I made a spicy casserole with these, and they were
I made a spicy casserole with these, and they were tasteless, we threw the whole casserole away. I shall not buy these again. The Cumberland veggie sausages are good though.
There's a reason why there's so much hype around B
There's a reason why there's so much hype around Beyond Meat and (in the US) Impossible Burger. They taste so much like real meat because they include something called hete, which is essentially the taste of meat synthesised from plant protein. Now we have a huge array of similar looking fake meat products, but none of them include hete, in fact they're usually just minced up soy, peas, or mushrooms. So as you would expect, they don't taste anything like real meat. In the case of these Tesco sausages, they're probably the worst fake sausages I've tried. Soggy, squishy, and they pretty much just taste of onions and herbs. If you want the taste of a sausage without killing any pigs, then paying the Beyond Meat premium is the way to go.
Had a perfume taste
They look amazing, a good size, I used them for bangers, mash, beans and onion gravy. I’m far from a fussy eater, my Wife and I both left them, we both agreed that they had a perfume taste to them. We are both new to vegetarianism and have put various meat free sausages through the mill but I’m afraid we won’t be using those again.
These are very nice. The texture is the best part and they really have a crisp 'skin' that is just like biting into a sausage. The taste is also very nice, if not a touch too oniony - however, in a sausage sandwich they were delicious and I'd definitely buy again.