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  • Creamcake
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    Btw one gem that Bradford has(lol not saying they dont have others) is a steak restaurant called 'Cona'. It's genuinely really nice and is upmarket, and fills in a gap for a good quality desi run steak house.

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  • Abu 'Abdullaah
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    Originally posted by Mufti Cheesecake View Post
    ...Most other cultures don't give a care about doneness, they just cook the meat until its done...
    True, I don't care about doneness, I just cook meat until it's done.
    Last edited by Abu 'Abdullaah; 22-06-21, 10:35 PM. Reason: typo

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  • Abu 'Abdullaah
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    Well done with ketchup.

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by Mufti Cheesecake View Post

    I don't really understand when people say well done is chewy, because when the meat is pink it becomes like chewing gum and hard to swallow.

    Honestly I've never really liked steak, I know people will say "oh you just never had good steak". NO. I've ate steak in many places, and even made it myself with differing doneness, its nothing special. I think its just because its a western thing how they lack spices in their cooking so they think that eating meat a little raw adds "flavour" .

    Most other cultures don't give a care about doneness, they just cook the meat until its done, and they add spices, make them into curries, make glazes, sauces. Thats why east Asian, South Asian, South American, African, Caribbean, even Middle eastern food takes over the food industry in western societies, because western "food" is just a big bloody slab of meat.
    +1

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  • Indefinable
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    I've had steak because the other half likes it - can't say I'm a fan of it though.

    Would much rather cook the meat into a nice curry, with all its spices and eat it with chapattis


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  • Ya'sin
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    I want to try the raw or less cooked steak, it looks juicy
    my parents are disgusted that anyone can eat raw meat and here I am secretly wanting it


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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by nudgetheputri1 View Post

    Now they want to colonise their foods.

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  • nudgetheputri1
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    Originally posted by Mufti Cheesecake View Post

    I don't really understand when people say well done is chewy, because when the meat is pink it becomes like chewing gum and hard to swallow.

    Honestly I've never really liked steak, I know people will say "oh you just never had good steak". NO. I've ate steak in many places, and even made it myself with differing doneness, its nothing special. I think its just because its a western thing how they lack spices in their cooking so they think that eating meat a little raw adds "flavour" .

    Most other cultures don't give a care about doneness, they just cook the meat until its done, and they add spices, make them into curries, make glazes, sauces. Thats why east Asian, South Asian, South American, African, Caribbean, even Middle eastern food takes over the food industry in western societies, because western "food" is just a big bloody slab of meat.
    Now they want to colonise their foods.

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  • nudgetheputri1
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    I've tried steak once last Ramadan at a restaurant. I think it was medium rare, not really nice to me but my mum liked it a lot.

    Whoever eats raw steak is beyond me..

    Have you tried Wagyu beef? It's like super good quality beef that is "marbled" with the fats around it and all - that makes it tastes good.

    Never tried that but Wagyu beef is a big thing here - it's been adverstised almost everywhere these days.

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  • aelmo
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    Originally posted by Mufti Cheesecake View Post

    I don't really understand when people say well done is chewy, because when the meat is pink it becomes like chewing gum and hard to swallow.

    Honestly I've never really liked steak, I know people will say "oh you just never had good steak". NO. I've ate steak in many places, and even made it myself with differing doneness, its nothing special. I think its just because its a western thing how they lack spices in their cooking so they think that eating meat a little raw adds "flavour" .

    Most other cultures don't give a care about doneness, they just cook the meat until its done, and they add spices, make them into curries, make glazes, sauces. Thats why east Asian, South Asian, South American, African, Caribbean, even Middle eastern food takes over the food industry in western societies, because western "food" is just a big bloody slab of meat.
    I don’t really like steak either actually but if I do eat it, it needs to be medium rare, maybe I can work with medium but nothing over that.

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  • Creamcake
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post

    I've got their chicken fillet steak and lamb steak both with rice or chips and mushroom sauce. But were delicious.

    Ooo never been there would like to go though lool.
    Nice, i tried both those too and then the sirloin. I also tried the fish too which was really nice and i was pleasantly surprised. I agree, they are all good options and for steak its not expensive(compared to most other places, i tried rump n ribs and ribeye in Manchester and i still preferred Torros)plus there used to be a 20% off deal at Torros 4-6 on weekdays so the desi in me was like discount yes please!lol. Yeah same, i know etci is so hyped but its supposed to be genuinely nice and the other place aswell. Btw the ribs in rump n ribs were amazing, i never thought i liked ribs until i had those.

    I think a big appeal for me is its something we've never cooked at home before so the first time I ate steak was outside. Cos usually homeade stuff is nicer but i feel like if i buy a steak to try and cook i'll just mess it up lol and once its overcooked how can u go back from that..

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  • Predatorian
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    i never ate a steak but i ate other things similar to it and i eat them very well done.You can eat it medium rare or raw or other thing like that but if it is fresh.The meat you buy even if it is halal who knows how many times has been frozen and unfrozen.Plus you are eating the blood of the animal and blood is not halal so idk if it is even halal to eat medium rare 🤔

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post

    Thanks sis! Lool. I just can't have it chewy.

    Medium rare has two votes so far!
    I don't like chewy
    IT would take all day to chew, too tired for that

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by Stoic Believer View Post
    I don’t think I’ve ever had a proper steak believe it or not, but I’ve heard medium rare is the best level.
    Don't worry don't worry
    you ain't the only one

    My parents never uttered the word steak at home and when we used to watch it on it was an undesirable

    Deep down I knew one day when I grow up I'd try a slab of meat RAW.


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  • Ya'sin
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    Steak
    only had it once on my entire life, and that too was a miracle that I had the chance to try

    I think it was cooked well but I want to try it in all its forms as I am am adventurous individual




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