Excellent meat free mince. I don't think some of these reviewers know how to cook? It has a good texture and absorbs any seasonings really well so it makes a tasty affordable meal - It isn't at all bland or mushy when cooked and seasoned appropriately.
Quorn Mince is much better than fresh mince. There
Quorn Mince is much better than fresh mince. There's no gristle or fat in it. Good price.
Won't be buying again
I like meat-free mince instead of the meat alternative and tried this one because it looked good value for money. I shouldn't have bothered, it didn't taste good, really dry & bland compared to others on the market.
Absolutely dreadful. Ive been vege for 23 years and Quorn was always the best. This is awful. Starts in pellets like guinea pig pellets then mushes down to soggy Weetabix. Quorn, what have you done?
Bought this for a stew meat substitute but it was
Bought this for a stew meat substitute but it was awful, no taste and watery.
Good mince but I had an allergy to it. Caused bad stomach ache for days. I have since tried the Linda McCartneys vegemince which is great.
Still the best overall
I've been buying quorn since it first came out and it's still the best overall meat substitute. It does not have much flavour itself but this can be counteracted by preparing dishes in advance so the mince absorbs the flavours of the dish (like tofu). I find other veggie mince does not have a particularly pleasant flavour. The texture has changed a few times over the years and will no doubt change and improve again. It can be a bit sloppy in some dishes but this format is easier to mould to make balls or burgers etc with.
Meat free marvel
This is a good meat free mince and is chucky. A great freezer staple
Good substitute for mince meat
I personally find this a good tasty substitute for mince, I use it for spaghetti bolognese, lasagne and shepperds pie, even my guests did not realise it was not real mince
Tastes delicious. Especially in lasagne