Quorn Just Add Beef Style Chilli Reviews
Product Type: Quorn Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Quorn / Type: Chilli
Newest Review: ... meals. To make the quorn chilli you need to add a tin of tomatoes to the mix in the packet and then simmer for twenty ... more
by - written on 13/10/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I often eat quorn products because they are generally healthier and cheaper than meat based dishes but taste wise they can be a bit hit and miss. One of my new favourites from the quorn frozen range is the beef style chilli. The chilli comes in a 400g packet in the freezer, I buy it for just £1 from Farmfoods and have yet to see it in supermarkets. This is an incredible bargain as inside the packet is enough food to make four main meals. To make the quorn chilli you need to add a tin of tomatoes to the mix in the packet and then simmer for twenty minutes or so. I generally add a tin of tomatoes to half a packet of the chilli and think it would be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I love meat free options of food. Not because I'm anti meat at all but because I love vegetables really. I spotted this on offer in Asda recently (for a pound a bag) and previously trying and rather enjoying Quorn products in the past and loving chilli as much as I do I decided that I should try a bag of it and cook some rice with it one night for tea! Seemed a simple meal idea to me anyway lol. The Packaging: Plastic bag with a photograph of the chilli on the front and we are told that it is Quorn 'Just Add Chopped Tomatoes to create a delicious' Beef Style Chilli and that it is seasoned and spice, makes a healthier meal in 12 minutes, ... Read the complete review
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