Tesco Finest Beef Steak Burgers, 681g HALF PRICE Reduced from £4 Down to Only £2 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Tesco Finest Succulent 90% British Beef Steak Burgers ,681g
Reduced from £4 Down to Only £2 instore and online @ Tesco
Deals back on again,but be quick it expires on 30th !
also Tesco Finest 6 Irish Beef Quarter Pounders for £2
but from the freezer.
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#1
Only £2 for 8 Real Quality Burgers.


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Edited By: solonely on May 25, 2011 18:50
1 Like #2
These burgers are really great value & quality. Not full of fat - almost as good as homemade.
#3
these are really nice quality burgers , a steel at £2 there a decent buy at full price
thanks op going to have to make some room in the freezer!
#4
Just got a couple left from the last time they were £2.
I found them good quality, but a shade peppery for my taste.
Heat added
#5
Whats the other 10%>>>??
#6
They were ok these ones but they have a pack of 2 peppered ones which are a lot firmer and have such a kick that wasnt enjoyable
1 Like #7
packard
Whats the other 10%>>>??


If you've read that they are 90% beef, you should probably have understood that the other 10% is "Water ,Breadcrumbs (Wheat Flour; Yeast; Salt) ,Salt ,Spices ,Dried Onion , Preservative (Sodium Metabisulphite) ,Sugar."
6 Likes #8
Top tip, which sounds silly but I never thought about it when I last had these.


Squash them thin - they are quite thick and small out the packet, just squash them thin and they cook quickly and fill a burger roll nicely. About the thickness of Big Mac burgers, 2 of them, some bacon, cheese, a quality roll = win.
#9
our tesco have been selling finest 5oz burgers at the fresh meat counter for 50 pence each and they are really nice.

hopefully these are the same recipe and quality
#10
Had these last time they were on offer, quality burgers for sure, thanks OP :)
banned#11
pretty damn good burgers and little shrinkage when cooking
a couple do a treat as there only little
#12
Tasty burgers! Will definitely pick some of these up next time I'm in Tesco...
#13
Thanks OP.
#14
Thought it looked like a Samsung galaxy tab from the pic my bad lol
#15
packard
Whats the other 10%>>>??


What do you think FFS?

You actually think that meat products like sausages burgers etc are made exclusively of meat?
#16
excellent ..bought a pack for 85p not so long ago.
1 Like #17
moob
packard
Whats the other 10%>>>??


What do you think FFS?

You actually think that meat products like sausages burgers etc are made exclusively of meat?



Surely the rudest post of the day!
#18
Also got tesco frozen Irish beef quarter pounders 6 for £2 in the freezer which I'm looking forward to!

Edited By: jacksonliam on May 25, 2011 21:13
#19
These are awesome! I have bought them on a couple of occasions and have mixed two patte into a 3rd pounder! Always with excellent comments from guests.
#20
Hang on. These are not what they appear.

You might think these are the same burgers you used to get 4 for £2.50 (the old Finest burgers), far from it.

These are significantly smaller, contain more water and 10% breadcrumbs. They're not as meaty, and the meat is ground up finer. They taste different too.

It's a typical Tesco swizz to get you into the habit of accepting this style of lower quality product - the first time it's cheap, then the next time it's full whack minus a little bit. Until you can't remember what the quality one used to be like.

Expect this across the board in most supermarkets as the financial crisis deepens. Notice the "sell by date on food" issue in the news?

Burgers, a sign of things to come.

On the other hand. For £2, they taste alright. I recommend putting two, one on top of another in a pan and flattening them out into the bottom of the pan into an enormous round with the base of your hand, this way they cook quicker and more fat comes out.
#21
Well I think these are great for 25p each - they can be rolled down into a more traditional burger shape but I actually prefer them as they are.

I like to serve them with a mixed leaf salad, lots of red onion (both cooked and raw) and a nice dressing together with some small boiled potatoes. It makes a really lovely meal and is actually quite healthy having drained the fat off the burgers.

Empty plates all round and a main meal for 4 for about a fiver, (Try them with a bag of finest Exquisa potatoes half price at £1 and the fesh and naked salad bags and boxes (currently 2 for £1 on bogof). You cannot go wrong!




Edited By: bemad on May 25, 2011 22:33: -
#22
MMMMMMMMMMM yes please! Had these at our barbie a few weeks ago and they are gorgeous. Will be stocking up on some more in time for this heatwave what 'supposed' to be on its way ha ha! x
#23
I looked at your avatar parisp at bit quick and thought wtf is going on there
#24
lovely burgers - 90% beef - my barby defo recommends them :-)
banned#25
it is 50% off, great!
#26
I love burgers. But cann't eat too much.
#27
Have you seen all the lumps of fat in them!! Uuuurrrgghhhh!!! Not for me. Rather make my own with lean mince. But if you are not fussy...go for it!:p
#28
aliandk
Have you seen all the lumps of fat in them!! Uuuurrrgghhhh!!! Not for me. Rather make my own with lean mince. But if you are not fussy...go for it!:p


The pic does look like they have big lumps of fat in them, but in reality they don't - honest ! But things like this do need a bit of fat for taste. Just not too much !

I remember the days when a Birds Eye beefburger was a treat and I am certain we thought we were doing well getting 4 for 99p in the 1980s. They were flat and frozen but we can now get these fresh mince steak burgers for the same price decades later.
#29
Must try these when I pop in next time.
#30
Go to your local butcher and buy you steak burgers, theyll be a lot purer than this sh1t
1 Like #31
devices
Top tip, which sounds silly but I never thought about it when I last had these.


Squash them thin - they are quite thick and small out the packet, just squash them thin and they cook quickly and fill a burger roll nicely. About the thickness of Big Mac burgers, 2 of them, some bacon, cheese, a quality roll = win.

What a good idea,i've never thought to do that and i hate it when you get a small burger and the bun is massive lol
#32
These are great burgers.
#33
If these are the same ones , on offer before,they were very nice!?
#34
got some of these rat burgers! big Kev's gonna smash a few sunday
#35
Got some of these burgers! Big Al Yankovic is gonna smash a few too!
2 Likes #36
Burgers are supposed to have some fat in them, a burger with zero fat would be like a 2 year old **** baking in the Sahara sun.

aliandk
Have you seen all the lumps of fat in them!! Uuuurrrgghhhh!!! Not for me. Rather make my own with lean mince. But if you are not fussy...go for it!:p
#37
ShaneC
Had these last time they were on offer, quality burgers for sure, thanks OP :)

+1.
Hot!
#38
Why would anyone buy pre-made burgers is beyond me. Just get some good mince and make them yourself. Unless you have 20 guests then maybe it becomes a pain and is worth paying more for lower quality.
#39
yant
Why would anyone buy pre-made burgers is beyond me. Just get some good mince and make them yourself. Unless you have 20 guests then maybe it becomes a pain and is worth paying more for lower quality.


If you can buy 1.5lb of decent mince for £2, please let me know where.
#40
Thnx - these will do for an upcoming family BBQ I have planner :D

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