Quorn Mini Savoury Eggs Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... found that these Mini Eggs are not available everywhere which is annoying. Sometimes I find the Quorn range in supermarkets ... more
by - written on 20/10/09, updated on 08/05/13 (Very useful, 182 readings)
Introduction and reason for purchase I first decided to become a vegetarian at around age 15 as I didn't like fish at all and ate little in the way of meat so decided to cut it out completely. When I reached my early twenties I started craving bacon and chicken and so became a bit of a lapsed version of my former self, though mainly I stuck to my vegetarian diet as it was what I preferred and even now age 37 I only tend to eat meat and fish once or twice a week with most of my meals centering around vegetarian alternatives with Quorn playing a major part in my diet. My family are all meat eaters though do like most Quorn products that I buy, and in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/13 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I have been trying to make the most of the summer weather when it has been with us which for me means lots of walks and picnics. Waitrose is my nearest supermarket so they have done quite well out of me when I suddenly decide to have a meal outdoors. Thankfully their selection of vegetarian snack foods is a good one and one of our regular purchases this year has been the Quorn Mini Savoury eggs. These are a sort of vegetarian Scotch egg with the sausage meat replaced by the Quorn mycroprotein - a member of the fungi family like mushrooms. This is naturally high in fibre and protein and low in fat, according to Quorn themselves. For this reason, the family members in my . Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I have tried quite a lot of Quorn products, as I am not that keen on meat, and tend to choose Vegetarian options fairly often. One of the Quorn products that I had not tried was the Mini Savoury Eggs, so when I saw them in my local Sainsbury's, I thought I would give them a try. They cost £1.99 for a pack containing twelve eggs. This seems quite expensive, as the pack only contains 240g, but Quorn products can often be found at a reduced price, or on special offer. Quorn is made from Mycoprotein, which is a nutritious member of the fungi family. It is naturally low in fat (less than 3%) and high in protein and fibre. Each mini savoury egg weighs 20g, and has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
We just call these scotch eggs in our house as we never have the real ones, so it's easier to call them what they are a copy off. I won't go into what quorn is etc as most of you will know and I have done other reviews on quorn products. These are sold in packs of twelve and have become more expensive like everything else. The price now is around £2.49 per pack which is quite expensive but I think most vege stuff is more expensive than meat products. The scotch eggs come in a plastic packaging with a film lid over it. Once you open the pack and lift one out all you can see and feel is the breadcrumbs. Once you bite into it you will get the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/13 (Very useful, 21 readings)
The eggs come in a plastic tray with a plastic seal of a lid. Each egg sits neatly in it's own little hole. One thing which I do not like about the packaging is the fact that once they packet has been opened then it does not seal very well afterwards and so the 'air' can get to the eggs which doesn't keep them so fresh which is annoying. These Quorn Savoury Mini Eggs are basically a vegetarian version of scotch eggs. They are very attractive to look at consisting of a round shape which is smothered in golden breadcrumbs. You can only see the centre once you have bit into the egg; you then see a greyish colour which is the mycoprotein which pretends to be the ... Read the complete review
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