Quorn Recipes: Healthy and Tasty Vegetarian Meals
Looking for a tasty meat alternative? Look no further than the Quorn range of products to make delicious meals for your family and friends. We cook 4 Quorn recipes that are not only simple to prepare but are healthy and tasty.
Vegetarian Baked Aubergines with Quorn Mince and Tahini Sauce
Aubergines really are a hero vegetable, they are super versatile and have a great meaty texture. We love this dish which is a vegetarian take on the classic Turkish dish of Imam Biyaldi. Using Quorn Mince to top baked aubergines and drizzled with a sesame-based sauce. It’s packed with flavour and is filling. Great for a cost-effective family meal.
Vegetarian Fajitas with Quorn Chicken-style Fillets and Salsa
A little Mexican influence brings this tasty recipe to life. Great for a healthy mid-week meal that everyone in the family will love. Quorn’s Chicken-style fillets are tasty, low in fat and high in protein. Serve with a punchy salsa and plenty of fresh veggies for an easy, no-fuss meal.
Vegetarian Rice Paper Rolls with Quorn Chicken-style Fillets, Red Cabbage and Quinoa
Rice paper rolls are really simple to make. All you need to do is pick up the dry rice paper rolls from your nearest Asian Supermarket; prep all your veggies and your Quorn Chicken-style Fillets and then get started. Submerge your rice paper sheet in a saucepan of room temperature water for around 10 seconds until it becomes pliable, and then remove, lay flat on a work surface and pop all your filling in. Roll up carefully but tightly and then move onto rolling the rest. Serve with a tasty dipping sauce and you have a great meal.
Savoury Tomato and Feta Crostata with Quorn Chicken-Style Fillets
A crostata is a great introduction to making pastry and it is naturally meant to be rustic in style, so is forgiving if you’re not a pro. Besides that, it is, of course, also really tasty and impressive looking. Fill the pastry with your Quorn Chicken-style Fillets and a combination of fresh veggies and herbs. Serve for lunch or dinner and your family will be coming back for seconds!
What is Quorn?
Many years of research and development in the 1960s identified a tiny member of the fungi family that could be converted into a protein. This led to the mass production of mycoprotein, the unique ingredient that makes Quorn products so special.
Fermenters are used to grow and harvest the protein. It is not dissimilar to the way that production of beer or yoghurt works.
What was amazing about this new protein was its ability to replicate the taste and texture of meat. The unique fibrous nature of Quorn means it can provide the textural experience of eating meat. Its ability to take on flavour and lack of aftertaste means it can deliver the taste of meat and meat dishes brilliantly
Enjoyed these Quorn recipes? Check out these Indian inspired vegan Quorn recipes too.
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