Lidl’s massive tomahawk steak is back in stores

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With UK temperatures soaring above 30 degrees this week, it’s the perfect excuse to have a BBQ. Thankfully, Lidl’s got you covered with their massive tomahawk steak.

From 25th July, you can pick up the huge cut of meat for £14.99 per kg. It’s produced in the UK from British beef, and has been dry aged for 14 days then matured to 21 days.

Lidl claim this method leaves the steak extra juicy, so you can chow down on some serious flavour this summer. The supermarket claims it has ‘a fuller flavour with exceptional tenderness and succulence’.

It offers a lot of meat for your money, so you’d be able to treat family and friends to a cut. Or, eat the whole thing yourself if you’re feeling hungry enough.

Tomahawk Steak

Credit: Lidl

Lidl also sell classic burgers, sausages and other cuts of meat which you can also grill to perfection if you’re not ready to take on the tomahawk.

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The tomahawk steak will be available nationwide across Lidl’s 760 stores, but it’s only available while stocks last so you might want to get there fast!

If you’re a vegetarian or will be catering for someone who is, we’ve listed 12 vegetarian BBQ ideas to make the most out of outdoor cooking. Trust us, they’re delicious.

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Or, if you just can’t handle a hearty meal in this heat, we’ve got some great summer Sunday lunch recipes for when you want to feast without overheating. We all know the struggle of trying to have a cooked meal when it's scorching outside, and it's not fun.

Whatever you decide to feast on this summer, definitely make the most of that sunshine since we rarely get a chance to see it. Let us know if you try the tomahawk steak for yourself too.

Just make sure you stock up on plenty of sun cream!

Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV,, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.