Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
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Yummy for my tummy Quorn Southern Style Burgers
Quorn Southern Style Burgers
Member Name: Diva1983
Quorn Southern Style Burgers
Advantages: low in calories, delicious, easy to cook
I love food but food doesn't love me-calories can soon build up and the requirement of a gym membership can soon be a 'must' if you eat too many burgers. However a few years ago I went on a quest to find a burger that I could enjoy without worrying too much about calories-and I found that in Quorn Southern Style Burgers.
I am not a vegetarian-yet I love these burgers as they are so delicious.
So what is Quorn? To quote their website:
All Quorn products are made with mycoprotein, a versatile, vegetable protein.
Mycoprotein is the ingredient common to all Quorn products. Mycoprotein is a healthy meat-free form of high quality protein and is also a good source of dietary fibre. It is naturally low in fat and saturated fat.
Quorn is a versatile product that can be used to create mouth watering meals from chilli con carnes to spag bol-the options are endless.
So what does a Quorn Southern Style Burger taste like? A tasty, chicken like burger in a crispy peppery breadcrumb coating. The burger is quite juicy, and not dry like you maybe expect-and with a dollop of lemony mayo and a bit of salad these burgers make a great meal. I've even but them on the BBQ-and have success with them. If you love cheddar then you could always put a slice on to make the burger even more tangy and juicy.
So what is in a Quorn Southern Style Burger:
Quorn burger (66%) [mycoprotein*, free range rehydrated egg white, onion, textured wheat protein (wheat protein, wheat starch), flavourings, milk protein, tapioca starch, gelling agent: pectin], batter (water, wheat flour, salt, raising agents: tetrasodium diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate; citric acid, flavouring, black pepper, pimento, nutmeg & aniseed extracts, hydrogenated vegetable oil; black pepper, colour: paprika extract); breadcrumb (wheat & malt flour, rapeseed & palm oil, salt, sugar, yeast, acetic acid, salt, black pepper), sunflower oil. *35% of product.
Per burger you are looking at 119 calories-bargain!
My final verdict-love these burgers and with summer on it's way they will be making their way onto my meal plans with a nice green leafy salad. I've even chopped them up (into slices) and put them in a wrap with mayo-yummy!
Look out for special offers in larger supermarkets as these can often be found with 50 pence off or even half price.
Available at all good Supermarkets across the UK.
Summary: Great burger, tastes greats and the kids will love them
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