The best substitute for chicken I have found so fa
The best substitute for chicken I have found so far , it has a great texture and is tasty too.
Really awful texture!
Really awful texture!
Not a Pleasant taste, I found it very chewy and as
Not a Pleasant taste, I found it very chewy and as bit slimy afraid it got thrown in the garbage bin. Sorry Tesco it was not a pleasant experience.
The best 'chicken' alternative.
This was by far the best 'chicken' alternative that is out there. I say 'was' as Tesco have now discontinued this product- I can't believe it! I have used this to make some lovely 'chicken' stews and for many a lovely stir-fry. It browns really well and can go slightly crispy so great for many dishes. I went to my local store 4 times and thought it was just sold out, so this morning I asked customer services and she confirmed it had been discontinued. It looks like it has been replaced by some other product that looks awful and I certainly won't be buying that. I can only hope that another local supermarket will now stock it or it will have to be M & S' 'chicken' alternative. What a disappointment.
Settles chicken cravings!
It is genuinely the only chicken substitute that settles my cravings. May I suggest for those that have found it disappointing, fry it before you plop it into the curry. I tend to fry them with garlic powder and chilli flakes till it browns. It gets a lovely crust going (no chicken skin I get it!) but still tasty. You can have it as is with some peppercorn sauce and mash. Used to be a heavy meat eater and having this ever so often really makes me happy. :) Enjoy!
As chicken as you can get without the cluck!
As a life long meat eater who switched to becoming a vegetarian for ethical reasons I have to say these What the Cluck chicken pieces are brilliant. I still really miss meat and I was really impressed with these and they have really helped me not to fall back into buying the odd bit of real chicken when the craving comes over me. These are a bit like the red meat part of chicken and sauteed with garlic and used in a stir fry or Indian food it's hard to tell the difference as they brown up nicely, but are tender without being mushy. THIS Isn't Chicken are also a fantastic alternative and are more like tender chicken breast, so we now have a choice of 'cuts'! Thank you Tesco for selling good meat alternatives!
Best veggie chicken I have found. Please don't re
Best veggie chicken I have found. Please don't remove it from your range!
A bit bland and no real "chickeny" taste. This bl
A bit bland and no real "chickeny" taste. This blandness seems to be common in many vegetarian substitutes. It's just about OK but wouldn't buy it again.
The worst vegetarian 'meat' I have eaten. It has a very unpleasant taste that we could not identify, the husband's best guess was "wet dog". It certainly isn't chicken, that's for sure. The texture is repellant, like chewing on a trainer sole. Quite gob smackingly vile, I picked most of it out of my lovely made from scratch Thai, could easily have ruined a great meal as it made me feel slightly sick. I've been vegetarian for over 40 years, so I'm well used to the variable nature of such products. Back to Quorn for us!
Excellent chicken substitute. Works great in ever
Excellent chicken substitute. Works great in every meal where chicken would. The only comparable product is "This Isn't Chicken", but that contains titanium dioxide, which is not great. This product is pretty much perfect.