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ASDA Meat Free Mince (454g) £1.50 now any 2 for £2.00 @ Asda

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ASDA Meat Free Mince (454g) £1.50 now any 2 for £2.00 Suitable for Vegetarians. Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (97%) , Seasoning [Salt, Sugar, Maltodextrin, Black Pepper, Sunflower Oil, Stabil… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
ASDA Meat Free Mince (454g) £1.50 now any 2 for £2.00

Suitable for Vegetarians.

Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (97%) , Seasoning [Salt, Sugar, Maltodextrin, Black Pepper, Sunflower Oil, Stabiliser (Acacia Gum), Flavouring] , Barley Malt Extract

ASDA Meat Free Meatballs (400g) was £1.50 now any 2 for £2.00

Suitable for Vegetarians.

Contains: Barley, Eggs, Soya.
May Contain: Sesame.

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Ingredients

Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein , Soya Protein Concentrate , Barley Malt Extract , Dried Onions (3.4%) , Yeast Extracts , Sugar , Onion Powder , Salt , Garlic Powder , Herbs [Thyme, Parsley] , Black Pepper , Rapeseed Oil , Free Range Egg White Powder , Stabiliser (Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose) .
Vegetarian 8 Meat Free Burgers

Suitable for Vegetarians.

Contains: Barley, Eggs, Soya.
May Contain: Sesame.

Free From: Artificial Colours, Artificial Flavours.

Ingredients

Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (83%) , Soya Protein Isolate , Rapeseed Oil , Egg White Powder , Dried Onions , Stabiliser (Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose) , Barley Malt Extract , Seasoning [Sugar, Salt, Maltodextrin, Black Pepper, Flavouring] .
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I'm NOT a vegetarian but have been trying a few of the cheaper own brand in Asda. So far so good but don't see why I shouldn't make my own meatballs so here goes tonight.
#2
Does it taste like the quorn one
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loveszebargains
Does it taste like the quorn one

I doubt it. Completely different type of food (Mycoprotein vs Soya Protein).
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loveszebargains
Does it taste like the quorn one

No, unfortunately not. I use Quorn regularly and tried this once instead, hoping it would be just as good, but it really wasn't great! There were a lot of leftovers that night for some reason oO

Edited By: Psychobunni on Feb 13, 2017 18:10
#5
rubberbullets
I'm NOT a vegetarian but have been trying a few of the cheaper own brand in Asda. So far so good but don't see why I shouldn't make my own meatballs so here goes tonight.

Well good luck making MEAT balls from MEAT free mince ;)
#6
Biggunspaul
rubberbullets
I'm NOT a vegetarian but have been trying a few of the cheaper own brand in Asda. So far so good but don't see why I shouldn't make my own meatballs so here goes tonight.
Well good luck making MEAT balls from MEAT free mince ;)

Hi all had a go at making the meatballs and some sausage patties.

Not the greatest success I've ever had in the kitchen but all in all NOT too bad. NOT overly impressed with quality of the mince but it was edible. I don't think it was really worth a £1 per pound but then meat Isn’t either.

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