Tough, poor quality.
Very poor quality. Tough. Recommended cooking times far too short. Spoilt our Sunday lunch.
Tender, juicy when cooked in slow cooker
Cooked It in the slow cooker and added water and a beef stock pot for 12 hours. It was very tasty, tender and delicious and I used the juices to make gravy. Good value and great for Sunday dinner. Recommended.
Pot Roast it!
Looking at the many negaive reviews on here I decided to by this small inexpensive cut of beef. So I live alone but this little joint will feed 2 with good portions So I knew exactly how I was going to cook it to ensure it was both good in flavour and easy to carve and with little or no waste I believe the best way to cook this sort of beef cut is to do it as a "Pot Roast" look it up in any cook book. Simply brown the meat all over in frying pan. put a selection of veg in the bottom of a heavy tight lidded pan with a little olive oil to brown all the veg -- a large onion quartered, a stick of celery chopped, a couple of carrots chopped, 2 or 3 good sized cloves of garlic peeled and crushed Put the joint on top of these brown veg and then add a good glass of red wine ( about 200ml) and a similar quantity of beef stock , 2 bay leaves, a heaped teaspoon of dried oregano. put the tight lid on you pot and put it into a preheated oven at 180C/160c fan for about 1 1/2 hours -- at half way turn the meat over It is very easy to vary this recipe but with carrots onions and garlic it gives brill results - Potaotes tend to break up to soon but swede or turnip is good you van find pot roast recipes all over on lilne but I make mine from what i have in the fridge or veg rack -- don't use cauliflower or broccoli cos they willturn to mush in a slow cook like this ( I personally like to add a good sprinkling of chilli flakes to the veg -- bu then I use these as a flavour enhancer , in moderartion to much of my meat cooking!!! That's it! Sorry its much too long But this really is an eay way to "roast" a cheap joint and will be very tender without the joint falling apart as in many "slow roast" recipes Bon appetit!
I cooked this as per instructed for well done. Whe
I cooked this as per instructed for well done. When I got it out it was still full of blood. Popped it back for another thirty minutes. Very difficult to cut and very tough. Having said that, the dog seemed to enjoy it. Won't be buying again.
i buy this regular.But i notice once again i cant
i buy this regular.But i notice once again i cant buy it as it been removed once again.Ive bought this once in maybe last 6 month as it been removed??
Silverside with a dose of cartilage
Massive ribbon of cartilage right through the middle that upon leaving most for the CAT. Found difficult to cut wirh SCISSORS ..it CRUNCHED through and I cooked it medium to rare. This cut has always been one known for quality . The other 2 I bought better not be so disappointing. Barely got 2 good slices off the thing
We had this beef for 3 which is the perfect size f
We had this beef for 3 which is the perfect size for us - 2 slices each. I cooked in a roasting bag which I purchase separately on a low heat slow cook and it comes out perfect. The bag helps it cook correctly - that's my advice to others. Was a beautiful taste, right size and didn't cost the earth. Disappointed you no longer do it. I do not buy your other beef joints as too large and too much left over so ends up being wasted.
Very poor quality meat. Cooked as per instructions
Very poor quality meat. Cooked as per instructions and it was inedible - very tough and chewy. Will not be purchasing again.
Why has this been removed from choice
Why has this been removed from choice
waste of money had to bin.due to tough & inedible
cooked as directed but was extremely difficult to carve and completely inedible due to toughness of the meat..