Tomahawk Steaks 0.9 - 1.3 kg £10 @ Morrisons
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Tomahawk Steaks 0.9 - 1.3 kg £10 @ Morrisons

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Found 21st Jun 2017
These are the same as what were on at £15 last week. It's national, but stock will obviously vary by store.
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Bought one of these on Sunday, hope it feeds three of us, doesn't look that big now.
i ate mine to myself quite easily - weighed just over a kilo with the bone
they were very nice got one for my son and husband
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Meh only 1.3kg? That must be for the vegans out there.
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beelox

i ate mine to myself quite easily - weighed just over a kilo with the bone



Just out interest, how much does the bone on these things weigh in at approx?
How best to cook these ?
beelox

i ate mine to myself quite easily - weighed just over a kilo with the bone



Same here
jch6241

How best to cook these ?


In my opinion, somewhat more than the deal photo shows
pa55word12329 m ago

In my opinion, somewhat more than the deal photo shows



That's a fraction overcooked to my eyes
Loads of these in the Workington Morrisons store earlier today, they were just labelling up the reduction at around 1pm
Reverse sear
Several left in Exeter.
I passed on them at £15 (looked a rip-off, tbh) but picked one up tonight. There were 6 or 8 on the shelf and they didn't have reduction sticker - just original £10 price. The cuts varied from pack to pack, but managed to get (hopefully) a non-grizzly one. Still not convinced this is a 'deal'.............Morrisons did try to pawn off a large flattened lump of minced beef at an inflated cost as a 'Father's Day burger' after all
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Seasoned mine with salt and pepper first and then sealed it for 2 minutes either side in a frying pan. Placed in the smoker at 225F for 3 hours smoked using cherry wood till internal temperature reached 145F and then seared it over dying embers of charcoal (to stop flare ups). and left to stand for 10 minutes. The cherry wood worked great with the meat, it didn't dominate the final flavour, but added to the overall taste of the meat.

Honestly was the nicest steak I have cooked for myself, cooked on the rarer side of medium/rare at 145F loads of meat juices in the meat and it just melted in the mouth, no chewiness at all. Not much fat on mine but what there was dissolved in the mouth and was full of flavour.

If smoking or indirect/direct heat on a BBQ isn't an option low and slow in the oven and if you have a meat thermometer taking it out on 145F will get you on the rarer side of medium rare and 150F+ will get you closer to medium.

My local store had several of these yesterday for £10, but looked a lot fattier than the one I had @ £15 last week so left it. But I hope this is a regular cut at Morrisons for now. Because for a £10 it is something I would cook quite often, if there are some leaner pieces available, than I saw yesterday.

p.s. The mushroom is for scale I had a couple of these with a good portion of pit beans to compliment the steak.





Edited by: "sotv" 22nd Jun 2017
Must of just reduced them - was still £15 in my local on Tuesday evening
sotv2 h, 10 m ago

[Image] Seasoned mine with salt and pepper first and then sealed it for 2 …[Image] Seasoned mine with salt and pepper first and then sealed it for 2 minutes either side in a frying pan. Placed in the smoker at 225F for 3 hours smoked using cherry wood till internal temperature reached 145F and then seared it over dying embers of charcoal (to stop flare ups). and left to stand for 10 minutes. The cherry wood worked great with the meat, it didn't dominate the final flavour, but added to the overall taste of the meat.Honestly was the nicest steak I have cooked for myself, cooked on the rarer side of medium/rare at 145F loads of meat juices in the meat and it just melted in the mouth, no chewiness at all. Not much fat on mine but what there was dissolved in the mouth and was full of flavour.If smoking or indirect/direct heat on a BBQ isn't an option low and slow in the oven and if you have a meat thermometer taking it out on 145F will get you on the rarer side of medium rare and 150F+ will get you closer to medium.My local store had several of these yesterday for £10, but looked a lot fattier than the one I had @ £15 last week so left it. But I hope this is a regular cut at Morrisons for now. Because for a £10 it is something I would cook quite often, if there are some leaner pieces available, than I saw yesterday. p.s. The mushroom is for scale I had a couple of these with a good portion of pit beans to compliment the steak.



Chef skills envy ...
Loads in Swindon Hayden wick store
Cold - no tomahawk. I checked.
Had one for Father's Day. A hell of a lot of steak for the money and superb quality. Very impressed.
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rumour has it they're now 7.50 in some stores...can anyone confirm?
I picked one up at lunchtime for £7.50 in Halifax. it was in the "still fresh" chiller thing.
pa55word123

In my opinion, somewhat more than the deal photo shows


I cooked mine in oven with herbs butter and covered dish in foil for 20 mins on 180 it was gorgeous steak was rare as we like it hope that helps
tubbies74

I cooked mine in oven with herbs butter and covered dish in foil for 20 … I cooked mine in oven with herbs butter and covered dish in foil for 20 mins on 180 it was gorgeous steak was rare as we like it hope that helps



So if doing in Fan oven for medium how long do you reckon and at what heat?
Thanks
Picked up the biggest one in the fridge on Wednesday for £10. Very nice steak started in oven and finished on BBQ.
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hearts

So if doing in Fan oven for medium how long do you reckon and at what … So if doing in Fan oven for medium how long do you reckon and at what heat?Thanks



get frying pan hot as possible, brown for 3 mins each on the 2 large sides, about 30 seconds on the narrow edges to sear.

180 fan for 30 minutes.

medium perfection
I had mine last night (bought when they were £15) and I was pretty underwhelmed to be honest - texture wise it was great (no chewyness or gristle), but it was one of the most flavourless pieces of meat I've ever had.
Aliwoo18

I had mine last night (bought when they were £15) and I was pretty … I had mine last night (bought when they were £15) and I was pretty underwhelmed to be honest - texture wise it was great (no chewyness or gristle), but it was one of the most flavourless pieces of meat I've ever had.



Same. I don't eat a lot of cow, but rib of beef is probably my favourite. This was just OK.

Whenever I'm in London near Mayfair I get ribeye from the butcher there - consistently good quality and flavour - I recommend if you're ever there
Managed to snag one of these beauties for the weekend. Absolutely stunning steak, probably the most satisfying I've ever cooked myself. I made sure to pick one with plenty of fat and decent marbling, no need to go lean when you're spoiling yourself with a cut like this.

I seasoned it and cooked over an indirect bbq heat for around 45 mins. Turning every 5 mins or so to ensure an even cook, and brushing with butter and a bit more seasoning every so often. Used a meat thermometer (absolutely essential when doing it this way, to ensure it's cooked correctly) to see when the middle got to 35 - 40 degrees (very rare). I then rested it for 15 mins.

Whilst the steak had been cooking I had kept adding to the bbq coals, away from the steak, to make sure they stayed very hot. Now I lowered the rack and whacked the steak directly over the heat. I seared it for around a minute each side, including around the edge. There was a fatty edge so that got 20-30 seconds more.

Sliced immediately from the bbq, as the resting had been done after the slow cook. All the marbled fat had melted perfectly and the larger chunks that remained were packed with flavour and melted in your mouth, though I will admit I stuck these back on the bqq for a couple of minutes to give them a crisper edge. This easily fed two of us and earned me some invaluable husband points
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