I had this at the half price Easter offer and it was super. It is British. I always slow roast and leave the joint half an hour to settle afterwards. It did several more meals as cold and was lovely.
Easter Sunday roast, I cooked it as stated on packet and it was the most succulent beef I have ever had, melt in the mouth, not like most beef chewy and tough, more please, will definitely buy again, real value for money, my family loved it.
absolutely ghastly: tough, tasteless, barely edible
Good taste and a bargain at this price
Excellent value and good quality meat
Not 'finest' quality, more like 'lowest' quality.
The piece delivered to me was 'so tough you could make shoe leather with it' - as my Dad would have intoned :) Such a disappointment. Inedible.
this beef was the best beef i have ever had ,melts in the mouth ,done for 5 hours on low and then 1 hour high ,fantastic ,going to get some more ..
Highly recommended and very tender beef
Delicious beef, it melted in our mouths, it was so tended. All roasted beef needs at least half an hour resting time after cooking, it makes it so much more succulent and tender.
Use a pressure cooker
I love this but do not use it as a roast. We cut it into cubes and strips as per kg it is cheaper than buying stew meat. Always comes out tender as we do the stoganoff and stew in the pressure cooker.
Why won’t you specify the origin? You should have
Why won’t you specify the origin? You should have more British meat products. Most people don’t mind paying a little more for home produced meat!!!!
Wrongly described as a roasting joint
Silverside is not a roasting joint so I don’t know why it’s described as such, no wonder the reviews are not good. Silverside is meant to be slow cooked in a lidded container in the over with some stock and root vegetables and herbs. It is delicious when cooked properly.