Cooking With Quorn

 cooking with quorn
Disclaimer- Precious Little Worlds have been sent out some vouchers for Quorn for free in exchange for our honest opinion for the purpose of our blog, to report back to you the viewers our findings.
As a family of four people in our household I am the one who is a Vegetarian and have been for around 23 years.
Quorn foods have been a very big part of my life and do get very excited when they come out with new products.
What is Quorn….
Quorn products are made from Mycoprotein. Mycoprotein is a nutritionally Healthy Protein that is Meat Free and naturally low in saturated fat and high in protein and fibre.
Quorn products have the taste appearance and texture of meat, perfect for if you’re thinking about eating less meat or creating healthier versions of your favourite everyday meals.
New Quorn Classic Burgers 
High protein Source of fibre Vegetarian Society approved The tastiest ever, extra succulent meat free classic beef style Quorn® Burgers. Quorn Classic Burgers are meat free and made with mycoprotein. Mycoprotein is a nutritious form of quality protein, naturally low in fat and high in protein & fibre. To discover more recipes and to explore the whole Quorn range, visit
Each 90g burger contains Calories 164kcal 8%, Sugars 1.7g 2%, Fat 7.4g 11%, Saturates 2.9g 14%, Salt 1.35g 22% of an adult’s guideline daily amount
Recipe we made….

Simple take the burgers out from been chilled from the fridge,place in a frying pan with a bit of oil.

Cook the burgers until half done then place your chopped onions into the pan to finish off.

Plate up.

You might be thinking “oh bet it tastes rubbery” well you will be very wrong as this has been one of the best veggie burgers we have cooked in our house.

                                                    Quorn Mince
Simply add to your favourite sauce and simmer for just 12 minutes from frozen Source of fibre Low in saturated fat Enjoy great tasting meals every time! Vegetarian Society approved Quorn Mince needs far less cooking time than you might expect, so you can cook your favourite meals in next to no time. A healthy protein* *Quorn Mince is meat free and made with mycoprotein. Quorn Mince is a nutritionally healthy protein source because it’s naturally low in fat, high in protein and a source of fibre. Quorn Mince is a nutritionally healthy protein source because:
Quorn Mince is high in protein; protein helps you maintain normal bones & muscle mass Quorn Mince is a source of fibre Quorn Mince is low in saturated fat; consuming less saturated fat helps you maintain normal blood cholesterol levels as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle Carbon Trust Reducing CO2 To discover lots of Quorn recipes and to explore the whole range visit
Each 75g portion contains Energy 331kJ 79kcal 4%, Fat 1.5g 2%, Saturates 0.4g 2%, Sugars 0.5g <1%, Salt 0.2g 3% of an adult’s reference intake
Typical values (as sold) per 100g: Energy 441kJ/105kcal

We used the mince with pasta, placing the veggie mince in a pan and adding some spices to give it some added flavour plus chopped tomatoes,tomato purée.

In the other pan had the pasta when all ready served up and topped with grated cheese.

My two kids had the mince on its own and have to say was very shocked to see my son eating it, as we have problems getting healthy foods in to him so very happy.
With this pack you can get a large amount from the mince very good on value for money for around £3 you can feed 6-7 people.

Quorn is such a healthy option I personally eat lots of quorn products and very happy to see some new selections out in the shops.

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