Asda sells Wagyu steaks from just £5 in time for Bank Holiday weekend

Asda has launched a popular luxury food item for £5 after a popular similar supplied product at Aldi.

Wagyu steaks are now available in stores at incredibly low prices. The Deluxe Steak Cuts are only available for a limited time, from just £5.

Asda is stocking Extra Special Wagyu Rump (£5), Sirloin (£6), Ribeye (£6.50) and Filet (£7.50) in stores until May 18. Typically priced from £50 to hundreds of pounds per steak, these highly sought after cuts are revered by foodies the world over.

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Wagyu ribeye steak is considered one of the tastiest cuts. The special appeal of this cut of steak is that it has a rich marbling of fat that melts when cooked, giving guaranteed flavor and succulence, reports MEN.

According to the ASDA, tenderloin steaks are considered the most tender and tender cuts of steak. Extra Special Wagyu Tenderloin Steaks are extra tender with guaranteed succulence and full flavor. Beef tenderloin is a very lean cut of beef with little fat running through it which, when properly prepared and cooked, will melt in your mouth.

The Extra Special Wagyu Sirloin is an excellent steak for capturing the qualities of the wagyu breed, with a beefier flavor than other cuts. The marbling gives the steak extra succulence and a tender mouthfeel full of flavor.

An Asda spokesperson commented: ‘Those who know their steaks will know how amazing it is to have these superb cuts of Wagyu on our shelves at these prices. Wagyu is so flavorful and truly offers a luxurious feel that is perfect for anyone planning a steak night over the holidays this weekend, or just wanting to experiment with a cut of steak they have never tried before. . We can guarantee you won’t be disappointed!”

When Wagyu steaks are in stock at Aldi, they sell out very quickly – but they’re not currently on sale according to its website, so ASDA’s offer will come as a relief to meat-loving shoppers.

Dino S. Williams