Quorn Fillets Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... have them cold, they are high in protein so as my daughter has a long wait until her dinner on a school day I cook them in ... more
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 986 readings)
I was brought up eating meat and consumed it on a daily basis, right up until nearly seven years ago, when for ethical reasons, I decided to give it up for good. I did enjoy the taste of meat and worried that I would miss it too much and would find it difficult to stick to my meat free diet. That was until I found Quorn and realised what a large amount of products were available in their range. Quorn is a mycoprotein and is a member of the fungi family. It is high in protein and dietary fibre and also contains essential amino acids. Quorn is low in fat and calories and has zero cholesterol. Quorn fillets are one of those essential ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 597 readings)
I was a vegetarian for over ten years, but as my family grew, so did their demands for meals and also my time, and I found it increasingly impossible to cook separate meals for myself, so I gradually began to eat meat again as it was a lot easier, but one vegetarian item that has remained a staple in my diet is Quorn. Quorn is made from mycroprotein, which is a member of the funghi family. It is very low in fat, very high in protein and fibre, and it is classically a substitute for chicken. Quorn pieces were my usual choice when I was a vegetarian and I always enjoyed eating them, but recently I noticed Quorn fillets, and I think that they are even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/11 (Very useful, 155 readings)
I'm a vegetarian and always use Quorn but when I ran out of Quorn chicken pieces which I usually use in risotto's & chicken curries I tried these and they were a sucess! Although they do NOT work in the George Foreman grill, they just go dry and burn so be warned! I use these in chicken curries and risotto as mentioned before I use defrost them in the microwave for a minute then chop them up and either fry them for a minute then throw them in the sauce and allow them to cook for 10 minutes, they absorb the flavour perfectly and are moist and much more versatile than chicken pieces! I highly recommend these, even the other 5 people in my house who are all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/12 (Very useful, 172 readings)
Some people think quorn is bland and to be honest some of it is and these fillets are one of those things. But I still like them. I have tried these fillets with roast potatoes and veg and they don't go. I find if you want them as a hot meal you need to cook them in a sauce with a good flavouring. I now cook these and have them cold, they are high in protein so as my daughter has a long wait until her dinner on a school day I cook them in the oven wiith a bit of pepper on and she has them cold as a snack and I too sometimes take them to work like this. Protein is the best thing to keep you fuller for longer. These can be bought from most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10 (Useful, 71 readings)
I started eating Quorn fillets for the first time probably about 8 years ago when I met my boyfriend (now my husband). Unlike me, he does not eat any meat, and when we started living together about 7 years ago, I gradually bought less and less meat. It can sometimes be quite difficult to dream up interesting, tasty and quick vegetarian meals from scratch, and over the years, I have found Quorn fillets to be the perfect substitute for meat protein in our diet. Unlike meat, Quorn fillets can be cooked from frozen. As a meat eater, I would say that this product really does smell and taste like chicken. The only thing is that the texture is probably quite different, but to .. Read the complete review
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