Quorn Chicken Style Pieces Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Vegetarian / Perfect for stir fries, curries, casseroles and all your favourite recipes. Suitable for vegetarians.
Newest Review: ... I think is good value and it is obviously much cheaper than real chicken! The Quorn pieces are a pale beige colour. The ... more
by - written on 11/09/07 (Very useful, 1406 readings)
I want to rave about something. Little did I know that Quorn could taste this good. I have been against these types of food, and my bias was based on past experience of chewing those products which purport to be good for you, whilst tasting like rubber. Quorn has advanced and in an effort to help supply the protein that my vegetarian husband lacked within his diet, we have been tasting all the different kinds of Quorn available on the market. With this product, what you see is what you get, and it really did shock me. The product comes either in boxes or sachets costing around the £2.00 mark for 350 grams. It doesn't sound like good value when you look at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/08 (Very useful, 245 readings)
When I was about fifteen, I did what a lot of teenagers do and became vegetarian. It didn't last long - I liked bacon sandwiches too much - but while I was a veggie my mum used to give me Quorn pieces. When I was in the supermarket a few weeks ago there was a special offer on Quorn pieces (now re-labelled Chicken Style Pieces, as they also have Beef Mince Style Quorn as well) and I thought I'd give them another go. If you've not tried Quorn before, it is a low fat, high protein vegetarian alternative to meat made from mycoprotein - a member of the fungi family. Quorn doesn't taste of mushrooms though, in fact it doesn't really taste of anything, but it can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/08 (Useful, 110 readings)
I used to be a really fussy eater and had a really limited repetoire of what I would actually eat so when I first heard about Quorn I though that it sounded revolting and there was no way that I would like it. Quorn is a mycoprotein which basically means that it is a source of protein made from mushrooms but it does not taste like mushrooms. It is a vegetarian alternative to meat but the fact that it contains egg means it is unsuitable for vegans. It is low fat and low calorie so also suitable for those who want to watch their figure. The Quorn pieces are small in size, textured and flavoured so that they have a light & delicious meaty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/08 (Useful, 110 readings)
My mom is a vegetarian, and while im not one i dont really eat much meat. I am a keen chef and my mom once bought some quorn for me to experiment with so she could taste my food. Quorn is actually made with out of a member of the fungi family, called Mycoprotein. Mycoprotein is very low in fat content, therefore is also good for a meat eater on a diet! With only 103calories per 100g its really motivating to eat! Not only that but it also has a high fibre content, which is important for those with diabetes or high colesteral! Quorn Chicken Style pieces also taste really good and are so versatile. You can do almost any dish with them, some good ones ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I have to admit that I don't really get vegetarians who eat quorn that is pretending to be meat, and I'm a bit confused at meat-eaters eating quorn pretending to be meat also. It kind of doesn't make sense to me. Either eat Quorn that isn't pretending to be chicken.....or eat chicken(!), but this is just my personal bug bear! Anyway, a few months ago, my daughter went through a 3 week phase of being vegetarian (it lasted 3 weeks and 1 day so I wouldn't say she was overly committed!). I did struggle to know what to cook her - and so when I saw the Quorn Chicken Style Pieces I thought I'd get them so I could make a sweet and sour stir fry for her. A packet of ... Read the complete review
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