Cauldron Mushroom Burgers Reviews
Product Type: Cauldron Ready Meals
Description:Type: Vegetarians / Food quality: Organic food / Organically grown mushrooms give these brilliant burgers a really special flavour.
Newest Review: ... and moist taste to them. ABOUT CAULDRON I have tried several products from the Cauldron range and have been impressed so ... more
by - written on 02/12/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I have recently been trying the Cauldron range of vegetarian products as an alternative to Quorn after being impressed by their tofu. I saw these mushroom burgers in my local sainsburys, priced at Ł1.49 for two burgers. This is around the same price as two quorn quarter pounders are but the picture on the packet made them look much more appealing so we decided to give them a go. On taking them out of the packet they looked sort of grey brown and not so appealing but we decided to whack them in the oven and dress them up with burger buns, relish and some salad. Each burger contains only 125 calories and 0.7g of saturated fat which is quite similar to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I am not a vegetarian but I like a good variety of foods and generally I love things like veggie burgers and sausages. I bought these as I love mushrooms and I thought they'd be a change from the usual spicy bean burgers. They were easy to cook and while they are not flat discs, they are pretty compact, making them a bit tougher than some of the really thick ones you can get which crumble apart almost instantly. I had them with a jacket spud and some greek salad and I must say they needed the extra flavours of the salad to make a satisfying meal. They are rather bland. They are pleasant, and well textured, but essentially don't have a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/11, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Since giving up meat several years ago, for the second time, I've been pleasantly surprised at the selection of meat substitute foods that are now to be found in the supermarket as well as in health food stores. There is such a better selection nowadays than there was in the 1970s and 1980s, both in respect of quality and quantity. As I have to cook for omnibvvores and herbivores the discovery of Quorn, and the increase in other meatless food accessibility has made life easier, in the kitchen at least. I have mentioned in previous reviews that, as I cook for meat eaters and non meat eaters, I find that cooking a similar meal for both works best for me as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I am a vegetarian but I love burgers - I'm quite fussy about which ones I eat though as I won't touch the 'fake meat' variety - they have to have a more interesting flavour. I normally stick to spicy bean burgers and the like but I was attracted by these mushroom burgers, especially as Cauldron products were on offer, 3 for 2, at Sainsbury's. I really like the packaging for Cauldron products - although the background is plain there is always an attractive picture of the product and the Cauldron logo in green writing. The label for these states that there are only 125 calories per burger, and all the ingredients are normal natural products and flavouring - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
My love affair with these burgers began when I was looking for something quick and easy to cook for a vegetarian friend who was coming over that night. Normally I'd do a veggie chilli or bolognese, but on this day I couldn't be bothered with cooking as it was so hot, and took a trip to Asda and its veggie chiller cabinet, where these stood out as they were only Ł1. The packaging also appealed to me - a plastic sealed box within a recyclable card (itself made from recycled paper) sleeve in muted cappucino tones with some nice green writing and an artistic little sketch of a mushroom. It also had a photo of a cooked buger, nicely browned, served with some salad ... Read the complete review
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