Fresh pork medallion thick burgers - extra special - Asda
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Fresh pork medallion thick burgers - extra special - Asda

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Found 16th Oct 2016Made hot 16th Oct 2016
These are amazing.. Had them at a mates recently..

4 for only £2.25, that's less than 60p a corner

100% Fresh pork medallions from the extra-special range. Fully filleted.

Hand trimmed in the UK. Prime extra-juicy cuts..

These are extra lean, with less than 3 % fat. Delicious with melt cheese on top and in a burger..

Ideal for BBQs, shallow frying or steaming. Quick to cook - can microwave in 5 min!

Can potentially be used in kids lunch boxes as a special treat.

Enjoy, while stocks last. Online and in store.

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cold, your burger will never look as good as that picture

that's not a reason to vote cold! Taste is what matters........ Hot and tasty lol!

Get. Your. Coat.

"less than 60p a corner"!!! what's wrong with less than 60p each? Now that's sweet klingon:3

They're not burgers! As for cooking in a microwave, I hope you're joking.

Original Poster

andyb83

They're not burgers! As for cooking in a microwave, I hope you're joking.



Ok, so they're medallions - a term which is much more commonly used and understood in the UK..

I'll get my coat..

These usually come as a pack of six, and you'd have to have tiny buns to make burgers!

Original Poster

jshoughton

These usually come as a pack of six, and you'd have to have tiny buns to … These usually come as a pack of six, and you'd have to have tiny buns to make burgers!



They do indeed, but don't forget, these are from the 'extra special' range, meaning premium quality lean cuts rather than scraps of meat/rind/cartilage.

Again the burger size would represent a quality burger like you get in Michelin star restaurants rather than McDonald's.. Harrod's do small extra small buns in their Artisan bakery..

I'll get my coat..

Edited by: "firstofficer" 16th Oct 2016

Its only 25p off, hardly a bargain really...

Don't laugh but can you oven cook or grill these rather than 'shallow fry'? Thanks

tonez

Don't laugh but can you oven cook or grill these rather than 'shallow … Don't laugh but can you oven cook or grill these rather than 'shallow fry'? Thanks



​You can oven cook or grill any kind of burger.

firstofficer

They do indeed, but don't forget, these are from the 'extra special' … They do indeed, but don't forget, these are from the 'extra special' range, meaning premium quality lean cuts rather than scraps of meat/rind/cartilage. Again the burger size would represent a quality burger like you get in Michelin star restaurants rather than McDonald's.. Harrod's do small extra small buns in their Artisan bakery.. I'll get my coat..


They're slices of pork fillet - not a burger. Buy a whole fillet, stuff it and roast it.

How do you get extra special pork? Less toxins?

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NorthLondonN1

How do you get extra special pork? Less toxins?



I think they're made from healthier pigs to start with. No chemicals or hormones used at all. And it's prime cuts with no rind.

I'll get my coat...

just get your coat already...

STEAMA BURGER ?

Get your coat & burger off

firstofficer

I think they're made from healthier pigs to start with. No chemicals or … I think they're made from healthier pigs to start with. No chemicals or hormones used at all. And it's prime cuts with no rind.I'll get my coat...



​Pigs don't sweat, they retain toxins.

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NorthLondonN1

​Pigs don't sweat, they retain toxins.



Interesting comment. You may like to read into this:

neatorama.com/201…gs/

There is a phrase 'sweat like a pig' which you may want to look into if you have a spare few minutes..

I'll get my coat..

NorthLondonN1

​Pigs don't sweat, they retain toxins.


If they retained toxins, they'd get very ill. They just use their liver and kidneys like most other animals.

firstofficer

Interesting comment. You may like to read into … Interesting comment. You may like to read into this:http://www.neatorama.com/2011/08/29/the-expression-sweating-like-a-pig-has-nothing-to-do-with-pigs/There is a phrase 'sweat like a pig' which you may want to look into if you have a spare few minutes.. I'll get my coat..



​You just backed up my argument with your article. Thank you.

Original Poster

NorthLondonN1

​You just backed up my argument with your article. Thank you.



The pleisure is all mine..

I'll get my coat...

firstofficer

The pleisure is all mine..I'll get my coat...



​Your article stated the term "sweating like a pig" is a myth. That pigs do not sweat but due to their body heat water molecules in the surrounding area build up on their skin.

Original Poster

NorthLondonN1

​Your article stated the term "sweating like a pig" is a myth. That pigs d … ​Your article stated the term "sweating like a pig" is a myth. That pigs do not sweat but due to their body heat water molecules in the surrounding area build up on their skin.



I trust you mate. I'm certainly no expert in pig biology...

I only love eating them..

I'll get my coat..
Edited by: "firstofficer" 19th Oct 2016
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