Wagyu burgers back (again) at Aldi for £2.99
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Wagyu burgers back (again) at Aldi for £2.99

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Found 17th Jan 2016
From Thursday 21st Jan 2016, this firm favourite with the hukd community always going down very well when Aldi restock. enjoy!
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Never tried these before, they any good? :L
Tried the frozen ones from Iceland they are very good thick,tender and juicy.
Original Poster
I love them as they have allot of the reputable wagyu fat which gives the great flavour. the steaks are the best but rarely become available
I dont suppose Wagyu burgers are low in fat then? I bet about 30 weight watchers points lol
all they do is massage the cows lol, only joking but seriously does it actually taste so much better?!?
I do buy them find them very dry so make them into meatballs add spices with pasta and sauce
Been there got the t-shirt. TBH they are alright but personally prefer the aldi frozen Aberdeen Angus quarter pounders for £1,99
tinca

Been there got the t-shirt. TBH they are alright but personally prefer … Been there got the t-shirt. TBH they are alright but personally prefer the aldi frozen Aberdeen Angus quarter pounders for £1,99


Link to tshirt please
Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, it's still going to be rubbish. Make your own using good old chuck steak and cook them pink, the way they should be made.
Horse meat for sure.
What is a wagyu? If if has 5 legs and flies count me in.
I thought it was a christmas pudding from the picture
I tried these they were awful, it tastes and smells like dog meat
Elevation

What is a wagyu? If if has 5 legs and flies count me in.



Japanese cow
suecoo1966

I tried these they were awful, it tastes and smells like dog meat



Bad pack? Ive bought and shared them a few times. Everyone thought they were great
mk8

Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, … Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, it's still going to be rubbish. Make your own using good old chuck steak and cook them pink, the way they should be made.


Indeed youtube.com/wat…JY8
Anyone got the full ingredients for these? Nothing wrong with wagyu, but what other crap have the put in them? Shop bought burgers are always junk and full of fillers, better off making your own.
These are the tastiest burgers I've ever purchased from a supermarket, but each to their own. The taste is more from the seasoning, absolutely loads of salt in them as well as garlic & pepper. Not much water - they actually stay the same size when cooked.
mk8

Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, … Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, it's still going to be rubbish. Make your own using good old chuck steak and cook them pink, the way they should be made.



Yet the FSA recommends cooking burgers all the way through to kill bugs.

This is of course different for a steak where the bugs are on the surface, so leaving it pink in the middle is safe.
Gormond

Yet the FSA recommends cooking burgers all the way through to kill … Yet the FSA recommends cooking burgers all the way through to kill bugs.This is of course different for a steak where the bugs are on the surface, so leaving it pink in the middle is safe.

I agree, food poisoning will ruin your day.
mk8

Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, … Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, it's still going to be rubbish. Make your own using good old chuck steak and cook them pink, the way they should be made.



The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a firm advertises a product as 100% of something it has to provide that. These are advertised as such. You are probably one of those Muppet's that think MacDonald's burgers are full of filling too and made with lips and hooves. Stop looking at American based websites for your information. We have totally different standards here in the UK and companies are expected to keep to those standards.
presterjohn71

The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a … The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a firm advertises a product as 100% of something it has to provide that. These are advertised as such. You are probably one of those Muppet's that think MacDonald's burgers are full of filling too and made with lips and hooves. Stop looking at American based websites for your information. We have totally different standards here in the UK and companies are expected to keep to those standards.



​*cough* Horse meat scandal *cough*
suecoo1966

I tried these they were awful, it tastes and smells like dog meat


You've eaten dog meat?!?!??
it will be like burgers advertised as Angus, its proberley only a % Wagyu!
bangytupper

​*cough* Horse meat scandal *cough*



They were caught and they were prosecuted hence my comment that standards are expected to be kept too.
vixie2

all they do is massage the cows lol, only joking but seriously does it … all they do is massage the cows lol, only joking but seriously does it actually taste so much better?!?



A happy cow is a tasty cow.
presterjohn71

The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a … The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a firm advertises a product as 100% of something it has to provide that. These are advertised as such. You are probably one of those Muppet's that think MacDonald's burgers are full of filling too and made with lips and hooves. Stop looking at American based websites for your information. We have totally different standards here in the UK and companies are expected to keep to those standards.



​oh dear someone believes the advertising.

These to start with are less than 90% beef so fair bit of filler there.
now to that Wagyu beef this is from a crossbreed cow which would of had a Wagyu cow somewhere in its family tree.
if they taste good then fine but if buying because Wagyu then probably best going to get a decent burger from local butchers.
I watched a program about cheaper wagyu. Basically the farmer breads the wagyu cow with the normal cows and the meat from the new cow can be classed as wagyu beef.

Personally not had these yet but would like to see what all the hype is about.
Just make your own burgers. Takes about 10 minutes at an absolute max!

You can limit the salt and fat so are a decent enough meal which kids never say no to.

hcc27

A happy cow is a tasty cow.



that's why I give the Mrs some laughing gas before we jump into bed
presterjohn71

The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a … The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a firm advertises a product as 100% of something it has to provide that. These are advertised as such. You are probably one of those Muppet's that think MacDonald's burgers are full of filling too and made with lips and hooves. Stop looking at American based websites for your information. We have totally different standards here in the UK and companies are expected to keep to those standards.



I think mk8 means it's about the CUT of the beef - not the composition of it. A burger can be 100% beef (which may even be 100% sirloin). However, it will never beat a proper steak burger (ie a slice of meat, not formed from beef mince), as steak can be cooked pink in the middle. Next time you have a steak, stick some in a burger roll and enjoy.
gregsayer

it will be like burgers advertised as Angus, its proberley only a % Wagyu!


"...proberly..." X)
mk8

Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, … Wagyu burgers? Why? No matter what you stick in a shop bought burger, it's still going to be rubbish. Make your own using good old chuck steak and cook them pink, the way they should be made.



Makes sense if using ​proper steak so you can cook it slightly pink. Just dont do that with a patty though, must be cooked well done otherwise you'll end up with food poisoning
These are quite good but a bit too salty for my taste.
Seems you are the ignorant one. A prime cut of beef is going to be far better than a beef patty made from the not as nice cut if beef. Additionally you can cook the cut of beef rare as the cooking process will kill the bacteria as it only resides on the outer edges. The patty however must be cooked well done as the bacteria resides throughout the meat. The cooking process as destroys the tenderness and taste of the beef which is why some people prefer their beef rare. However I prefer mine medoium well done with a tiny bit of blood as im not a vampire, lol
royals

Makes sense if using ​proper steak so you can cook it slightly pink. Just … Makes sense if using ​proper steak so you can cook it slightly pink. Just dont do that with a patty though, must be cooked well done otherwise you'll end up with food poisoning



I've never had food poisoning from a pink burger, in fact I try to request it whenever I eat out (and if the restaurant allows it)
well burger is always burger, you can put truffle or caviar in a burger but it won't make it a proper meal. It's no more than a junk food or bar food...
No I don't mean a steak burger, I meant a patty.
presterjohn71

The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a … The voice of ignorance strikes again. People like you make me laugh. If a firm advertises a product as 100% of something it has to provide that. These are advertised as such. You are probably one of those Muppet's that think MacDonald's burgers are full of filling too and made with lips and hooves. Stop looking at American based websites for your information. We have totally different standards here in the UK and companies are expected to keep to those standards.




All incorrect assumptions I'm afraid.
vanityfair

You've eaten dog meat?!?!??


Oddly enough, most pet food has to be certified fit for human consumption.
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