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Quorn Roast only £1.00 at ASDA

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
I popped into my local asda this morning and noticed that they have quorn roasts for £1 which is a fantastic bargain as they normally are £3.

They are not the biggest roast in the world but are quite tasty

I have stocked up on a few!!!!

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#1
Thanks Hot!!!
#2
It's not listed on their website so looks like certain or all stores have this and are seeing what sales are like as I don't think Asda have sold them before, generally Asda's veggie section is quite poor but these are indeed normally £3 and are nice.
#3
Store specific, but a very good price - our local one was doing them for £1.50 before christmas and I got loads.
#4
nice price, but yuck, quorn:prop:
2 Likes #5
This stuff tastes like cardboard...Give me real meat any day over this rubbish..http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n165/crazylegsdude/puke.gif
#6
yum!!xxx
#7
crazylegs
This stuff tastes like cardboard...Give me real meat any day over this rubbish..http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n165/crazylegsdude/puke.gif


Exactly!! and cool emoticon too:)
#8
yuk!!
#9
Why would vegetarians want something that looks like meat? i have tasted the quorn meat and it does not taste good. Surely some vegetables would be much nicer? im not trying to be funny but am genuinely interested.
#10
Good price!
#11
mmm, tasty
#12
yuk plastic fungus food for freaks
#13
badgerrules
Why would vegetarians want something that looks like meat? i have tasted the quorn meat and it does not taste good. Surely some vegetables would be much nicer? im not trying to be funny but am genuinely interested.


I am a vegetarian, have been for fourteen years - it's not that we want things that look like meat but just things that taste good. The point for me is I don't want animals to die so that I can eat them - it's got nothing to do with liking the taste of meat or not! Plus my daughter (who is also veggie) doesn't feel left out if she has quorn nuggets while her friends are eating the utter rubbish that is chicken nuggets!

People often forget the reason we are vegetarian - meat is murder (and you can't argue with that!). Plus, as a side issue, they have now linked red meat with lots of cancers - including colon cancer!
#14
I'm vegetarian, I was given this when visiting relatives at christmas one year, it was awful.

Good price though for those who like it.
#15
I'm a vegetarian, and I think I'd rather eat a chicken nugget that any quorn! Mostly because it gives me diarrhea, but I'm guessing you didn't really want to know that. It's kind of scary stuff if you read up about how it's produced and the effects it can have on some people (extreme vomiting!).

I'd rather stick to some beans or lentils or something :)
#16
jackskellington
I am a vegetarian, have been for fourteen years - it's not that we want things that look like meat but just things that taste good. The point for me is I don't want animals to die so that I can eat them - it's got nothing to do with liking the taste of meat or not! Plus my daughter (who is also veggie) doesn't feel left out if she has quorn nuggets while her friends are eating the utter rubbish that is chicken nuggets!

People often forget the reason we are vegetarian - meat is murder (and you can't argue with that!). Plus, as a side issue, they have now linked red meat with lots of cancers - including colon cancer!

lol just think of all the young chickens that had to die to make you this quorn :whistling:
only joking, but did they not used to use eggs from battery hens to make this plastic food?
#17
Quorn bangers taste a lot better. OK for a bit of variety but very bland.
#18
badgerrules
Why would vegetarians want something that looks like meat?


It dosen't look like meat. Meat is in the shape of animals. Sausages and burger shapes just disguise it for you.
#19
Gotta love the meat eaters always trying to threadcrash these types of deals :-D

Good price, tastes great to me. Tastes nothing like meat, looks nothing like meat. Cheers to that!
#20
I've had Quorn 'Chicken' before and it tastes pretty awful but the Quorn Cottage Pies are delicious! By the way.. I think they use free range eggs in Quorn products.
#21
Voted hot,shame I couldn't get to an Asda cos I'd buy half a dozen or so,they usually about £2.99 each,lucky if you can get them for £2 at Iceland.
Its a stretch for a family of 4 but add a few quorn sausages to the plates and good meal with veg and some potatoes roast and mash.
#22
this is a good price, not tried it before but worth a go at £1.... wasn't sure about it at £3....

I have been vegetarian for 21 years....
#23
jackskellington
People often forget the reason we are vegetarian - meat is murder (and you can't argue with that!).


I can. If God did not want us to eat animals, he would not have made them taste of meat.

Vegetables are God's creatures, too. Vegetarians are plant murderers.
#24
spraint
I can. If God did not want us to eat animals, he would not have made them taste of meat.

Vegetables are God's creatures, too. Vegetarians are plant murderers.


But I'm an atheist!!!!!!!!!
#26
jackskellington
The point for me is I don't want animals to die so that I can eat them - it's got nothing to do with liking the taste of meat or not!


Do you grow, harvest and mill your own flour for making bread etc?
#27
Great product, great price. Nice spot thanks, off to Asda later...
I'll be having bloomin' tasty sarnies for lunch next week
#28
Cherry In Hove
Do you grow, harvest and mill your own flour for making bread etc?



Why should that make a difference?

I'm not a vegetarian but coming from a hindu background i actually agree with the principle so i'd happily defend vegetarians.
#29
Neiliboy
Why should that make a difference?

I'm not a vegetarian but coming from a hindu background i actually agree with the principle so i'd happily defend vegetarians.


I can understand if someone doesn't eat meat for religious purposes, health purposes or because they don't like the taste.

However, if somebody won't eat it because they don't want animals to die so they can eat shouldn't be buying shop made bread, pasta, flour etc. etc. as obviously the fields are harvested by machine killing and maiming huge amounts of shrews, mice, rabbits etc. etc. which obviously then aren't even eaten! It just seems a bit weird to say "I'm not going to eat a chicken that was killed humanely but I'm happy for these small rodents to die in a really painful way and then not even have the courtesy to eat the body!"
#30
jackskellington
I am a vegetarian, have been for fourteen years - it's not that we want things that look like meat but just things that taste good. The point for me is I don't want animals to die so that I can eat them - it's got nothing to do with liking the taste of meat or not! Plus my daughter (who is also veggie) doesn't feel left out if she has quorn nuggets while her friends are eating the utter rubbish that is chicken nuggets!

People often forget the reason we are vegetarian - meat is murder (and you can't argue with that!). Plus, as a side issue, they have now linked red meat with lots of cancers - including colon cancer!


Thank god the Cavemen had Linda McCartney ready meals :p
#31
jackskellington
Plus, as a side issue, they have now linked red meat with lots of cancers - including colon cancer!


don't worry, give them enough time and they'll find some cancer causing vegetable
#32
termite
It dosen't look like meat. Meat is in the shape of animals. Sausages and burger shapes just disguise it for you.


Meat is in the shape of animals?? So if i go buy a steak, according to you, that is not meat because it doesn't look like a cow? So the only actual meat that i can buy from tesco is billy bear sausage meat because it is shaped like a bear. i bet it has less meat in it than this quorn stuff.
#33
nitrokid
Gotta love the meat eaters always trying to threadcrash these types of deals :-D

Good price, tastes great to me. Tastes nothing like meat, looks nothing like meat. Cheers to that!

Agreed :)
#34
are you guys mentally disturbed? Because this is a bargain, no need for comments if it tastes good or bad, or why people are vegetarian.....
#35
teggs
don't worry, give them enough time and they'll find some cancer causing vegetable


Actually a huge number of vegetables have really nasty chemicals in them since plants need to defend themselves against being eaten by insects, fungi or bigger plant pests - like us. A good example is heroin - of no use to a poppy at all other than mucking up the nervous system of things that graze on poppies. The humble carrot family has loads of evil chemicals too - hemlock is amongst its cousins.

The most potent source of carcinogens is fungi though - never ever eat mouldy vegetables, cereals or nuts...:evil::evil:
#36
voted hot.
im not a veggie but i love quorn. it only takes 2 mins to cook and tastes good.
also the other half eats loads of this as its free or low syns on slimming world.
#37
all this stuff about veggies going on why they wont eat it( animals being killed), for crying out loud people are being killed day in day out, whether over petty stuff, wars etc...isnt that more important
#38
great deal. thanks OP.
btw. just how many veggies hijack a thread about smoked salmon on offer/ burgers etc on here?
you anti-veggie food brigade really hack me off, you just can't help with the comments - you don't get us veggies posting "meat is murder" or anything stupid like that all over deals on drumsticks at iceland....
#39
Brilliant, thanks for this. I wonder if they'll keep until Christmas...
#40
This is a great post and a great product. My wife is vegetarian (I'm not - I thought Bambi was a video menu :whistling:) and I cook this for us both. It is a good source of low fat protein for vegetarians - as opposed to for example, cheese, but you have to DO something with the raw material to improve the flavour. Because of its nature Quorn absorbs flavours really well and for some dishes it is better to make the meal the day before so that the spices etc can be absorbed.
NB Please take care if you have an allergy to eggs because Quorn contains egg!
Some examples;

Quorn Roast and Veggie gravy
Prepare as directed on pack. At end of cooking time sautee a little finely chopped shallot/onion in a tablespoon of olive oil until transparent. Add a peeled and halved clove of garlic and some chopped fresh thyme or a pinch of dried thyme. Add 150-200ml boiling water and a rounded dessertspoon of Swiss vegetable Bouillon (veg stock cubes usually contain MSG). Stir to mix and allow to bubble furiously to thicken a bit. (If you like thicker gravy, sprinkle in a dessertspoon of plain flour and stir to prevent lumps forming.)

Meanwhile peel off plastic film and slice Quorn Roast. Arrange on warmed plates and spoon the gravy over.

Serve with celeriac mash and broccoli.

Quorn Mince
Makes great lasagna, chilli or good just as mince.
For example,
Shepherds Pie
Peel and boil sufficient floury potatoes for your needs.
Meanwhile in a saucepan sautee a finely chopped onion until soft. Add Quorn Mince and stir to mix. Sautee for a minute or two until it just starts to feel as if it is catching on the bottom then add a little (about a cupful - you don't want too much liquid) of boiling water and stir to ensure that nothing is sticking to the bottom of the saucepan.
Add a good dollop of Marmite and mix in. (Lick spoon if liked.) Next add a bay leaf a pinch of dried thyme and a little pinch of dried rosemary. Stir, cover saucepan turn down heat and simmer while potatoes cook.
When potatoes are ready, drain them, add a knob of butter and mash. Taste and adjust seasoning.
Check seasoning in mince, remove bay leaf and then transfer it to a pyrex casserole. Spread mashed potato over top. (Make farmer's field pattern with fork if preparing for children)
Place in an oven at 180C until heated through and gravy starts to bubble through mash. :thumbsup:

Can be prepared the day before covered with cling film and stored in fridge when cooled.

Quorn Fillets
Kievs
Allow fillets to thaw thoroughly then use a sharp knife to carefully slit along straighter edge without cutting entirely in half. (It is a good idea to hold the fillet in a clean dish towel to prevent accidents.)
In a mortar place a good pinch of sea salt and two peeled garlic cloves. Pound with the pestle to make a garlic puree. Add a thick slice of butter and pound to amalgamate with the garlic puree. Add a good handful of chopped parsley and mix through.
Spoon some of this butter mixture into each of the Quorn Fillets and wrap them in baking foil.
Place on a roasting tin and heat in an oven at 180C for about 20 minutes.
To serve, remove from foil, place on plates and spoon garlicky butter over. Serve with boiled or mashed potatoes, peas and carrot coins.

Go on, try it!

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