Burger, great. Packaging, less so
These definitely scratch the burger itch for me. Lovely texture, but your do need to make sure they are cooked all the way through or the texture in the middle won't have firmed up. Only bad thing is that the packaging is lacking and often leaves you scraping the uncooked patty off the side of the container. If you increased the size of the paper underneath to cover the sides it would solve an annoying problem with little effort.
Jelly like texture, wouldn’t buy again
Texture was weird, too much flavouring, probably to disguise that it's not meat, but you can definitely tell the difference. Won't buy again.
Great value and tasty
I've been vegan for 3 years now and like to try every new plant burger, and this one is one I fall back on more often due to its value and taste. For a more lower priced end of burgers, I would expect it to not be great but the taste is lush, it has a meaty feel and satisfies my junkfood needs. The 11g of pea protein is decent as well. Over all, I'd recommend it!
As far as texture and bite goes it is an OK burger
As far as texture and bite goes it is an OK burger, I had it in a ciabatta roll with salad and condiments which worked well. However when I cooked in the oven the amount of grease and fat that came from it was a bit overwhelming. This is also mentioned in a lot of other reviews. It has also left me with a greasy feel in my mouth which is unpleasant. The price for the product was good but for me I need something a little less fatty.
Try a different brand. These are not nice.
I have tried many plant based burgers and I can say that these are possibly the worst. They ooze in the packet if not kept totally flat. The texture is not nice and even when fully cooked they still have a slimy consistency. I couldn’t eat them. I would seriously consider revising your recipe.
Different but an enjoyable burger in its own right
Exceeded expectations. In a roll with all the usual trimmings, reminds of a hot dog sausage more than a beef burger. That’s fine by me and probably tells you how much meat goes into hot dogs… Grills perfectly with no sticking to the skillet. For taste, texture and lack of suffering, I’ll be coming back for more. The price is reasonable and I don’t expect miracles so consider this a five star purchase. Without a shadow of a doubt I’ve had meat burgers that haven’t been as enjoyable as this.
Horrible burger, tasteless, cannot possibly get a meat eater to switch to something like this, sawdust, nothing like the texture of a meat burger. This will do nothing to persuade meat eaters to eat less meat and will not get Vegetarians to choose this product (mind you, there are a lot of horrible veggie products out there on the market and I got to say, this is right up there with the most horrible ones) Get this off the shelves!!!
The best 'naughty' burger alternative!
I'm trying to get back to being veggie (as I was for many years in my youth). For the past 20 years I've been a big bad meat eater! So I've sampled many meat-free burgers and sausages over the past few weeks in an attempt to find my absolute favourite go-to.. And I can honestly say these surprised the hell out of me! Oven cooked, from frozen. Firm, meaty, well seasoned and yes, a little fatty - in the way a real decent beef burger would be!! Now, if you're after health conscious vegetarian choices, this may not be for you... but if you're after a meat substitute burger to combat a hangover or for when you're having a serious naughty food craving.. then trust me, this is the one!! On a bun, with a cheese slice, salad & mayo, it's proper hittin' it out the park!! You might not want to eat one every day, but you need them in your freezer! Tesco, please don't change these burgers, ever!!!!
So greasy! I grilled them and the fat poured through the rack onto the tray and when cooked I had to tip them sideways to drain off more fat. Awful - so not healthy!!