Quorn  fillets, chicken pieces, mince, nuggets, sausages, cocktail sausages, mini eggs and more  £1  @ Morrisons
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Quorn fillets, chicken pieces, mince, nuggets, sausages, cocktail sausages, mini eggs and more £1 @ Morrisons

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Found 1st JanEdited by:"PizzaTheHutt."
Frozen Quorn offers bellow


Quorn fillets 312g

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Quorn pieces 300g


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Quorn mince 300g


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Quorn nuggets 300g

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Quorn sausages 336g

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Chilled Quorn products bellow

Ham style slices 100g
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Picnic eggs 180g
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Mini Cocktail Sausages 180g

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Chicken style slices 100g


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Nice find!
Thanks!
Also down to £1, from the chiller cabinet:

Quorn chicken style slices, ham style slices, mini coctail sausages and picnic eggs.
Original Poster
Thank you I never looked at chilled because I only buy their frozen products. Updated with the chilled offers.
Thanks great find.
I don't see the point,surely fake meat is like fake news,fake salt,suger non alcoholic beer decaf coffee etc?I don't eat meats or fish but I don't feel the need to eat products that look like them.I just don't understand sorry.But a good deal for others I guess.
cobrastang18 m ago

I don't see the point,surely fake meat is like fake news,fake salt,suger …I don't see the point,surely fake meat is like fake news,fake salt,suger non alcoholic beer decaf coffee etc?I don't eat meats or fish but I don't feel the need to eat products that look like them.I just don't understand sorry.But a good deal for others I guess.


Nothing alike.
cobrastang2 h, 12 m ago

I don't see the point,surely fake meat is like fake news,fake salt,suger …I don't see the point,surely fake meat is like fake news,fake salt,suger non alcoholic beer decaf coffee etc?I don't eat meats or fish but I don't feel the need to eat products that look like them.I just don't understand sorry.But a good deal for others I guess.


Nonsene. You don't have to be vegetarian to eat Quorn. Make a spaghetti bolognaise, half mince, half quorn and you'll have almost the same dish you're used to, with the same flavour, but half as much saturated fat. And it's cheaper.

These can accompany a normal diet, not just replace them.
I tried the chicken nuggets for the first time last year and thought they were delicious - great alternative to meat.
Original Poster
I'm am meat eater and use meat free alternatives now and again just for price, convenience and you get sick of eating meat all the time it mixes things up. I pretty much only buy the mince, because I was never keen on meat mince to begin with.

I use it for bolognese, shepards pie, tacos etc but always season with some beef oxo cubes. :P


I usually buy supermarkets own mince as it's always at a good price and I generally prefer it over Quorn however they seem to change the recipes so damn often you never know what you're getting. I like the bigger chunkier stuff and find Sainsburys is best for that.


I do however always buy the Quorn fillets for £1 because they're too good value to pass up. Cut them into strips for fajitas, enchiladas. Cut them into chunks for Curry.
Edited by: "PizzaTheHutt." 2nd Jan
Glad I saw this. Wasn’t priced up as discounted in store, so would have missed out,but price checked and it was reduced. 🏻
Original Poster
Yoda855 m ago

Glad I saw this. Wasn’t priced up as discounted in store, so would have m …Glad I saw this. Wasn’t priced up as discounted in store, so would have missed out,but price checked and it was reduced. 🏻


Yep every time these go on offer I go in straight away and they rarely ever have changed the price forcing me to ask staff.

Same with some Seriously strong cheddar I bought in December (700g for £3!) it was on offer days before they even changed it in store.
Recently discovered the nuggets, taste and texture very very similar to Mcdonalds chicken nuggets, now converted, less fat and calories
I'm no veggie by any stretch of the imagination, but those nuggets are delicious. There a very good alternatives to the mashed up beaks an bums from birds eye etc. The other stuff I'm no fan of. The burgers are rank. But Tesco own meat free burgers are quite meaty an moist. Official quorn burgers are to dry imho.
Thanks OP.

Time to stock up! Although, remember Iceland have had the 500g pieces and mince for £1.39 which may suit if you have one close by.
Edited by: "stinkybeard" 24th Jan
cobrastang2nd Jan

I don't see the point,surely fake meat is like fake news,fake salt,suger …I don't see the point,surely fake meat is like fake news,fake salt,suger non alcoholic beer decaf coffee etc?I don't eat meats or fish but I don't feel the need to eat products that look like them.I just don't understand sorry.But a good deal for others I guess.



Meat products are shaped for convenience, just like vegan products. Do you expect Vegan products to all come in some new shape or something?
hbuppp24th Jan

Meat products are shaped for convenience, just like vegan products. Do you …Meat products are shaped for convenience, just like vegan products. Do you expect Vegan products to all come in some new shape or something?



What are you talking about?What a windmill you are please leave it as it is.
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