Asda Meat Free Burger Mix Reviews
Product Type: Asda Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... , Soya Flour , Salt , Onion Powder (1.5%) , Dried Onion (1.0%) , Barley Malt Extract Powder , Garlic Powder . If you're ... more
by - written on 17/12/11 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Being a vegan family we thought we would diversify our lunch menu a bit and instead of reaching for the nacho burgers from Asda, we bought this burger mix. On first bite I was reminded of my vegetarian phase as a child and munching on Quorn burgers, well these burgers have the same taste as Quorn burgers circa 1995. They are currently in Asda at 82p for a packet - brilliant value compare to the frozen burgers you might buy otherwise. On the packet there is a rather plump burger on a bun - well, these bad boys match up to their promise and plump up rather nicely. In saying that we make 4 burgers from this mix but I think they'd plump up regardless. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/11 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I have been vegetarian now for well over two years and although i do not tend to miss meat all that much i am always keen to try any meat substitute products, even more so as the barbeque season approaches. Having munched my way through several meat free products and being bitterly disappointed on may occasions, i have definately found a winner here. You can find this mix in the general grocery isle alongside lentils and such dry items, and each 175g pack is priced at only 82p. It is so simple to make, simply requires 285ml of cold water which you mix in well and leave to stand for ten mins before forming into burger shapes and frying (or bbq) for 8-10 mins. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/10 (Very useful, 168 readings)
Asda Chargrill Style Meat Free Burger Mix, is an excellent vegetarian burger mix, which offers great taste and even better value for money. At 78p for 8 small burgers (or 4 big ones - which is how I make them), it is much cheaper than other vegetarian burgers such as Quorn or Linda McCartney, and in my opinion tastes a whole lot better too. The burgers are very easy to make. You simply pour out the mix (which consists in the main part of dried textured soya protein) into a bowl and add 285ml of cold water. Leave to stand for 10 minutes so the mix absorbs the water. Give it a quick stir when you come back and then shape the mixture into burger shapes. ... Read the complete review
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