I do not usually write reviews but as these are the best vegetarian meatballs, I have tried I felt compelled to share my opinion, they really have got a great taste and good texture. I have tried the meatballs with spaghetti and a tomato sauce and also with gravy and mash both were equally delicious and my son also thought so. I really am impressed.
An absolute family favourite. Cooked in a homemade sauce and served with spaghetti. Even my meat eater dad and neice didn't notice they were vegan. Taste lovely amd hold their shape. I cook them in my sauce im the oven for 20 mins on 200
Delicious vegan option!
I tried these meat-free meatballs when they were on a Clubcard offer and and really enjoyed them. They’re great for meatballs and pasta and have a nice flavour. Compared to the Linda McCartney’s version they’re not quite as firm in texture and obviously they’re nothing like the texture of meat. I cook mine in the frying pan and add the sauce after they’ve gone crispy and haven’t experienced any mushy texture like other reviewers. If they were a little more firm I’d give them five stars.
Sorry but these are absolutely revolting, nothing but a paste made of poorly cooked chickpeas and rolled in squishy ball shapes. Horrible texture, and no flavour whatsoever. Never again.
Taste and texture of soggy cardboard. Better to ma
Taste and texture of soggy cardboard. Better to make your meal without.
If you try this have a back up meal ready
Unpalatable! Neither hubby or I could get through the meal. Tasted like a cheap, nasty school dinner of the 1980's.
These were enjoyed by all the family which is a ra
These were enjoyed by all the family which is a rare thing! They tasted good in a tomato sauce with spinach fettuccine. Very easy meal after a long day :)
Really good meat alternative
Nice in a tomato pasta sauce
Not a bad taste nor texture. Works well in a tomato pasta sauce
Holy meat-free balls, Batman!
These are amazing! I’ve never eaten real meatballs, but the texture and flavour of these are quite beefy. I haven’t eaten red meat for many years, so these are at least what I think ground up balls of beef might taste like! :) I oven cook these and the amount of oil they release it pretty insane. Disappointed that once again a plant-based food is more expensive than its actual meaty counterpart.