'shiny'.


Nor too bright red!
#6
mrew42
Nor too bright red!



Your dead right there. If it's a bit brown it means it's aged a bit so should be pretty darn good.
#7
The BEST!!!!!
You must be joking. Try a dry cured steak, then you'll know what a great steak is!
#8
mmmmmmmmmmmmeat!
#9
darul
The BEST!!!!!
You must be joking. Try a dry cured steak, then you'll know what a great steak is!


I did say the best I have had, I haven't tried dry cured, but now I think I may.

Man I love steak
#10
#11
Outrunner
Not a bargain in price but they taste fantastic http://www.donaldrussell.com/p/ShopByCategory_Beef_Beef%20Steaks/D434.htm


Wowzer, £32.80 per kg. They look good, but are they from Uruguay? LOL
#12
The very best Aberdeen Angus.
banned#13
how are these better than fillet? i thought that was the best?
#14
They sell fillet if you want that cut.
#15
lewt
how are these better than fillet? i thought that was the best?


I find this to be more flavoursome. It's very much personal preference.
#16
lewt
how are these better than fillet? i thought that was the best?


Fillet is a very tender area, with virtulaly no fat to speak of, superb for that 'melt in the mouth' texture, perfect for fast cooking as its so tender, or 'wrapped' cooking, as in boef wellington. Ribeye has a lot more fat running through it, hence the marbled effect, it is a lot bolder and stronger in taste, but because the meat is broken by the fatty areas it is also very tender. Sirloin has a tendancy to have large tough areas, Rump is the poor mans ribeye.
Ribeye rules.
#17
I find most meat from supermarkets poor, but these asda vacume packed "the best" are quite passable. I still rather go to a decent butcher though.
#18
Personally,I prefer a leg of corned beef !!!!
#19
or a spam shank
#20
I give you the best steaks money can buy...

http://www.browncoworganics.co.uk/browncow/organic_beef.html

A mate is down near there at the moment and is bringing me a couple of ribeye steaks this weekend, can't wait!
banned#21
Robot81
I find most meat from supermarkets poor, but these asda vacume packed "the best" are quite passable. I still rather go to a decent butcher though.


Never had a decent steak from ASDA, havent tried for a few years though
#22
Morrisons meat and veg is consistently better than tesco and asda. Just try a rump or sirloin steak from morrisons it fries without a lot of of water seapng out and and you find you can actually taste it.
#23
redheap
Morrisons meat and veg is consistently better than tesco and asda. Just try a rump or sirloin steak from morrisons it fries without a lot of of water seapng out and and you find you can actually taste it.


I agree with this entirely. I often find Asda and tesco meats particularly poor.
#24
Mascherano
Never had a decent steak from ASDA, havent tried for a few years though


Jolly good, thanks for the valuable input.

Hot deal - I prefer this rib eye to the £20.00+ per kg rib eye found elsewhere.
#25
The last rump steak I had from Asda was Irish and was delicious, top quality and very good value. I like fillet but it does tend to lack flavour compared to steak with more fat in the meat.

Remember for fresh food you rely on the purchaser which can vary all over the country - I don't buy the generalisations like "Morissons is better than Sainsburys" for fresh food. In THIS town, one might be better than another. My local Asda is good for fruit & veg & fish.
#26
Well I can only go on what I ate last night and it was pretty special, so I have no problem recommending Asda steak. :thumbsup:

Gonna get some more today lol
#27
Great deal, heat and rep'.

I'd choose Ribeye over fillet or sirloin any day, it's my personal choice.

Thank You Foxy.
#28
Foxy102
Good ain't it! If you don' like it, don't look at it.:thumbsup:

When choosing the right piece, make sure it's got a decent marbled effect and isn't too 'shiny'.


Might have been better to show a photo of the human brain post BSE which is a result of supermarket pressure for cheaper and cheaper meat.
#29
japanese steak for the win nothing can beat it
#30
Nozzawolf
Offensive post. Pictures of meat make me feel poorly. Mods please ban this fool.


Mmmmm delicious juicy steak, nice and rare, and still oozing, can't beat it:-D
Aww if diddums is feeling ill looking at pictures of meat, I suggest you DON'T. Simples:roll:
#31
Flombard
Might have been better to show a photo of the human brain post BSE which is a result of supermarket pressure for cheaper and cheaper meat.


Or the greed of producers :p
#32
Anyone got any good tips on how to cook a nice medium one
#33
Mr Hunter
Anyone got any good tips on how to cook a nice medium one


I like to simply fry them with onions and mushrooms.;-)
1 Like #34
Not a fan of asda meat but will give this a try. Much prefer ribeye and sirloin to fillet,so much more flavour:-D Heat added:thumbsup:
#35
OriginalSHare
I agree with this entirely. I often find Asda and tesco meats particularly poor.


+1.

My nearest tesco is 2 miles. My nearist butcher is 11 miles. When I have to buy red meat, its the butcher every time. There is no comparison.
#36
Flombard
Might have been better to show a photo of the human brain post BSE which is a result of supermarket pressure for cheaper and cheaper meat.


I bet all these bleeding heart liberals who are so sanctimonious about the food we eat, drive around in cars all day polluting the air I have to breathe, but of course that's okay isn't it because it suits them.
#37
anyone had a kobe steak they are supposed to be the best steak in the world?

the cow is played music, fed beer and massaged - no joke!
#38
mattmerch
japanese steak for the win nothing can beat it


I disagree. Properly aged Scotch beef rules.
All personal preference though, of course.
#39
angus58
I bet all these bleeding heart liberals who are so sanctimonious about the food we eat, drive around in cars all day polluting the air I have to breathe, but of course that's okay isn't it because it suits them.


Spurious. Totally on a tangent. Reactionary and ill thought response exactly what I expected having seen your previous thicko post. Didn't know that Hitler was a bleeding heart liberal.
#40
Has anyone actually had quality meat from asda? Out of the "big four" they sell by far, the worst quality fresh meat:x so cold from me I'm afraid

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