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Quorn 'mince' and 'chicken pieces' £1.00 @ Tesco

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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Delicious Quorn Pieces - cook straight from frozen for a speedy stir-fry, curry & other tasty recipes.

With Quorn foods you can rustle up delicious meals for the family in next to no time. Plus, all of our products are made from mycoprotein, which is naturally low in fat & high in protein so you'll feel great too. Quorn, Eat Qlever.

TASTY MEAL IDEAS.

Why not try Quorn Mince with your favourite Bolognese sauce?


Sorry still unsure how to attch a pic, if anyone would be kind enough to tell me how?!
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#1
Fab, thanks - i go through bags of this!
#2
Yeah me too. I love it for when your stuck for ideas, unlike meat you can just take it straight out of the freezer and its cooked in a few minutes, Perfect for stirfrys and curry! And Low fat!
#3
I use the mince quite alot, great for Slimming world Green days :thumbsup:
#4
Great deal cheers OP will stock up on these
#5
Delicious Quorn


Now there's 2 words I'd never thought I'd see in the same sentence:?

I love veggies, it means more bacon butties and steaks for me :-D
#6
That's a very good price for industrially-processed slime mould. Heat added. (But I wouldn't eat it!)
#7
Mmmmm...... lovely animal shaped vegetable:whistling:
#8
spionkop
That's a very good price for industrially-processed slime mould. Heat added. (But I wouldn't eat it!)


Nicer than mechanically reclaimed animal bits! ;-)
#9
spionkop;6978367
That's a very good price for industrially-processed slime mould. Heat added. (But I wouldn't eat it!)

I take it you are not a veggie, and if not, have you ever eaten a hot dog?

http://www.foodforchange.org.uk/wp-content/themes/gazette/thumb.php?src=http://www.foodforchange.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/mrm.jpg&h=57&w=100&zc=1&q=95

It's not ice cream, it's Mechanically Recovered Meat (MRM) (the “slurry” that comes off the bones when you put it through a machine) and other nastiness such as skin, connective tissue, fat and hearts, which goes into burgers, hot dogs and many other processed meat products!

Give me industrially-processed slime mould anyday!
#10
col11
Mmmmm...... lovely animal shaped vegetable:whistling:


So true, I can't count the amount of mince shaped animals I see in fields...:whistling:
#11
P.S. Am I the only person who is beyond bored of people posting 'why use meat shapes???' or 'it's slime and mould' in every single quorn deal??

Seriously, it's old now, get a new bandwagon.
#12
woodstock
I take it you are not a veggie, and if not, have you ever eaten a hot dog?

http://www.foodforchange.org.uk/wp-content/themes/gazette/thumb.php?src=http://www.foodforchange.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/mrm.jpg&h=57&w=100&zc=1&q=95

It's not ice cream, it's Mechanically Recovered Meat (MRM) (the “slurry” that comes off the bones when you put it through a machine) and other nastiness such as skin, connective tissue, fat and hearts, which goes into burgers, hot dogs and many other processed meat products!

Give me industrially-processed slime mould anyday!


Sits back and waits for the inevitable 'Mmm, slurry' reply,
#13
I love my meat, but quorn chicken fajitas are incredible.
#14
Wotan
P.S. Am I the only person who is beyond bored of people posting 'why use meat shapes???' or 'it's slime and mould' in every single quorn deal??

Seriously, it's old now, get a new bandwagon.


comes up everytime someone posts a quorn deal. I'm a meat eater but also eat Quorn, cheers OP!
#15
I must be honest, I can barely tell the difference between quorn scotch eggs and some of the real ones.

Those of you guys eating the mince, it does seem abit expensive. You're better off getting used to eating soya instead, much cheap if you buy the dried stuff.
#16
Thanks for a great find, I love Quorn. It's a bit rich for meat eaters to turn their noses up at myco-protein when you think about what goes into meat pies and sausages - brains, pancreas, sex organs (male & female), faces, intestines, connective tissue, gristle, skin etc. Now that is really yuck!

Or do most meat eaters think they are only eating the best cuts in their meat pies?!?
#17
Fab deal.
Being brought up Veggie i know no different, meat eaters or handling meat doesnt phase me, why fix something thats not broke, im healthy the way i am so why start eating meat now at 22 :D Would also rather know what im eating than to assume its good stuff :P

Thanks again for the post ^_^ H&R
#18
Gonna stock up on the chicken style pieces, the missus loves to cook stirfrys using them. Just created some room in the freezer!

Heat added.
#19
mpwheatley
Thanks for a great find, I love Quorn. It's a bit rich for meat eaters to turn their noses up at myco-protein when you think about what goes into meat pies and sausages - brains, pancreas, sex organs (male & female), faces, intestines, connective tissue, gristle, skin etc. Now that is really yuck!

Or do most meat eaters think they are only eating the best cuts in their meat pies?!?


Sex organs? really? and theres me thinking its a legal requirement for all that kind of stuff t ro be removed, dyed and disposed of correctly in the slaughterhouse with a government appointed inspector overlooking and approving each animal during the whole process

i know my sausages are made with prime cuts and come from a pig called barry from a field up the road.

its the same as those kebab meats, people say its made out of crap, but i bet 99.9% of people have never seen one being made, having worked in the catering industry for a while what peoples perceptions are and what actually happens are two different things.

in the majority of cases its all prime cuts that is minced with spices added, nothing more nothing less.

but hey lets not let the facts get in the way of veggies having a moan about how meat eaters stuff their faces with ars*holes, ears and lips
#20
Wotan
P.S. Am I the only person who is beyond bored of people posting 'why use meat shapes???' or 'it's slime and mould' in every single quorn deal??

Seriously, it's old now, get a new bandwagon.


Not just you, I fully agree. Think some people need to get a life. And realise that there are many reasons for which people are/become veggie none of which are his/her business lol
#21
thanks - i'm gonna stock up on the mince, me nor my family are veggies but we all love the mince & its so quick & easy to use. Not so keen on the chicken pieces tho
#22
Heat added - thanks. Will be stocking up.
#23
Heat....!!
#24
Heat & rep

We do eat meat, but have quorn quite often. The only thing is it makes my son puke for England! Apparently it is quite a common side effect
#25
Been eating Quorn for years, usually a couple of quid.
#26
oh at that price, i might buy it so i cna try it.
Just joined slimming world so shoudl help me on green days
#27
Cheers! Never been a vegi. We all love our meat in this house but am gonna stock up. I'm on a diet and this is great. Especially the mince for spagbol and it lasts longer and is cheaper than normal mince. A bag does me and hubby about 3 times.
Also like the chicken nugget & dippers. My 8n year old can;t tell the difference. A lot more healthier than normal nuggets too and a lot less fat!
I also sometimes have the chicken fillets with my sunday roast. Nice with cranburry sauce and you can do them in the micro in minutes.
Have tried a curry with the chicken bits but not to kean on it as it doesn;t have the bite. Ok though for quickness. :o)

Anyway, only meant to put I'll be getting some and to say thanks lol. :thumbsup:
#28
waterdragon3344
Sex organs? really? and theres me thinking its a legal requirement for all that kind of stuff t ro be removed, dyed and disposed of correctly in the slaughterhouse with a government appointed inspector overlooking and approving each animal during the whole process

i know my sausages are made with prime cuts and come from a pig called barry from a field up the road.

its the same as those kebab meats, people say its made out of crap, but i bet 99.9% of people have never seen one being made, having worked in the catering industry for a while what peoples perceptions are and what actually happens are two different things.

in the majority of cases its all prime cuts that is minced with spices added, nothing more nothing less.

but hey lets not let the facts get in the way of veggies having a moan about how meat eaters stuff their faces with ars*holes, ears and lips


Agreed that its been proven kebabs tend to be made from decent cuts of meat despite public perception.
However most hot dogs, frozen burgers and some meat in pies is mechanically reclaimed and will contain parts you'd rather not know about!
#29
telerijj
oh at that price, i might buy it so i cna try it.
Just joined slimming world so shoudl help me on green days


If you've never tried it before just be aware that this stuff can make you violently sick after the 2nd time of using it , IF you are allergic to it, unfortunatly there is no way of telling until you eat some.

Should come with some sort of warning.

Hot deal if you can eat it :-)
#30
Chicken pieces at Asda same price by the way guys :)
#31
I am not a veggie but have tried a few of the quorn food stuff.
After joining slimming world started to get right into it as is a easy and fat free meal.
Will defo be going to pick some of this up to freeze.
#32
telerijj
oh at that price, i might buy it so i cna try it.
Just joined slimming world so shoudl help me on green days


I do slimming world and this is great for green days! I had never had any quorn products before and now love it!

Good luck with SW :thumbsup:
#33
sotomonkey
I must be honest, I can barely tell the difference between quorn scotch eggs and some of the real ones.

Those of you guys eating the mince, it does seem abit expensive. You're better off getting used to eating soya instead, much cheap if you buy the dried stuff.


Have to agree the scotch eggs are really good, I think most things that are plied with seasoning are pretty similar, like the chicken dippers and hotdogs.

The mince is a lot easier and quicker to use than normal mince but can be a little bland if it isn't in a flavoursome sauce.
#34
lol - slimming world sure does generate a lot of business to Quorn!
#35
Love the mince, no gristle! Heat added!
#36
col11
Mmmmm...... lovely animal shaped vegetable:whistling:


Quorn isn't a vegetable :roll:
Mince and chicken chunks aren't animal shapes :roll:

I'm not keen on the mince in bolognaise as it has a slightly different texture - I do use it in my home made burgers though - where it tastes very similar to real ones.

Love the chicken pieces in chicken pies and currys - great deal!
#37
Great deal, just been introduced to this and can't really fault it.
I do love meat but this is a good substitute and has opened me up to the world of flexitarianism!
#38
waterdragon3344;6983714
Sex organs? really? and theres me thinking its a legal requirement for all that kind of stuff t ro be removed, dyed and disposed of correctly in the slaughterhouse with a government appointed inspector overlooking and approving each animal during the whole process

i know my sausages are made with prime cuts and come from a pig called barry from a field up the road.

its the same as those kebab meats, people say its made out of crap, but i bet 99.9% of people have never seen one being made, having worked in the catering industry for a while what peoples perceptions are and what actually happens are two different things.

in the majority of cases its all prime cuts that is minced with spices added, nothing more nothing less.

but hey lets not let the facts get in the way of veggies having a moan about how meat eaters stuff their faces with ars*holes, ears and lips



ha ha ha very funny!

I've seen kebabs being made in North London, the (British) home of kebabs.

It's what turned me veggie!
#39
How Much Hahaha
IF you are allergic to it, unfortunatly there is no way of telling until you eat some.

Should come with some sort of warning.




You wouldn't know you were allergic to anything unless you tried it once:?

My family eat plenty of Quorn. Mince isn't what it used to be, the bags of frozen soya are better, and better value if you buy the 'own brand' 2 bags for £3 that most supermarkets have, they make two meals for us rather than the one meal we get froma bag of quorn.

My real hate with Quorn is that they've taken over the market for veggie foods to cater for the ccasional veggie. I'd rather buy Realeat veggie burger and sausage mix than quorn anyday.
#40
Hi guys. Don't normally post here but I'm a long time lurker. Not wanting to spark up the age old meateater/veggie debate but... From a nutritional standpoint how does this compare to chicken. I work out a lot and most of my protein cones from chicken and nuts. Would this contain more or less protein. Also how does the taste and texture compare? I'm a life time meateater and don't like veg, does thus taste the same in a wrap if u throw in some spice or chillies?

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