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Quorn Family Roast (454g) £1.99 @ Asda

£1.99 @ Asda
Christmas on a budget? Less than 2 quid to feed a family of four on Christmas day. Enjoy!
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Christmas on a budget? Less than 2 quid to feed a family of four on Christmas day. Enjoy!
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15 Likes
qwerta369
Is this halal?
No it's Asda.
12 Likes
Heat added. As an added bonus, buy one Quorn product and get stupid comments from meateaters absolutely free!
7 Likes
For veggies, if you have tried previously when it first came out, it has a new recipie. It is now very moist and juicy.
7 Likes
IamMT
dereklogan7
I think I'd rather eat my slipper. X)
Is it Halal?
No, hush puppy. X)
7 Likes
dereklogan7
IamMT
dereklogan7
I think I'd rather eat my slipper. X)
Is it Halal?
No, hush puppy. X)
I'll not be silenced & don't call me puppy!

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#1
Is this halal?
15 Likes #2
qwerta369
Is this halal?
No it's Asda.
7 Likes #3
For veggies, if you have tried previously when it first came out, it has a new recipie. It is now very moist and juicy.
2 Likes #4
Haggisbasher
For veggies, if you have tried previously when it first came out, it has a new recipe. It is now very moist and juicy.
I find the whole family, veggies and meat eaters alike enjoy it. It goes well in a sandwich with Brown sauce on Boxing Day as well!
1 Like #5
IamMT
Haggisbasher
For veggies, if you have tried previously when it first came out, it has a new recipe. It is now very moist and juicy.
I find the whole family, veggies and meat eaters alike enjoy it. It goes well in a sandwich with Brown sauce on Boxing Day as well!


It is very nice on toasted bread
#6
Haggisbasher
IamMT
Haggisbasher
For veggies, if you have tried previously when it first came out, it has a new recipe. It is now very moist and juicy.
I find the whole family, veggies and meat eaters alike enjoy it. It goes well in a sandwich with Brown sauce on Boxing Day as well!


It is very nice on toasted bread
I shall try it!
2 Likes #7
I love this on xmas day!
2 Likes #8
Its lush just eaten one actually, :) Im a veggie and its a delight just like Id imagine chicken to be and smells quite similar too once Ive roasted it I keep nibbling !!!!!!!
1 Like #9
Yum yum,.........love this thx
4 Likes #10
I think I'd rather eat my slipper. X)
4 Likes #11
dereklogan7
I think I'd rather eat my slipper. X)
Is it Halal?
7 Likes #12
IamMT
dereklogan7
I think I'd rather eat my slipper. X)
Is it Halal?
No, hush puppy. X)
7 Likes #13
dereklogan7
IamMT
dereklogan7
I think I'd rather eat my slipper. X)
Is it Halal?
No, hush puppy. X)
I'll not be silenced & don't call me puppy!
#14
qwerta369
Is this halal?


Yes, all Quorn items are halal, as they are meat-free.
1 Like #15
Much easier to carve than a turkey too.
6 Likes #16
I feel sorry for your family, I really do.
1 Like #17
Thanks for reminding me as I keep forgetting to pick one up, I love it cold in sandwiches as well as hot on my roast dinner
12 Likes #18
Heat added. As an added bonus, buy one Quorn product and get stupid comments from meateaters absolutely free!
2 Likes #19
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anthony212
qwerta369
Is this halal?


Yes, all Quorn items are halal, as they are meat-free.



This quorn item is halal, but a lot of their other meals contain wine and are not, u need to read the packet
2 Likes #20
Just spotted they are doing a roast beef version of this roast as well
#21
Haggisbasher
Just spotted they are doing a roast beef version of this roast as well
I think it's Tesco only and a bit pricier - £3? Haven't tried it...
2 Likes #22
Being vegetarian is a sensible thing to do.

Feeding your kids quorn is not.
1 Like #23
The juices from it make a delicious gravy
1 Like #24
I don't imagine it'll taste anything like a roast turkey, but I'm sure it'll do nicely with some veg and gravy.
Will give it a go this year.
Heat added :)
#25
DibCochrane
Being vegetarian is a sensible thing to do.

Feeding your kids quorn is not.

Why not?
1 Like #26
Try stir frying it with turnip and marmalade. Delicious.
1 Like #27
hot deal - sell out everywhere in the run up to christmas
#28
DibCochrane
Being vegetarian is a sensible thing to do.

Feeding your kids quorn is not.

Making your kids vegetarian is not sensible either.
#29
DibCochrane
Being vegetarian is a sensible thing to do.

Feeding your kids quorn is not.
http://i914.photobucket.com/albums/ac341/fox2020plus/malspeechless.gif
1 Like #30
Don't know about those roast beef ones but the standard ones were £2 in tesco the other day too.
2 Likes #31
I wouldn't make my kids vegetarians but if they chose to be that would be fine.

As for the processed muck quorn, eat vegetables. Better for you, less likely to have any side effects or allergies. Nothing secretive about veg either. And veg actually tastes good.

Myself, I love meat too much to be veggie. I just wouldn't have the willpower.
#32
They're not people, they're hippies!







;)
1 Like #33
IamMT
qwerta369
Is this halal?
No it's Asda.

Here we go again with qwerta369's very predictive question that died a death many moons ago!!! Numpty........:(
1 Like #34
Haggisbasher
Just spotted they are doing a roast beef version of this roast as well

Great deal for the roast. Got one of these and the roast beef version for our crimbo feast. Can not wait..... :3
#35
Here's an alternative to the traditional Quorn Roast...

http://goodtoknow.media.ipcdigital.co.uk/111/000001582/a430_orh220w334/quorn-roast-easter-stacks.jpg

http://www.goodtoknow.co.uk/recipes/196431/Roast-Quorn-stacks
3 Likes #36
Gball
DibCochrane
Being vegetarian is a sensible thing to do.

Feeding your kids quorn is not.

Making your kids vegetarian is not sensible either.

As opposed to letting your kids regularly stuff their faces with toxic artery clogging muck from Mickey D's KFCruelty and Murder King washed down by oceans of sugar laden teeth rotting pop?
4 Likes #37
jcvanshazam
Gball
DibCochrane
Being vegetarian is a sensible thing to do.Feeding your kids quorn is not.
Making your kids vegetarian is not sensible either.
As opposed to letting your kids regularly stuff their faces with toxic artery clogging muck from Mickey D's KFCruelty and Murder King washed down by oceans of sugar laden teeth rotting pop?

You assume every kid that's not a vegetarian stuffs their face with fast food.

How strange.
2 Likes #38
DibCochrane
You assume every kid that's not a vegetarian stuffs their face with fast food.

But 99% of them do, don't they?


;)
1 Like #39
cb-uk
DibCochrane
You assume every kid that's not a vegetarian stuffs their face with fast food.
But 99% of them do, don't they?;)

Indeed.

Mind you, chicken nuggets and quorn are pretty much the same thing. Both processed muck.

Bon Appetite.
2 Likes #40
DibCochrane
cb-uk
DibCochrane
You assume every kid that's not a vegetarian stuffs their face with fast food.
But 99% of them do, don't they?;)

Indeed.

Mind you, chicken nuggets and quorn are pretty much the same thing. Both processed muck.

Bon Appetite.
I guess you're not a fan of Quorn chicken nuggets! ;)

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