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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    LOVE Quorn in this house too! DH is s vegetarian and we eat it all the time. The cheese and spinach schnitzels are my absolute fave

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnieMouse81 View Post
    What is Quorn?
    This might help explain it. http://www.quorn.com.au/About-Quorn/

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    I've never had them but did notice the range is on sale at woollies for $4 a pack this week. Might get some for DS to try seeing he doesn't like meat much.

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    Salmon patties with steamed veg. Cheap, healthy & my DS2 (who barely eats meat) will gobble this up along with his big brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    I just love the Quorn range but the mince baffles me. I think I made one spag bol ages ago and it was pretty yuk.

    Love Mexican off to get red beans today yummmmm :-)
    We use the quorn mince quite regularly. (Use a large quality frying pan)

    Fry off a chopped onion and add as much garlic as you like.
    Add quorn and make sure all the pieces are broken up (ie, no frozen chunks).
    When it's browned off add a tin of chopped tomatoes and some large dollops of tomato paste. Add any grated veggies at the point if you want to.
    Add the herbs or spices you would do with cow mince and leave it to simmer gently for a few minutes.

    If you still want more flavour add some stock powder.

    I cook it like that if I'm making it for tacos (just add teh taco seasoning or chili towards the end) or if I'm making bolognaise for pasta.

    Don't expect it to taste exactly like mince meat though, it has a different texture and at the end of the day, it's not meat so it's not going to taste the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    I've never had them but did notice the range is on sale at woollies for $4 a pack this week. Might get some for DS to try seeing he doesn't like meat much.
    The Linda McCartney vegetarian range is very good although generally it's fattier than quorn or sanitarium vegetarian food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Salmon patties with steamed veg. Cheap, healthy & my DS2 (who barely eats meat) will gobble this up along with his big brother.

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    How do you make salmon patties cheap? Isn't salmon super-expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busy-Bee View Post
    The Linda McCartney vegetarian range is very good although generally it's fattier than quorn or sanitarium vegetarian food.
    I find the Linda McCartney stuff so so bland.. the pies were the worst. They don't even begin to compare to frys stuff.
    The kids don't like it either but will happily eat frys, sanitarium, and quorn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I find the Linda McCartney stuff so so bland.. the pies were the worst. They don't even begin to compare to frys stuff.
    The kids don't like it either but will happily eat frys, sanitarium, and quorn.
    Gosh, I love the LM food, especially the pies!! But I haven't had a meat meat pie since 1991 so I don't really have much to go on.


 

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