Two (2) fresh Wagyu beef burgers (340g) for £2.99 at Aldi (INSTORE ONLY)
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Two (2) fresh Wagyu beef burgers (340g) for £2.99 at Aldi (INSTORE ONLY)

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Found 14th Sep 2016Made hot 14th Sep 2016
From tomorrow, Thursday 15th September, Aldi is offering packs of two fresh Wagyu beef burgers (340g) for £2.99 in stores.

Asda is offering two fresh Wagyu burgers (340g) for £3.50 in store and online or two frozen Wagyu burgers (340g) for £3 in store and online at Iceland.

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I had these, they were nice, they were from Asda though not Aldi - £3.50 not £2.99 but might help those without an Aldi nearby?!

Personally I don't think you can beat good quality Aberdeen Angus!
Edited by: "mrvot" 14th Sep 2016

anyone tried these yet, never tasted wagyu and wonder if its worth a trip to Aldi.

dennistoundoll

anyone tried these yet, never tasted wagyu and wonder if its worth a trip … anyone tried these yet, never tasted wagyu and wonder if its worth a trip to Aldi.


I found them a bit 'salty' but beautifully tender and moist
very nice

dennistoundoll

anyone tried these yet, never tasted wagyu and wonder if its worth a trip … anyone tried these yet, never tasted wagyu and wonder if its worth a trip to Aldi.



​They are really horrible, its best if nobody buys any...

Not until ive been in anyway ;o)

Prefer Iceland 10x6oz Aberdeen Angus for £9.99

mrvot

I had these, they were nice, they were from Asda though not Aldi - £3.50 … I had these, they were nice, they were from Asda though not Aldi - £3.50 not £2.99 but might help those without an Aldi nearby?!Personally I don't think you can beat good quality Aberdeen Angus!



So you haven't had these at all then X)

They are nice, but the deal is becoming as regular as an M&S Dine in for £10 deal! I believe the wagyu beef is from New Zealand not Japan, hence the price.:{

fedex1401

They are nice, but the deal is becoming as regular as an M&S Dine in for … They are nice, but the deal is becoming as regular as an M&S Dine in for £10 deal! I believe the wagyu beef is from New Zealand not Japan, hence the price.:{



Plus.... You are getting the scraggy bits (as seen on tv documentery)... hence price !

nooooo not skippy!

toonarmani

So you haven't had these at all then X)



Haha! A few times! These are good, but Aberdeen Angus is better IMO - you could say the same for more expensive cuts of beef... sometimes you can't beat a Sirloin for example!

I only hope fat content is not 25%

I think they are the worst burgers I've tried

They are nice, but what makes them so moist is the high fat content. They do feel sickly, but nice for a one off when you want to indulge

hi all
I have tried all the wagu ranges (inc the steaks)from asda-aldi etc and the they are ok - I had a wagu steak when I was in Singapore (very expensive) but these are no way near the proper stuff

Suspended

Japanese beef from new Zealand, might give it a miss

My sis is a bit of a foodie, regularly cooks from scratch and watches cookery programmes all the time - she didn't like these. Might pick some up tomorrow to see what they're like.

thomasleep

Japanese beef from new Zealand, might give it a miss


x2

mrew42

I found them a bit 'salty' but beautifully tender and moistI like a salty … I found them a bit 'salty' but beautifully tender and moistI like a salty moist burger very nice


They are decent, quite fatty when cooked but that just make them juicy. It's not proper Japanese thoroughbred wagyu though, I think it's NZ beef from memory.

yeah wagyu my ass!
I bet it'll be like "Fuji" apple from China...
Those stupid is bureaucrat should really get a dop or at least register the name.

thomasleep

Japanese beef from new Zealand, might give it a miss



You are confusing Wagu and Kobe

mrew42

I found them a bit 'salty' but beautifully tender and moistvery nice


probably becuase they are made from coc&bolloc

Almost always this price and they're not great but if you've not tried them then what's three quid?

They're stunning imo... Restaurant standard!

Dont see the fuss. Stick to basic supermarket ones at 50p each and slap some nice burger sauce on it. Another one of those heavily publicised non credentials claims that its the best burger out there. Now wheres my fish fingers that suddenly turned omega 3...

You can't beat home made beef burgers.
I bought the electric mincer that was in Lidl a few weeks ago and with some lean beef minced through it and some decent seasoning they are lovely , It's unlikely I'll ever eat shop bought again.
Plus you don't get all that fat and crap in them like shop bought!
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 15th Sep 2016

paulandpam1

You can't beat home made beef burgers.I bought the electric mincer that … You can't beat home made beef burgers.I bought the electric mincer that was in Lidl a few weeks ago and with some lean beef minced through it and some decent seasoning they are lovely , It's unlikely I'll ever eat shop bought again.Plus you don't get all that fat and crap in them like shop bought!



You need fat in a burger to stop it being dry

Just enjoying the clarification of the word 'two' (2). Tricky stuff.

konkywonky

You need fat in a burger to stop it being dry


Don't believe what people tell you until you try home made burgers yourself, a decent piece of beef has plenty of natural juice so it's not dry without adding all that fatty crap.

paulandpam1

Don't believe what people tell you until you try home made burgers … Don't believe what people tell you until you try home made burgers yourself, a decent piece of beef has plenty of natural juice so it's not dry without adding all that fatty crap.



I've made plenty of burgers thanks and stand by my reasoning. Where does all this "natural juice" in your burger come from if not from fat?
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