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£5 for 16oz Rump or 12oz Sirloin steaks - Iceland
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£5 for 16oz Rump or 12oz Sirloin steaks - Iceland

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Posted 10th Jun

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Iceland are currently selling 16oz Rump steaks and 12oz Sirloin steaks for £5!

Also, if you're interested... They're also selling 227g (8oz) Luxury Aberdeen Angus Rump Steaks and 170g (6oz) Luxury Aberdeen Angus Sirloin Steaks for £3.65 each or 2 for £6 and a 2 pack of Luxury 21 Day Matured British Fillet Steaks for £6.

Edit: These steaks are fresh, NOT frozen.


Important: This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item. Please shop responsibly and continue to help slow the spread of Covid-19.
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midd_201310/06/2020 19:07

Frozen steak, mmmm...


I read a peer reviewed journal article a while ago, I think it was from the University of Sheffield, that reported on a study of the effects of freezing and thawing on meat quality, and basically they found steak texture was mildly improved by freezing due to the weakening of fibres in the meat. A bit like tenderising it to a small degree. I'll have to try and find it, was an interesting read.

Anyway, frozen doesn't always mean bad.


Edit: lots of paid-for journal articles on this, but here's a pop write-up of a Kansas university study on the topic... sciencedaily.com/rel…htm
Edited by: "duncancosgrove" 10th Jun
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Frozen steak, mmmm...
old spoons stock I bet
midd_201310/06/2020 19:07

Frozen steak, mmmm...


Iceland sell fresh food as well as frozen nowadays. Unfortunately the OP doesn’t say but if you click on the link and read the product details you will see that they are fresh steaks.:{
midd_201310/06/2020 19:07

Frozen steak, mmmm...


41048006-UYVhZ.jpg41048006-CXBo0.jpgThey're fresh! I've already bought 1 of each.
Sirloin
It'll be canny, well as canny as rump is. I quite like it, just need a decent steak knife.
fedex140110/06/2020 19:12

Iceland sell fresh food as well as frozen nowadays. Unfortunately the OP …Iceland sell fresh food as well as frozen nowadays. Unfortunately the OP doesn’t say but if you click on the link and read the product details you will see that they are fresh steaks.:{


Just updated the OP under details saying they're fresh. Thanks for this.
This is the normal price then ?
Edited by: "waterloo" 10th Jun
fedex140110/06/2020 19:19

And if it is?


Well matured by now!

They had to make 'em tough 'cos the grumpy old geezers they got in there needed something to moan about. Won't be any of that 'foreign rubbish' either!
midd_201310/06/2020 19:07

Frozen steak, mmmm...


I read a peer reviewed journal article a while ago, I think it was from the University of Sheffield, that reported on a study of the effects of freezing and thawing on meat quality, and basically they found steak texture was mildly improved by freezing due to the weakening of fibres in the meat. A bit like tenderising it to a small degree. I'll have to try and find it, was an interesting read.

Anyway, frozen doesn't always mean bad.


Edit: lots of paid-for journal articles on this, but here's a pop write-up of a Kansas university study on the topic... sciencedaily.com/rel…htm
Edited by: "duncancosgrove" 10th Jun
duncancosgrove10/06/2020 20:00

I read a peer reviewed journal article a while ago, I think it was from …I read a peer reviewed journal article a while ago, I think it was from the University of Sheffield, that reported on a study of the effects of freezing and thawing on meat quality, and basically they found steak texture was mildly improved by freezing due to the weakening of fibres in the meat. A bit like tenderising it to a small degree. I'll have to try and find it, was an interesting read.Anyway, frozen doesn't always mean bad.Edit: lots of paid-for journal articles on this, but here's a pop write-up of a Kansas university study on the topic... https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/02/160215143324.htm


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CardboardCutout10/06/2020 20:13

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That looks right up my street
I've eaten loads of frozen steaks and they taste really good
Probably rank! 🤢
We freeze most of our steaks and then sous vide them when it's time to eat them. Always come out super, and I know that some of that will be doing it sous-vide, but they're often better than fresh done the same way.
Are Iceland steaks any good?
Thanks for posting @Joe_Tippett and welcome to hotukdeals
mimmo828_.13/06/2020 18:26

Are Iceland steaks any good?


I've had both now, and they do taste really good. Just depends on you cooking it to to how you like it mainly though.
Normally get steaks from my local butcher shop, much tastier than supermarket steaks. But Iceland is near and so I picked up a pack of the fillet steaks for £6, much cheaper than butchers shop. Wasn't expecting much but they were really tasty, very tender and juicy. I'm defo going to pick up a few more packs.
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