Love love love these!
I absolutely love these! They are delicious and Gluten free!! I started having problems last year with eating gluten and have found it frustrating not being able to eat a lot of vege products that I love, so these are a life saver! Literally, because they are vege :)
I don't often write reviews but felt motivated to counter the glowing praise. I don't see any appeal of this and could barely eat one. Before the pack was even opened the coating had come off some of the schnitzel and was loose in the box. This trend continued when eating, with no cohesion between the soya and the coating - just coming apart in dry old clumps. To boot, it tasted of nothing. One of the worst vegetarian products I've had.
Nutritious, Tasty Plant Based Meat, recommend it🌱
Easy & quick to cook. Great texture, nutritious & very tasty. Most of all an innocent animal didn't die to provide this meal.
Exactly like Schnitzel
From a German meat eater......this is delicious. Tastes exactly like schnitzel. If you over cook it it will go like cardboard but so will schnitzel. Great with Wicked Mazin’ Mango Sauce
DELCIOUS!!! One of the best things I’ve eaten
This just tastes absolutely freakin’ amazing. One of the best things I’ve eaten (veggie or not!). The flavour and the texture is amazing - for a second I thought I was eating chicken (but without the guilt!). So good!!!
Wow. Love these. Better then eating a budgie or chicken too!
Absolutely delicious and very quick to cook. You don't need to add oil to fry them, they have plenty already, just dry fry for a couple of minutes on each side and they turn out lovely and crispy. Really liking the 'Like' range
Absolutely amazing !!!
Absolutely amazing !!!
These were absolutely delicious. Bring them back, Tesco!
Good schnitzel-alike, but made of soya.
Quite liked this. Given that a bog standard schnitzel is a thin flattened-to-death piece of meat, breadcrumbed and fried to crispiness, the last two elements generally prevailing, the texture and mouthfeel of this actually did the job. Cook as advised and serve with a crispy chopped salad, a squeeze of lemon and - ooh, some sort of fried potato - one could almost be in a Balkans cafe at lunchtime. And what's not to like about that, from time to time. But soya production: not really helping to save the world, is it?