Like I’d say to my ex- I’ve had better tbh
They are ok, I cooked mine in a tomato based sausage casserole in the slow cooker. Taste is ok. Not my favourite vegetarian option I’ve tried.
I hate it
Cooking Instructions is not very clear, probably the worst fake sausages I've tried. won’t be using those again,
these are the nastiest vegan sausages I've ever had. The first mouthful was quite a shock, like a mouthful of CLOVES. I now see that clove powder is listed at the end of the list, but either somebody's hand slipped and too much went in unnoticed, or it should be listed as the first ingredient. Not at all what I expected from something named as caramelised onions. Think somebody also forgot to put them in. (and anyway, who puts cloves in sausages?!) I had to throw them away (and I never ever throw food away!)
Had high hopes, but they are just vile! Agree with
Had high hopes, but they are just vile! Agree with the perfume taste. Very strange taste and texture.
Something must have gone wrong in the formulation of these sausages. Yes, I know "meat free" and "caramelised onion" are both in the name, but surely that doesn't mean that their ONLY flavour should be caramelised onion? I fried these in a very small amount of rapeseed oil and they came out greasy with an unpleasant taste. Tesco chefs, please try again with your recipe.
Flavour was fine but not the right texture to be a
Flavour was fine but not the right texture to be a sausage. Too soft.
Good texture and the skin makes it seem very sausage like, but its a soft sausage type. Taste is a little off but can't place it but its not a deal breaker, very nice for breakfast
The best plant based sausages ever!
The best vegan sausages around! These are so good! I’ve served my meat eating friends these and they’ve not realised they are plant based.
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.