Quorn Crispy Fillets Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Fish
Newest Review: ... was crispy, I turned the oven off. The fillets themselves are close in taste and smell to the Quorn chicken style fillets, ... more
by - written on 10/03/11, updated on 22/02/12 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I buy a lot of the Quorn products but one of my favourites are these Quorn Crispy Fillets. They come in a pack of two and you find them in the freezer bit of the supermarket. The fillets are not a bad size, I find one is plenty enough to have as a meal along with whatever I fancy. I usually have these as a nice treat with some frozen chips and baked beans as it makes a change from all the healthy meals I try to do. You can either cook these fillets in the oven for 20 minutes or you can do them under the grill for 18 minutes. I have never tried grilling them before, I always do them in the oven as I prefer just putting them on and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/10, updated on 08/06/13 (Very useful, 124 readings)
As I don't eat meat, and neither does my daughter (she has recently made this choice) I am always looking for meat free products that I can serve whilst cooking a similar type of food for the rest of the family, who eat meat. This probably sounds daft as Quorn cannot be similar to meat but I think those of you who are vegetarian but still cook meat, will appreciate how much easier it is to serve a chicken style Quorn dish alongside chicken. I find the most difficult thing at meal times is decided what to cook and, when you have veggies and omnivores to cater for things can get confusing. I have tried many Quorn products although I'm usually happy to have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Both myself and my friend whom I am staying with at the moment love Quorn products on the whole. She is a Vegetarian of rather a few years and although I am not it is easier for us both to eat the same things so for the majority of the time I'm eating meat free stuff too and out of all the stuff I've tried to eat Quorn is right up there with the best as far I'm concerned! The Packaging: Dark green and orange box and on the front of it there is a photograph of the Quorn cooked fillets on there and I'm told of course that they are indeed Quorn 2 Crispy Fillets 'Tasty Quorn Fillets in a light crispy batter coating, they'll be smiles all round at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I used to be a vegetarian for about ten years, I stopped when I started cooking for myself and one of the things that I'm very glad about is that I started eating Quorn. Quorn is a mycoprotein, which is a member of the fungi family and although that description probably hasn't got the taste buds tingling I find it's a very nice meat substitute. These days Quorn do a wide range of different meat substitute products and one of these is their crispy fillets. These are basically just a fillet of Quorn, shaped similarly to a chicken breast and covered in a light batter. Packaging These come in packets of two and the packaging design is similar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I read that Quorn is a healthy alternative to meat and low in cholesterol so I thought i would give these a try, I purchased mine from Tesco, they were £2.19 for two which to be honest I thought was a bit pricey. For those who aren't familiar with Quorn: it is a vegetarian product that contains "mycoprotein", which is a foodstuff derived from funghi (mushrooms and the like). Quorn is low in fat, high in protein and has no cholesterol. The ingredients for the Crispy Fillets is Quorn Fillet (69%)[mycoprotein, rehydrated free range egg white, onion, textured wheat protein (wheat protein, wheat starch), flavourings, milk proteins, ... Read the complete review
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