Quorn Chicken Style Dippers Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... challenge for me because I've been a meat eater all my life so I'm doing it gradually. I've found Quorn to be a good source ... more
by - written on 20/02/14 (Very useful, 32 readings)
---Product Information--- I'm having trouble finding these online anywhere, either on the Quorn website or the Asda website, which is where I buy them from. The ingredients list below is from 2010 so I'm not sure how accurate it still is. Ingredients Quorn Dippers (79%)[Mycoprotein*, Rehydrated Free Range Egg White, Onion, Flavourings, Textured Wheat Protein (Wheat Protein, Wheat Starch), Milk Proteins, Vegetable Oil, Tapioca Starch, Gelling Agent: Pectin], Batter (Water, Wheat Flour, Maize Flour, Wheat Starch, Salt, Dextrose, Raising Agents: Tetrasodium Diphosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate; Natural Colour: Curcumin), Vegetable Oil, Rice Flour, *36% of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 174 readings)
When we gave up eating meat, nearly seven years ago, the one thing my daughter said she'd really miss was chicken nuggets. The rest of us were never big fans, but I set out to find an alternative, to keep her happy. Thank goodness for Quorn Chicken Style Dippers. Quorn Dippers are actually a step up from Quorn Nuggets and they taste even better. They are made from a succulent piece of chicken style Quorn, coated in a light, crispy batter. **What is Quorn** Quorn is a mycoprotein and is a member of the fungi family, but it tastes nothing like mushroom. It is high in protein and dietary fibre and contains essential amino acids. Quorn is low ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I regularly buy these from the freezer section of my local tesco due to them being a quick and easy addition to a meal. I prefer them to the chicken style burgers as if I am not too hungry I can just cook a couple and also they have more outer coating on a few of these than one burger(my favourite part)! These can be bought in 320g bags which contain apporximately 16 dippers. They cost £2.19 in tesco. The packaging shows a large picture of the dippers and a dip and has a large orange quorn logo to the upper left hand corner. You can oven cook these or grill these. Personally I prefer to oven cook them as I find that when they are grilled they tend to burn ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/10, updated on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Quorn Chicken Style Dippers! I really like the Quorn and most of their products as I have been a vegetarian for about five years and it has been made a lot easier by the variety and availability of the new Quorn. At first I thought that Quorn would be tasteless and some what like cardboard but I was quite surprised! Quorn does not taste like cardboard like some people said to me before I started eating Quorn. They were really quite wrong! Before I was a vegetarian I had so much choice of what I could eat and people said that I would just be eating vegetables and now with Quorn it is so much easier and quicker to make tasty healthy meals in no time. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have always been dubious of Quorn products, is it even real? Apparently a relative of the fungus family. Mmm a nice plate of fungus and chips for tea please. Actually, it does not look or taste like any kind of fungi, which is probably a relief if you're going to try and push it onto your kids. What is the advantage of eating this stuff then? Well, if you're conscious of eating a meat heavy diet, this might be a vegetarian option. The taste is not too far removed from chicken, although to me it tastes a little synthentic, like you are eating something overly processed. In terms of texture, a knife and fork will slide with carefree ease through the dippers. ... Read the complete review
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