Sainsbury's Beef Rump Steak Large (approx. 450g) Half price was £11.48/kg now £5.74/kg - HotUKDeals
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Sainsbury's Beef Rump Steak Large (approx. 450g) Half price was £11.48/kg now £5.74/kg

£5.74 @ Sainsbury's
Got some today, didn't think of posting it until now!
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Got some today, didn't think of posting it until now!
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#1
Sirloin is half price too.
#2
As are the whole gressingham ducks.

:edit:

Oh, nvm - wrong Superstore =)
The gressingham duck is @ Tesco.
banned#3
I had some of this last night and even though I fried it qucikly and let it rest for 10mins, it was as tough as rsoles......
#4
We had some for tea at the weekend and it was delicious.
#5
copthis1
I had some of this last night and even though I fried it qucikly and let it rest for 10mins, it was as tough as rsoles......


Mine was spot on. Having been a butcher you can spot a tough bit of meat from 100 paces lol.
#6
Are Asda still doing rump at £4? The sirlion at half price may be the better deal.

Still cheaper steak from Sainsbury is always welcome. Lets hope some poor farmer hasnt been told to reduce his price 10% so we can get this offer. :whistling:

Enjoy your steak everyone!! *runs*
#7
I portion my steaks by trimming them around the fat or grissly bits as much as possible so any 'tough' bits are removed. I bought the rump and it was very tender and very tasty.

I fried off some mushrooms into the steak pan and deglazed with a considerable glug of port or brandy, added double cream or yoghurt (don't boil) and you have a great dish.....with chips of course..!

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