30 British Beef Market St Burgers 3 x 10 pack £10 @ Morrisons (NATIONAL DEAL)
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30 British Beef Market St Burgers 3 x 10 pack £10 @ Morrisons (NATIONAL DEAL)

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Found 14th Jun
These are £4 per pack or 3 for £10 on a promo.

Did a barbeque qith these the other day and everyone loved them.

Asda also doing 3 x 10 pack for £10. Unsure on quality.

Just in time for the world cup. Get your barbeques fired up!
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What this got to do with the World Cup???? Their just burgers!
I've been unfortunate enough to have eaten these.
They taste like Bruce's Bonus.
Spend your money on decent mince and make your own.
Must agree, these aren't the nicest burgers I like Morrisons stuff usually but wouldn't buy these again, the steak burgers are very nice, or just the normal ones from the butchers counter for 50p each are much nicer than these.
Burger Me!
They are entirely tasteless. Don’t bother!
89% Beef. With added pea flour, rapeseed oil etc. Niiiiice! It's much easier, better and cheaper to make your own. Best to use Beef with 20% fat as it makes the tastiest ones. Just add a little finely chopped onion and salt & pepper. If you want them perfectly round, you can buy these little burger press gadgets from eBay for a couple of quid. Beef Mince in Tesco is £1.49 for 500g - makes 5 Quarterpounders. Which would be £8.94 for 30. You're welcome.
The_HUKD_Cookie_Monster16th Jun

89% Beef. With added pea flour, rapeseed oil etc. Niiiiice! It's much …89% Beef. With added pea flour, rapeseed oil etc. Niiiiice! It's much easier, better and cheaper to make your own. Best to use Beef with 20% fat as it makes the tastiest ones. Just add a little finely chopped onion and salt & pepper. If you want them perfectly round, you can buy these little burger press gadgets from eBay for a couple of quid. Beef Mince in Tesco is £1.49 for 500g - makes 5 Quarterpounders. Which would be £8.94 for 30. You're welcome.


No thanks, buy decent quality mince from a farm shop
Surely 20% supermarket beef mince must taste rough? I thought the idea was quality beef mixed with beef fat to produce a good quality burger? Not cheap supermarket mince.
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