Sorry but they are.
Amazing - I can’t believe this isn’t beef!!!
I’ve been on a bit of meat substitute mission (tough for a lover of a good beef hamburger), Beyond Burger is pretty good - but these are fantastic!! At nearly a quarter of the price of the Beyond Burger when in a bun with lettuce tomato etc these taste unbelievably like a beef hamburger. Texture out of the packet is a little sloppy, but as soon as it’s in the fry pan it cooks just like a regular meat patty. Cook it for about the same time as you would a regular meat patty, 2-3 mins on each side, stick it in a bun with all your regular additions and you’ll be impressed at how good it is!! HIGHLY recommended.
I've tried a few of the meat free burgers and this was not one of the better ones.
Delicious. First time we’ve tried something like t
Delicious. First time we’ve tried something like this and the whole family loved them (kids 17 and 10)
Good-- almost great.
Being from the States, I've tasted early versions of the Beyond Meat versions which left a really bad aftertaste. These Tesco brand, however, are on point and have no such issues.. Not quite as satisfying as a much more expensive Kobe, but it measures well to its non meat competitors. It doesn't taste like a hockey puck when grilled for the prescribed 12 minutes (I grill it on each side for a minute before proceeding to cook each side for 5 minutes each). The fact that it's fairly economical makes it a no-brainer for those looking to dip into flexitarian waters. Until Impossible Burger scales up and begins to sell at retail competitively, this is the plant based burger to go for. Doesn't bleed, but it has a good mouth feel. Satisfying and tasty and the kids seem to love it.