I had seen Quorn products in the frozen section with the other meatless products but never really thought much about trying any of it. In fact, from it's name I would have assumed it was made out of corn. But no, it's made out of something called mycoprotein which is fungi-related. So maybe in a way it's mushroomy? I'm not sure.
I've had a veggie burger or two (but not much more) in my time, and I don't hate them. So I was interested to try this.
According to the box, they can be prepared right from their frozen state, so that's what I did. I just pan seared them in a little oil for about 10 minutes, flipping them over a couple of times. I had a little grill seasoning I sprinkled on them as well. They are "naked" so you can dress them up anyway you want.
I then sliced them into strips to eat with my salad.
So if you're looking to cut down on meat intake and want to try a meatless product, I'd say give this one a try.
Next up: root beer float cake. P.S. If you'd like to see something that is NOT a quorn burger, go here. Even though she snickered at me.