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Tesco Counter Rib Roast £9.50 Kg

£9.50 @ Tesco
This is delicious slow cooked. Read More
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This is delicious slow cooked.
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14 Likes #1
Good price but for the love of everything sacred don't slow cook this beautiful cut of meat :-)
how-roast-and-carve-rib-beef
1 Like #2
Madzon
Good price but for the love of everything sacred don't slow cook this beautiful cut of meat :-) how-roast-and-carve-rib-beef

I was thinking the same thing. Slow cooking really benefits cheap meat cuts, not a quality cut like that. It would be sacreligious ! lol
1 Like #3
Lets the flavour from the bone penetrate the meat
#4
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
1 Like #5
Going to fill my boots on this deal me thinks
#6
this price till 02/01/17
1 Like #7
Madzon
Good price but for the love of everything sacred don't slow cook this beautiful cut of meat :-) how-roast-and-carve-rib-beef

My mouth is watering just looking at that recipe. I'm off to Tescos :D
1 Like #8
avoint
Lets the flavour from the bone penetrate the meat
And also ruins a beautiful bit of beef. Seal it and max an hour in the oven and then when you have eaten it, make beautiful stock with the bones.
Absolute waste to slow cook it.

Edited By: square72 on Dec 14, 2016 14:55
#9
Shame its not that price online :-(
#10
is it 9.50 a kg?
5 Likes #11
avoint
Lets the flavour from the bone penetrate the meat

http://news.bbc.co.uk/media/images/38079000/jpg/_38079040_carryon_ken150.jpg
2 Likes #12
do they do a spit roast over the counter too? my wife said its something she's always fancied. Thanks.
1 Like #13
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven

you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then

put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside
1 Like #14
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then
put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside
Are you sure about 50-60c ? I wash my hands in warmer water than that ;-)
#15
Madzon
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then
put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside
Are you sure about 50-60c ? I wash my hands in warmer water than that ;-)

absolutely! :)

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2011/dec/14/slow-roasted-rib-of-beef-with-bone-marrow-sauce-recipe
#16
Madzon
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then
put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside
Are you sure about 50-60c ? I wash my hands in warmer water than that ;-)


It's kinda like sous vide without the sous

Edited By: jamhops on Dec 14, 2016 16:03: Predictive
#17
What is the normal price?
4 Likes #18
I envy some of you, my wife would have this in for 3 days at 300°
#19
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then
put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside

My oven starts at 80 like most in the UK I believe.
1 Like #20
couldnt agree more with mazon (top of list), to slow cook this is sacrelige. If you follow his link it is the perfect cooking method. Will be medium in middle and more well done at ends for those who like it that way. We have one of these instead of turkey for christmas dinner, goes down a treat and is the original meat traditionally used at Christmas. Turkey is a modern replacement.
1 Like #21
#22
we get ours from a farm shop every Christmas,he hangs it for 3 weeks.
This year the price is £16 a kg
#23
I posted this last week and was slated for posting it as it had already been posted then it got deleted yes this is a great deal and I can confirm the one I had was great, regardless of wether it's been posted before some people may have not seen it the first time but some idiot decided to delete it
#24
Sizzlestick
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then
put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside
My oven starts at 80 like most in the UK I believe.

photo please

I think you're wrong :)

you're just guessing from memory
4 Likes #25
pongobilly
I posted this last week and was slated for posting it as it had already been posted then it got deleted yes this is a great deal and I can confirm the one I had was great, regardless of wether it's been posted before some people may have not seen it the first time but some idiot decided to delete it

Come here Pongo, have a hug xx
1 Like #26
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven

you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then

put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside


you are correct, but I don't think this is the "slow roast" method most people would think of. this is the way Heston recommends
1 Like #28
square72
Shame its not that price online :-(


it is!! on tesco groceries search for bone in rib and there it is!
#29
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then
put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside
My oven starts at 80 like most in the UK I believe.
photo please
I think you're wrong :)
you're just guessing from memory

Maybe not, mine is a dual oven with the normal one starting at 100 and the fan oven starting at 70.
#30
pongobilly
I posted this last week and was slated for posting it as it had already been posted then it got deleted yes this is a great deal and I can confirm the one I had was great, regardless of wether it's been posted before some people may have not seen it the first time but some idiot decided to delete it
Bah humbug !
#31
sending the wife to Tesco tomorrow for some. thanks op
#32
I've posted this deal a couple of times in the past.

Make sure you ask for the vacuum packs from the chiller and check the date on it.
If you don't need the whole thing, it's pretty easy to carve off some fat rib eye steaks to freeze 8)
#33
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
luvsadealdealdeal
Sizzlestick
After sealing, only need hour tops in oven
you & most of the other posters are missing one of the most delicious ways to cook a decent joint of beef or lamb then
put seasoned meat in oven - no need to pre-heat - blast it with 220C for about 15 mins - allows oven to come up to temperature quickly - then reduce to 50C-60C for 4 or 5 hours - remove to settle for 20-30 mins (covered to keep warm) - then serve - it will be beautifully pink & juicy on the inside but with a decent thin crust on the outside
My oven starts at 80 like most in the UK I believe.
photo please
I think you're wrong :)
you're just guessing from memory
lol.. some cookers start at 135.. mine 80
http://i.imgur.com/wajwaXQ.jpg?1

:p

Edited By: Sizzlestick on Dec 14, 2016 22:55
#34
It won't come French trimmed like in the photo bit that's what I plan to do. With the off cuts I will be making a curry, beef stifado or good old stew and dumplings, making me hungry thinking about it!
#35
Madchester
It won't come French trimmed like in the photo bit that's what I plan to do. With the off cuts I will be making a curry, beef stifado or good old stew and dumplings, making me hungry thinking about it!


it does come trimmed, I had one last week

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