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Whole British beef fillet 2.2kg for £50 Morrisons
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Whole British beef fillet 2.2kg for £50 Morrisons

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2.2kg which even beats Lidl so must be good
£50

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Easily the most over rated steak - try Morrisons 'Flat Iron' ones, you will need to trim a little rubbish off it though - that's just the way it comes/where it comes from on the cow - not a big job/waste. Cook it exactly like it says and I'm confident you'll find it the best tasting / textured steak you've got from a supermarket. The Denver ones are also good, but not quite so good.
Stephen_petrou28/11/2019 11:44

Many thanks will give it a go



This LINK is it, they come pre packed, 2 for £7. If you really want to make it better (you need to like Stilton tho lol) , buy a lump of Stilton, a pot of cream and make a nice thick sauce (2 ingredients is all you need). That is our whole families favourite dish.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 28th Nov 2019
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That's a great price and they would hopefully fillet it for you
PalG28/11/2019 11:37

That's a great price and they would hopefully fillet it for you


Can you fillet a fillet?
Easily the most over rated steak - try Morrisons 'Flat Iron' ones, you will need to trim a little rubbish off it though - that's just the way it comes/where it comes from on the cow - not a big job/waste. Cook it exactly like it says and I'm confident you'll find it the best tasting / textured steak you've got from a supermarket. The Denver ones are also good, but not quite so good.
Stormpooper28/11/2019 11:43

Easily the most over rated steak - try Morrisons 'Flat Iron' ones, you …Easily the most over rated steak - try Morrisons 'Flat Iron' ones, you will need to trim a little rubbish off it though - that's just the way it comes/where it comes from on the cow - not a big job/waste. Cook it exactly like it says and I'm confident you'll find it the best tasting / textured steak you've got from a supermarket. The Denver ones are also good, but not quite so good.


Many thanks will give it a go
Stephen_petrou28/11/2019 11:44

Many thanks will give it a go



This LINK is it, they come pre packed, 2 for £7. If you really want to make it better (you need to like Stilton tho lol) , buy a lump of Stilton, a pot of cream and make a nice thick sauce (2 ingredients is all you need). That is our whole families favourite dish.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 28th Nov 2019
Stormpooper28/11/2019 11:45

This LINK is it, they come pre packed, 2 for £7. If you really want …This LINK is it, they come pre packed, 2 for £7. If you really want to make it better (you need to like Stilton tho lol) , buy a lump of Stilton, a pot of cream and make a nice thick sauce (2 ingredients is all you need). That is our whole families favourite dish.


I buy those too, so tasty and 2 for £7 😃
Good deal, but such a huge piece. I think I'd rather have fresh once in a while. Not sure I could be bothered with slicing & freezing.
Stormpooper28/11/2019 11:45

This LINK is it, they come pre packed, 2 for £7. If you really want …This LINK is it, they come pre packed, 2 for £7. If you really want to make it better (you need to like Stilton tho lol) , buy a lump of Stilton, a pot of cream and make a nice thick sauce (2 ingredients is all you need). That is our whole families favourite dish.


Can you start a Recipe book, that sounds delicious, thanks
suejb228/11/2019 15:05

Can you start a Recipe book, that sounds delicious, thanks



LOL! no problem! as it goes my wife and kids keep on at me to enter a competition lol! but I just make tasty food, not necessarily pretty food!
You may end up drinking the sauce though...... also it's nice cold with crusty bread or alike
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 28th Nov 2019
My mum's just got a large joint of raw beef for Christmas to put in FRIDGE to cook in 3 weeks time it clearly states all over the net raw beef fridge for 3 or four days I'm gonna grow it straight in the bin if it goes past its use by date
Stormpooper28/11/2019 11:43

Easily the most over rated steak - try Morrisons 'Flat Iron' ones, you …Easily the most over rated steak - try Morrisons 'Flat Iron' ones, you will need to trim a little rubbish off it though - that's just the way it comes/where it comes from on the cow - not a big job/waste. Cook it exactly like it says and I'm confident you'll find it the best tasting / textured steak you've got from a supermarket. The Denver ones are also good, but not quite so good.


I’ll try that. Recently I’ve been buying rump roast joints at roughly 12 pounds a kilo (Sainsbury’s) and then chopping up into chunky steaks. IMO not bad vfm.
Mr_Frostee28/11/2019 18:49

I’ll try that. Recently I’ve been buying rump roast joints at roughly 12 po …I’ll try that. Recently I’ve been buying rump roast joints at roughly 12 pounds a kilo (Sainsbury’s) and then chopping up into chunky steaks. IMO not bad vfm.



I don't know if you knew this but 'top rump' or 'rump roast' is not the quite same as 'rump steak'
2 different cuts, but from the same muscle.
Usually it is used for roasting, but is also sold as frying steak etc - if you get a bit of top rump from nearer the thin end of the muscle, where you separate it into 'rump steak' likelihood is it will be more tender, but it's pot luck!. The difference in prices is basically down to which end of that muscle it comes from. I have done the same as you before, but usually I cut mine mega thin. Tasty, but sometimes tougher. Skirt is another usually slow cooked cut (another favourite of mine) - but if you get a nice bit and cook it right it makes a lovely fried steak (ideally marbled)
I used to be a butcher many years ago - sorry to waffle on lol.
This may explain it further - I know the USA call it differently to the UK.
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Stormpooper28/11/2019 21:30

I don't know if you knew this but 'top rump' or 'rump roast' is not the …I don't know if you knew this but 'top rump' or 'rump roast' is not the quite same as 'rump steak' 2 different cuts, but from the same muscle. Usually it is used for roasting, but is also sold as frying steak etc - if you get a bit of top rump from nearer the thin end of the muscle, where you separate it into 'rump steak' likelihood is it will be more tender, but it's pot luck!. The difference in prices is basically down to which end of that muscle it comes from. I have done the same as you before, but usually I cut mine mega thin. Tasty, but sometimes tougher. Skirt is another usually slow cooked cut (another favourite of mine) - but if you get a nice bit and cook it right it makes a lovely fried steak (ideally marbled)I used to be a butcher many years ago - sorry to waffle on lol. This may explain it further - I know the USA call it differently to the UK.[Image]


Skirt is great on a BBQ then on cheese steak sandwiches. Doesn't need cooking for ages, just cut it thin across the grain of the muscle fibres. Really beefy too.
Stormpooper28/11/2019 21:30

I don't know if you knew this but 'top rump' or 'rump roast' is not the …I don't know if you knew this but 'top rump' or 'rump roast' is not the quite same as 'rump steak' 2 different cuts, but from the same muscle. Usually it is used for roasting, but is also sold as frying steak etc - if you get a bit of top rump from nearer the thin end of the muscle, where you separate it into 'rump steak' likelihood is it will be more tender, but it's pot luck!. The difference in prices is basically down to which end of that muscle it comes from. I have done the same as you before, but usually I cut mine mega thin. Tasty, but sometimes tougher. Skirt is another usually slow cooked cut (another favourite of mine) - but if you get a nice bit and cook it right it makes a lovely fried steak (ideally marbled)I used to be a butcher many years ago - sorry to waffle on lol. This may explain it further - I know the USA call it differently to the UK.[Image]


Thanks for the detailed explanation, given your background i'm defo going to try your recomendation on the Morrisons Flat Irons
Once trimmed of fat a silver gristle
And the tail as well
So not that cheap
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