Round-up of meat deals at major supermarkets
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Round-up of meat deals at major supermarkets

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Found 20th Mar 2013
This is a quick overview of some of the best quality meat available, at good or very good prices,
i havent posted the cheapest deals on some things, for example, chicken and pork. the main reason being the taste and quality. the prices of what ive posted are very good for the quality in comparison to what may be the cheapest.
Also take into account price p/kg on these meats where there isnt the added water that are in cheaper meats.

CHICKEN
Sainsbury's Taste the Difference British Free Range Whole Chicken £3.59 p/kg valid 02/04
Next cheapest
ASDA Butcher's Selection Free Range Whole Chicken £3.98 p/kg

LAMB
Tesco/ASDA Fresh Lamb Whole Leg £4 p/kg

BEEF
Tesco Fresh Beef Boneless Rolled Rib Roast Medium £12 p/kg
Tesco Silverside Beef Joint £5 p/kg
Tesco Beef Thin Cut Sirloin Steak £10.91 p/kg
Tesco Fresh Beef Topside Top/Rump Roasting Joint £5 p/kg
Tesco Deli Counter Beef Bone in Rib Joint £8 p/kg

PORK
Tesco Finest Extra Matured Norfolk Pork Leg Joint with Sea Salt £6.59 p/kg (or
ASDA Butcher's Selection Boneless Pork Leg Roast by Weight £5.50 p/kg)
Morrisons British Vacuum Pack Leg of Pork Roasting Joints £2.99 p/kg
Tesco Finest Unsmoked Wiltshire Gammon Joint £4.99p/kg
Tesco Fresh British Pork Fillet £7.49 p/kg
Tesco Butcher's Choice Unsmoked Back Bacon 2for £4.50 £9 p/kg
Co-operative British Elmwood Boneless Pork leg £3.59 a kg

FISH
Morrisons fresh Cod Fillet £5.49 p/kg

Tesco Salmon Side £10 p/kg
ASDA Whole salmon £4 p/kg

40 Comments

Good effort

cheers for posting

Original Poster Banned

Didcotdealfinder

Good effort



ive just bought a meat slicer, so currently going through a crazy 'buy loads of meat phase' anyway, in trying to find some good meat at reasonable prices, just thought i'd share

Cold from me Veggie......

Damn, I should have remembered the price for you. LIDLs are doing XXL beef roasting joints and I think they were £4 per kilo. Don't quote me on exact price. I was 50/50 on whether to get one for sunday but decided to go for a leg of lamb from asda/tesco.

Someone else might be able to confirm the price for you

If you are going to do this, you need to be fair, and include Aldi (all british meat) and probably co-op too.

Also, this reads like personal preference, not objectivity.

Not colded, - I'll treat it as a prototype

great effort : your faith in the supermarkets might be misplaced mind lol

GOOD JOB WELL DONE

Not really deals though, just the prices supermarkets are charging. I suggest trying the local butcher's instead to compare prices and quality.

Original Poster Banned

Quadrille

If you are going to do this, you need to be fair, and include Aldi (all … If you are going to do this, you need to be fair, and include Aldi (all british meat) and probably co-op too.Also, this reads like personal preference, not objectivity.Not colded, - I'll treat it as a prototype



i have included them, theres just no cheaper comparisons, unless u can post some?

Original Poster Banned

MarkShopper

Not really deals though, just the prices supermarkets are charging. I … Not really deals though, just the prices supermarkets are charging. I suggest trying the local butcher's instead to compare prices and quality.



Agree with u that people should try butchers more, perhaps u can compare these prices with all the butchers in the country

Banned

It's hard to beat your meat

Alinshearah

It's hard to beat your meat


More fun to get someone else to do it for ya

MarkShopper

Not really deals though, just the prices supermarkets are charging. I … Not really deals though, just the prices supermarkets are charging. I suggest trying the local butcher's instead to compare prices and quality.



£4/Kg on Lamb is HOT LIKE YO MOMS

Good post but please can you add Horse to the list

Thanks for the effort putting this together

Uri

Good post but please can you add Horse to the list



It was only matter of time.

The Co-operative British Elmwood Boneless Pork leg is £3.59 a kg at the moment.

drifter3

i have included them, theres just no cheaper comparisons, unless u can … i have included them, theres just no cheaper comparisons, unless u can post some?


ALDI:
British Large leg Pork JOINT £2.99KG
British whole leg Lamb £3.99/Kg

There, done it for you

Cheers for the effort!

Good effort, thanks. Personally I don't buy meat from the supermarkets anymore. I agree with the comments about local butchers (if you're lucky to live near to one). The meat is better, it's from better sources and it's usually cheaper. To quote the tag line from one of the large supermarkets, you can 'Taste the Difference'.

Alinshearah

It's hard to beat your meat



Perhaps you should consider cutting down...?

Just made a special trip to Aldi for their offer - waste of time - not even an empty shelf - ripped off!

On my way to Asda...

Many thanks OP!




quasijock

ALDI: British Large leg Pork JOINT £2.99KGBritish whole leg Lamb … ALDI: British Large leg Pork JOINT £2.99KGBritish whole leg Lamb £3.99/KgThere, done it for you

£4/KG for a lamb leg is great, picked up 3 on monday.

supermarkets aint the best quality meat lol

Original Poster Banned

sunil1234

supermarkets aint the best quality meat lol



not too sure what your point is? for example,supermarket free range chicken isnt as good as supermarket caged chicken?

scoobytawazara

GOOD JOB WELL DONE



echo that

I much prefer chicken breasts with added water, as they are succulent, whereas non-added water ones are difficult to not taste quite dry, even if cooked "properly". Added water isn't the devil. I agree with another poster that this "deal" is about personal preference" with the OP missing out stuff that he deems inferior.

Original Poster Banned

therealslimkaty

I much prefer chicken breasts with added water, as they are succulent, … I much prefer chicken breasts with added water, as they are succulent, whereas non-added water ones are difficult to not taste quite dry, even if cooked "properly". Added water isn't the devil. I agree with another poster that this "deal" is about personal preference" with the OP missing out stuff that he deems inferior.



no problem with added water, but the price/weight isnt a very honest reflection of what youre buying for the price. Buy a needle and inject your own water, or just cook it properly and it wont be dry anymore.

Hugh Jass!

Cold from me Veggie......


How do you know if someone's a vegetarian? They'll tell you.

Seriously though. This person put a LOT of effort and time into writing this post, and you vote it cold because of your own personal prejudices?

Should I slander all fruit and veg, or vegetarian/vegan offers because I eat meat?

Think before you belittle valuable information next time because of your superiority complex.

thanks for taking the time and effort to write and post this, x
Edited by: "auntieseaside" 21st Mar 2013

Good work op!!!!

Hugh Jass!

Cold from me Veggie......



Hot from me Omnivore Mmmmm

drifter3

no problem with added water, but the price/weight isnt a very honest … no problem with added water, but the price/weight isnt a very honest reflection of what youre buying for the price. Buy a needle and inject your own water, or just cook it properly and it wont be dry anymore.



haha sounding a bit bitter there. I've been cooking a long time, my son will only eat the breast of the chicken, I do know how to cook. But I take your point about the weight. Buying a needle and injecting my own water.... not really that simple.

Original Poster Banned

quasijock

ALDI: British Large leg Pork JOINT £2.99KGBritish whole leg Lamb … ALDI: British Large leg Pork JOINT £2.99KGBritish whole leg Lamb £3.99/KgThere, done it for you



aldi fresh lamb leg was advertised at £4.99, which i suspect was their original price before they knew asda and tesco were cheaper, not too sure whether or not it is actually £3.99 instore or not, perhaps someone can confirm.

Original Poster Banned

therealslimkaty

haha sounding a bit bitter there. I've been cooking a long time, my son … haha sounding a bit bitter there. I've been cooking a long time, my son will only eat the breast of the chicken, I do know how to cook. But I take your point about the weight. Buying a needle and injecting my own water.... not really that simple.



wow, i respond to your comment and you call me bitter lol, was hardly that, anyway, youre not the only person thats been cooking a long time, injecting water into meat really IS that simple.You obviously never read the post description, or youre just one of these oddballs who has to find fault in everything,
anyway....
THANKS to everyone who appreciates this post for what it is
Edited by: "drifter3" 21st Mar 2013

drifter3

ive just bought a meat slicer, so currently going through a crazy 'buy … ive just bought a meat slicer, so currently going through a crazy 'buy loads of meat phase' anyway, in trying to find some good meat at reasonable prices, just thought i'd share



I had a meat slicer once, had to sack one of the lads because he kept putting his di** in her. Nightmare it was.

Good work, Hot.

Hugh Jass!

Cold from me Veggie......

Never mind, I've found an alternative deal for you:

boots.com/en/…88/

Great post, thanku so much

Great idea for a post, consolidate all the 'meat' deals, HUKD take note. Thanks for taking the time to post this, off to ASDA to get some lamb in the morn!
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