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Waitrose 4 Aberdeen Angus beef quarter pounders 454g £2.40 With Pick My Offers
Waitrose 4 Aberdeen Angus beef quarter pounders 454g £2.40 With Pick My Offers

Waitrose 4 Aberdeen Angus beef quarter pounders 454g £2.40 With Pick My Offers

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The Waitrose 4 Aberdeen Angus beef quarter pounders 454g are reduced at the moment from £4.29 to £3.00 but could be bought for £2.40 if added to your PickYourOwnOffers.
I bought these the last time they were on offer & they were pretty good.

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Just buy some mince from your local butchers (if you have one). Then your burgers will be juicy and actually taste of beef! Forgive me if I'm wrong here, but these packaged ones usually contain a filler/thickener like rusk and then they bung some onion in too. Why!? And they've been squashed/compressed too much, they'll be hard and dry. Just use beef and salt & pepper - nothing else.

£2.40 though, not bad.

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Just buy some mince from your local butchers (if you have one). Then your … Just buy some mince from your local butchers (if you have one). Then your burgers will be juicy and actually taste of beef! Forgive me if I'm wrong here, but these packaged ones usually contain a filler/thickener like rusk and then they bung some onion in too. Why!? And they've been squashed/compressed too much, they'll be hard and dry. Just use beef and salt & pepper - nothing else. £2.40 though, not bad.



Yes I often make my own burgers, however I couldn't buy Quality Aberdeen Angus mince for under £5 kilo.....Also these contain no rusk or onion. 95% meat with a little flour & salt & pepper & a preservative.
These are really succulent & juicy & taste much nicer than the ones I make with standard mince.

Same as Caz, we usually make our own burgers but these are actually very good indeed and at that price ... ever tried them Pajast?

I'll give them a try!

Struggle to see the point of quarter pounder burgers. They all say cook for twenty minutes, by which time,even cooking with a miniscule flame,they are crisp and blackening on the outside.
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