Quorn Lamb Style Grills Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... on top. These can be grilled, oven baked, microwaved or barbecued. I have only ever cooked these in the oven, I never cook ... more
by - written on 10/09/11, updated on 10/09/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Although I am not a Vegetarian I do from time to time consume vegetarian food and fish. Quorn is a firm favourite of mine and something I buy rather alot of and the other day I bought these 2 Lamb Style Grills as they were on offer at a pound a pack in my local Asda store (Usually priced at about £2.00 a pack). The Packaging: The grills come in a black plastic tray with see-through peel back plastic cover over that and a cardboard sleeve that goes over that and slides on and off with complete ease. On the front of the sleeve there is a photograph of the grills and we are told that they are Quorn 2 Lamb Style Grills 'Delicious Quorn Grills Drizzled ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/11 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I have been a vegetarian for awhile now so I'm always on the look out to try new items from Quorn and others in that range. Though these are not brand new, I haven't spotted them before until a couple of weeks ago. Quorn Lamb Style Grills: "Delicious Quorn grills drizzled with rich mint and rosemary glaze" My Findings: I love to have rosemary and mint on my roast potatoes so these grills really appealed to me, and more so that they were on offer for only £1.00. The first couple of times I've had these is for a Sunday dinner with minted gravy which was absolutely scrumptious! Then the last time was with chips and pea's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
As a fan of products that taste scrummy and are low in calories I opted to try these Lamb style grills as there were on offer for £1.00. Sadly I wish I hadn't bothered. I was expecting a tasty, juicy grill with a similar texture and taste to their quorn burgers and unfortunatley all I was left with was a taste of cheap toothpaste! I kid you not, the dried herb coating/marinade is simply put overpowering, and gross. All I could taste was mint-nothing else. I served these grills with mash and couldn't bring myself to finish off the grill. As a previous reviewer has said these grills do taste synthetic-fake fake fake! All the other Quorn products I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/10 (Very useful, 178 readings)
We tried these lamb style grills from the Quorn range a couple of weeks ago and I have to say, for possibly the first time, we were split on whether or not we liked them. I bought a packet of two from my local Asda where they were £1.47, quite good value for what will essentially create a decent meal for both of us. I served these lamb style grills with a green salad and some baby new potatoes but I do think I would try to use them a bit more creatively next time, due to the reaction of my husband, who thought they were pretty bland and uninspiring. Each grill contains 97 calories and 0.4g of saturated fat which makes them a very healthy option and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I have been eating Quorn products for years now, having first tried them whilst I was a Vegetarian. I am no longer a Vegetarian but still eat Quorn products from time to time. Unfortunatley this is mostly limited to when my otehr half is away as he will not eat them; thinks they taste like cardboard. We agree to differ because I love them. Quorn have recently changed their packaging, although the colour theme is stil the same so they do not look too dissimilar the the package shown above. A pack of two Lamb Style Grills can be regularly found on offer at £1. I hae recently bought them from both Asda and Farmfoods at this price and I tend to ... Read the complete review
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