Quorn Burgers Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
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by - written on 06/05/10 (Very useful, 260 readings)
I have been vegetarian for over 7 years now and I have tried a lot of different vegetarian alternatives from all over the quality range. Despite the fact that I am trying to keep my shopping bill down Quorn Burgers are one of the few branded products that I buy before the lower quality ones. Vegetarian alternatives (or just veggie food in general) is known as being bland and most non-vegetarians won't bother with it. However I have found this not to be the case with Quorn burgers. When I lived with my mum most meals she would prepare mine separate (same meal but I would have the veggie alternative) but with these burgers she had them herself as she preferred ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10, updated on 23/06/13 (Very useful, 362 readings)
Staying with my mate in a small caravan (with 4 dogs) was a tricky business for me at first. Not just because of the lack of living space but also because cooking around said space was really, really hard for us. Most of the time (we were away for over a month!) we ate foods that we could prepare with total ease. I'm not Vegetarian but my mate is and no one felt like preparing two seperate meals, things were hard enough so I assumed (at least whilst in the caravan) a Veggie diet! However my mate didn't want to eat soya products and things like that but I was sick of chick bean curries and mung bean bologneses...there's only so much you can take of eating ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/09 (Very useful, 193 readings)
With my husband being veggie I have, over the years, tried most of the available meat substitute products. Of all the 'burger' varieties our personal favourite is the Quorn quarter pounder burger which you can buy either fresh or frozen for around £1.89 for two. Some people, I am aware from reading many reviews on here, have a real issue with vegetarians eating anything which is or claims to be a meat substitute. They tend to think it is somewhat wrong or hypocritical to not eat meat but to want something which feels like or tries to recreate the flavour of meat. I can see what they are saying but to my mind when you have grown up eating meat and meat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/03, updated on 20/08/03 (Very useful, 1682 readings)
When you think of veggie foods, you don’t think they taste like real meat. Well, why should they? They aren’t meat, so how can they taste like meat? Well, I don’t know how it’s done, but Quorn have managed to make burgers that taste exactly like real one’s. I prefer Linda McCartney burgers to these, you see. Linda McCartney burgers don’t taste like real burgers, but are divine. I never was a big fan of burgers when I was non-veggie. I eat them, but never really loved them. But, when I did turn veggie, Linda McCartney burgers were great. There was a hint of burger taste in it, but was much nicer. But then, when I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/12 (Very useful, 225 readings)
Quorn baby Quorn! As you can tell from reading my reviews I'm a huge fan of Quorn products. They really do make being a veggie so much easier and a great healthier alternative to meat. Quorn Sizzling Burgers: 'Tasty meat free Quorn burgers, for healthier teatime meals' My Findings: You have a choice of four options when coming to cook these burgers you can oven, grill, hob and barbeque. I normally oven cook these but in the summer months I do them on the barbeque and they really are delicious. Oven cook: Pre-heat oven & baking tray to 200°C/400°F/Gas Mark 6. Brush the Quorn Burgers with oil, place on a ... Read the complete review
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