Quorn Steak Strips Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... bite but after having a few mouthfuls I am left with what I call the universal Quorn aftertaste. This is the taste of the ... more
by - written on 10/02/11 (Very useful, 146 readings)
I don't know what I would do in my house if it were not for Quorn products. My husband is a pescatarian and I do not eat fish so between us we are forced to eat a mainly vegetarian diet. I find quorn products are ideal for providing protein in a versatile and generally quite tasty way and these steak strips are a great new addition to the range. Quorn seems to have gone up in price over the last year or so (along with pretty much every other type of food stuff) and where a 300g bag like this used to cost around £1.30 it is now around £1.80. It is well worth watching out for offers, recently Asda had these for £1 a bag and I tend to buy in bulk whenever they ... Read the complete review
by WackoStepho - written on 27/08/10
I love the Quorn range as being vegetarian it helps me to get some much needed protein in to my diet. These Quorn Steak Strips come in a bag as pictured with 1/4 of a packet being around 78 calories if I remember correctly. The first time I ate them I didn't bother to read the back of the packet, I ovened them and ate them with chips but they turned in to chewey charcoal despite me cooking them for the allotted time. I then read the back and discovered that they are best cooked in a sauce so I used some to make a stir-fry. I cooked them in a pan on the hob and made my own concoction using chillis and some chinese five spice amongst other things, again I'm not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/10 (Very useful, 421 readings)
Being vegetarian, and needing to get protein from somewhere, I eat quite a lot of Quorn. Vegetarian ranges tend to be rather same-y in the types of products available, so when a new product appears I usually give it a try if only for a little variety. Quorn have been producing beef-style mince and chicken-style pieces, fillets and roasts for years - and these have improved a lot in that time; to begin with any product which included Quorn always tasted more of Quorn than it did of anything else, and if you overcooked the roast even slightly, you could have played tennis with the results - and they have now added frozen steak strips to the range. According to the blurb, .. Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/12, updated on 25/06/12 (Very useful, 170 readings)
I have recently been enjoying lots of stir fries because they are quick to cook when I come home from work. When I saw that Quorn manufacture some frozen steak style strips, I decided to try them as I thought that they could add a different flavour to the dishes, along with extra protein. Like all Quorn products, they are actually made of a mycroprotein, which is a member of the fungi family. There are obviously intended to taste like steak, and it is suggested you use them in the same way as the regular kind. For example in stroganoff or with noodles, as well as stir fried. You can cook them in the microwave, or on the hob if you don't fry them but in ... Read the complete review
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