Granose Meat Free Burger Mix Reviews
Product Type: Granose Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Granose / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... The sachets are clear and look like a bag of biscuit crumbs. On smelling inside the bag there is a slight smell that reminds ... more
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Granose Meat Free Burger Mix 174g
Granose Meat - free Burger Mix 174g Granose has a 100 year histor ...
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
Granose Meat Free Burger Mix 174 g (Pack of6)
It replaces the realeat and direct foods burger mixes that we hav ...
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
by - written on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 257 readings)
Granose meat-free Burger mix have been around for a good few years. I remember buying them way back,so when I saw them on b.o.g.o.f. a few months ago I thought I would give them a try. My daughter being the only true veggie was keen to try these ( I'm virtually meat-free now!) as they are approved by the vegetarian society! This product comes in a green box with the granose logo on the front and a cooking suggestion on the back this one being serve with potato wedges. You will find on opening the box that there is two sachets in side, each weighing 87g. It suggests that out of each sachet you can get 4 burgers, but if I remember right it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 314 readings)
When this first came out, I was fairly annoyed. These were to replace the original "sosmix", (Which was delicious!) but Granose has bought them over and discontinued it. They aimed to replace it but something must have gone wrong. You can go to your local Holand & Barret or wherever and ask them what people have thought about this and 99 times out of 100 they will say it isn't as good. I still wish that Sosmix was still around but seeing as this was the closest thing to it, I learned to sort of like it. My main real issue between the two is that this "Granose Mix" tastes so plain. Sosmix was niceee :S Ok so I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
I'm not a vegetarian, but like having mixes such as these in stock for easy dinners and snacks when it's getting to the end of the week and my fridge is bare of proper fresh foods! How to prepare: The burger mix comes in two sachets, a powder and dried food mix to which you add water. The packet gives instructions as to the amount of water to add, but since a sachet would make enough for two people (approximately four small burger shapes) I use half a sachet and guesstimate the amounts! Pour the dried mix into a bowl, and cover with water, stirring, until the mix is sticky and wet. Form into balls and flatten before frying or grilling to cook. I fry mine ... Read the complete review
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