The Butcher's Market British Beef Frying Steak 500g £2 @ Iceland
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The Butcher's Market British Beef Frying Steak 500g £2 @ Iceland

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Found 11th Jul
WAS £5

Pan Fry
4- 8
Minutes
1. Remove from all packaging.

2. Heat a little oil in a frying pan over a high heat.

3. Add 2-3 steaks to the pan (depending on pack size), fry over a high heat for 4-8 minutes.

4. Turn half way through cooking time.
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Was £4 not £5

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18 Comments
Extra heat for cooking instructions.
YIMan2 m ago

Extra heat for cooking instructions.


lol tyvm
dont forget the mushrooms
Gets poor reviews but £2 ain't bad. They say it's really tough and chewy if thats the case I would dice up and use it as a stew in the slow cooker.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 11th Jul
Had this before it pretty bad and is cut from the top rump like all frying steak its very tough so if you must buy it dont over cook 2 mins max each side. I would pay extra for a proper bit of steak and enjoy it.
Edited by: "waterloo" 11th Jul
best use it as braising steak, the cut of meat can be quite poor, as said above pay extra and get a good bit of steak.
if its too tough for your false teeth mince it lol
Argyll6810 m ago

Gets poor reviews but £2 ain't bad. They say it's really tough and chewy …Gets poor reviews but £2 ain't bad. They say it's really tough and chewy if thats the case I would dice up and use it as a stew in the slow cooker.


Not looked at the reviews but its not good stuff and a waste of money even at £2. Iceland sell some decent steak now for £3 each ribeye or sirloin or you could get the aged stuff for more but i find the £3 cuts ok for a midweek meal.
Edited by: "waterloo" 11th Jul
waterloo1 m ago

Not looked at the reviews but its not good stuff and a waste of money even …Not looked at the reviews but its not good stuff and a waste of money even at £2. Iceland see some decent steak now for £3 each ribeye or sirloin or you could get the aged stuff for more but i find the £3 cuts ok for a meal.


Fair comment. I normally buy the rump steak at Aldi for about £3.
Argyll687 m ago

Fair comment. I normally buy the rump steak at Aldi for about £3.


Yes the Aldi and Iceland stuff is bang on for your money, for a midweek meal nothing fancy it's good enough and quite tasty. My dad used to work over Smithfield meat market in london so i'm a bit spoilt when it comes to meat but at £3 you cannot go wrong.
Used this before for mincing for burgers. was great. max 6 per order online
How about bashing it with a meat tenderiser or rolling pin, two mins each side should do.
Would this be good to cut into thin slices or flatten it to make Beef jerky in a dehydrator? Don't laugh I don't know much about making beef jerky
Edited by: "Norseg" 11th Jul
Norseg30 m ago

Would this be good to cut into thin slices or flatten it to make Beef …Would this be good to cut into thin slices or flatten it to make Beef jerky in a dehydrator? Don't laugh I don't know much about making beef jerky


I make quite a lot of "biltong" which is just the South African version of jerky. While I normally buy joints to cut with the grain, these will work perfectly..
twotone19546 h, 10 m ago

How about bashing it with a meat tenderiser or rolling pin, two mins each …How about bashing it with a meat tenderiser or rolling pin, two mins each side should do.


That's 4 mins of bashing for each piece - I hope you dont have a large family to feed!
keenan31610 h, 22 m ago

I make quite a lot of "biltong" which is just the South African version of …I make quite a lot of "biltong" which is just the South African version of jerky. While I normally buy joints to cut with the grain, these will work perfectly..


Just wondering, is a dehydrator worth it? I don't own one but I'm interested in making beef jerky and biltong, maybe even some Dog treats
Edited by: "Norseg" 12th Jul
twotone195420 h, 2 m ago

How about bashing it with a meat tenderiser or rolling pin, two mins each …How about bashing it with a meat tenderiser or rolling pin, two mins each side should do.


Yeah but what about the steak Boom Boom
Bought 3 for a barbecue, only smoked it but wish I stocked up

marinated some , seasoned others

cooked for about 8 / 10 minutes at a low heat and was tender and flavoursome. ( never let them go above 58 degrees )
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