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Linda McCartney's Vegetarian Mozzarella (2 x 1/4lb Burgers = 227g) ONLY £1.00 @ Iceland
Linda McCartney's Vegetarian Mozzarella (2 x 1/4lb Burgers = 227g) ONLY £1.00 @ Iceland

Linda McCartney's Vegetarian Mozzarella (2 x 1/4lb Burgers = 227g) ONLY £1.00 @ Iceland

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Linda McCartney's Vegetarian Mozzarella (2 x 1/4lb Burgers = 227g) was £1.25 now ONLY £1.00

Ingredients

Rehydrated Textured Soya Protein (64%), Rapeseed Oil, Onion (8%), Mozzarella Cheese (Milk) (8%), Seasoning (Yeast Extract, Malted Barley Extract, Onion Powder, Flavouring, Salt, Garlic Powder), Stabiliser: Methyl Cellulose, Chickpea Flour, Flavouring (Yeast Extract, Salt, Sunflower Oil, Acid: Citric Acid), Garlic Purée, Malted Barley Extract, Onion Powder

Linda McCartney's 6 Vegetarian Sausages (300g) was £1.25 now £1.00

Ingredients

Rehydrated textured Soya Protein (64%), Water, Soya Protein Concentrate, Palm Oil, Seasoning (Sulphites) (Dextrose, Salt, Flavourings, Onion Powder, Yeast Extract, Colour: Red Iron Oxide), Rapeseed Oil, Rusk (Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Salt, Raising Agent: Ammonium Bicarbonate), Stabiliser: Methyl Cellulose, Tomato Purée, Salt

25 Comments

I think I need to try these, I have heard many good things about this brand. Heat added

This is the best one out of the Linda McCartney selection - they should make their sausages like this!

Really tasty and even work on the bbq. The Linda McCartney range is so much tastier than quorn!

These are really nice and as said above by far the best of the Linda McCartney range.

Banned

Very good price shame I don't live near Iceland.

Does anyone know roughly the % fat per 100g or burger? Thanks

They had these in Tesco half priced and I tried them but wasn't impressed. Couldn't taste any mozzarella and they were very bland, disappointed as I like most from her range.

Banned

liamwill83

Does anyone know roughly the % fat per 100g or burger? Thanks


13.8g per 100g
13.5g per burger.


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These are lovely! No egg in them either so they are suitable for Lacto Vegetarians as well..

Linda Mccartney's Vegetarian section is so much nice than quorn or other supermarket brands. Not tried these mozzarella ones but I can imagine they're just as nice!

WOW !!...these are the dogs b0ll0x when you're talking burgers...meat or meat free, these are the best you can get anywhere on the planet !
Lashings of fried onions and topped with ketchup...a full inch thick and they don't shrink when cooked either...LUSH they are.

Namiweso

Linda Mccartney's Vegetarian section is so much nice than quorn or other … Linda Mccartney's Vegetarian section is so much nice than quorn or other supermarket brands. Not tried these mozzarella ones but I can imagine they're just as nice!



​Cauldron brand vegetarian sausages are pretty awesome too - though a bit pricey.

forgot about that! thank you poster! (+ Muller lemon yoghurt 4 pack 75p)

great deal, hear added!

Although I'm very surprised that the deal's been up 8 hours and not a single troll has posted a 'but just eat meat instead' comment yet!

Quite a few people including meat eaters like these ones.
By far my fave burger and I've tried most veggie options

1. These have been £1 in Morrison's for a week or more.
2. I reckon they're not as nice as they used to be - too much rubbery stuff which resembles the gristle you get in cheap "meat" burgers.

have been buying these for months from Sainsbury's at £2 a pack so heat from me.

Best burgers ever!

Decentbloke

1. These have been £1 in Morrison's for a week or more.2. I reckon … 1. These have been £1 in Morrison's for a week or more.2. I reckon they're not as nice as they used to be - too much rubbery stuff which resembles the gristle you get in cheap "meat" burgers.


ah but it aint "gristle" it's vegetable protein...a big, big difference... if one does not like to eat animal bits

I tried these last week wouldn't of new if the mrs never told me they wasn't meat. very impressive

Decentbloke

1. These have been £1 in Morrison's for a week or more.2. I reckon … 1. These have been £1 in Morrison's for a week or more.2. I reckon they're not as nice as they used to be - too much rubbery stuff which resembles the gristle you get in cheap "meat" burgers.


1. They're not that price now.

No. Juicy burger made with lots of meat please.

My boyfriend still can't recognize if he's having meat or these (it's always these i dont cook meat anymore muahahaha)

redduck

great deal, hear added!Although I'm very surprised that the deal's been … great deal, hear added!Although I'm very surprised that the deal's been up 8 hours and not a single troll has posted a 'but just eat meat instead' comment yet!



I was wonderig the same but There is one who commented just before me lol
Edited by: "deana91" 18th Aug 2016

Are these okay to throw on the bbq?
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