Quorn Bacon Style Rashers Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... been going since the 1980's but has recently become more popular as word has spread and their range has expanded. They are ... more
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 169 readings)
Quorn is a vegetarian substitute to meat and is brilliant quality and very tasty. This quorn bacon tastes lovely. It is in the freezer section of supermarkets and costs between £2-£2.50. It has 8 pieces inside on a gold piece of card. I usually cook mine in the frying pan and it has it's own taste rather than tasting like meat as that's not really what a vegetarian is after. Most people say "well it doesn't even taste like bacon" that's because if us vegetarians wanted something that tasted of bacon, we'd not be vegetarians. I have been for 11 years, and my reason being was i don't like the chewy texture of meat. i'm only 21, started at 10 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Being a vegetarian, I was delighted when Quorn appeared on the market. There is now a huge range of Quorn products and more are appearing all the time. What is Quorn? All Quorn products are made with mycoprotein, which is a high quality vegetable protein. It is naturally low in both fat and saturated fat and also has zero cholesterol. Quorn can be cooked in a similar way to meat but it is much quicker to cook. Quorn's Bacon Style rashers are great and have a light smokey flavour, which is very tasty. For best results, they should be cooked from frozen. I like to fry mine and this only takes 2 minutes on each side but they can also be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/09 (Very useful, 153 readings)
In the 1960s, extensive research was undertaken to try and find an alternative to meat as it was envisaged that the huge population growth of the time could result in a shortage. The aim was to find a vegetable with a high source of protein and also a similar texture to meat. A member of the fungi family fulfilled this criteria and came to be known as Mycoprotein. All Quorn products are made with Mycoprotein. This is actually better for you than meat because it is high in protein, but also low in fat. The calorific value of two rashers, which you might say is one portion, is only a mere 76 calories. This product retails at £1.99 from Tesco, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 137 readings)
I'm not a vegetarian but lately I've been trying various Quorn products! Quorn is a brand of non meat foods such as mince and chicken. One of the products I've recently tried is the Quorn style bacon rashers. Quorn products are available in all supermarkets such as Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's. depending on what product it is you are buying, they can be found in the freezers, or in the refrigerators. They are easy to spot though and stand out nicely on the shelf. The bacon rashers are found in the freezers alongside all of the other quorn frozen products. They are really easy to find and are usually on the bottom shelf. It comes sold in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 167 readings)
As I'm sure you know by now, I'm dieting and have been for some time. For this reason I have been trying more Quorn products as they are naturally low in fat and I have been surprisingly impressed by some of their range, I have meant to try their Bacon Style Rashers for some time and finally got around to it last week - but will I buy them again? Well, no, probably not is the honest answer to that. While I enjoyed the bacon sandwiches I made with the eight rashers in this packet I don't honestly feel they are great value for money and would much rather eat the Mattessons Turkey Rashers that I have become accustomed to over the months. I have tried ... Read the complete review
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