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British Beef Roasting Joint £5 per kg @ Morrisons InStore
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British Beef Roasting Joint £5 per kg @ Morrisons InStore

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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Decent price here for the beef joint from morrisons - instore but national offer. Not much more to say I suppose.

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1982john23/11/2019 17:31

What cut?


It was topside/toprump/silverside in mine yesterday.
Managed to get a bit with a good fat cap, it'll need some slow cooking, that's for sure.
Now if only i could cook it to look like the pictures
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Good price , will buy some this week cheers
What cut?
£4.95 a kilo in Asda, are they the same cut? Is this better quality?
1982john23/11/2019 17:31

What cut?


It was topside/toprump/silverside in mine yesterday.
Managed to get a bit with a good fat cap, it'll need some slow cooking, that's for sure.
looks lovely
Grim
I got some last week - it was really nice
Now if only i could cook it to look like the pictures
Is this the vacuum-packed stuff. The cuts have been variable which you can't see 'til you open the pack.
IFRIT23/11/2019 21:50

A soyboy?


No just a Morrisons vacuum packed beef joint, grim
michaeljb23/11/2019 19:50

Now if only i could cook it to look like the pictures


Cook it for half the time they recommend
If only I could get a piece that looks like the advert. I am sure we only get the'left overs' in our store. Tried going early, middle of the day and late afternoons to see if it varies but always the same.
Try cooking it in a roasting bag ,that way it holds in the moisture.
Vacuum Packed = Pot luck as you cannot really see the meat due to the packaging, I had good and bad from this type of meat, but it's never looked like your pictures
Stephen_petrou23/11/2019 22:34

No just a Morrisons vacuum packed beef joint, grim


Got one a few weeks ago... it was spot on. It may well be a bit of a lottery on the cut. The wrapping conceals the joint, so it's pot luck.
Thank goodness nobody has managed to cook it just like it looks in the picture. That thing ain’t dead yet! LOL
That's exactly how I cook mine, only way to eat beef bluemoo
jimmiedodger24/11/2019 11:02

Try cooking it in a roasting bag ,that way it holds in the moisture.


With added can of coke or Pepsi.. melts in the mouth and No you can't taste the coke ..
Great price for making your own jerky 🏻
Good deal.
HEAT OP.
Thx hear added
Bought some yesterday...butcher said it was topside.
My mum just got this her plan was to FRIDGE it for 3 WEEKS insane it's going straight to the bin on its use by date my brother in-laws a head chef has he gone insane iv told him I'm binning it on the use buy date
Edited by: "darrenallsopp" 28th Nov 2019
darrenallsopp28/11/2019 17:56

My mum just got this her plan was to FRIDGE it for 3 WEEKS insane it's …My mum just got this her plan was to FRIDGE it for 3 WEEKS insane it's going straight to the bin on its use by date my brother in-laws a head chef has he gone insane iv told him I'm binning it on the use buy date


Or, you could just put it in the oven the day before...
Get your oven as high as it will go. Calculate weight of beef in pounds (lbs) and multiply by 6 minutes per pound.
So if a 2.5 lb joint (2.5 x 6 = 15) put the beef in and start a timer for 15 minutes. When time is up turn off the oven and leave joint in with door closed. After 1.5 hours the joint will be cooked all the way through with no shrinkage.
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