Cooking with Quorn

On certain days of the week we are often in a rush after school to get my daughter to one of her various after school activities. I look for quick and easy to prepare meal ideas and Quorn fits this nicely. Quorn is a healthy alternative to meat. It is high in protein and low in saturated fat, great for those leading an active lifestyle or those looking to loose weight. I like Quorn because I can cook it from frozen, so I don't need to mess around with defrosting.

I felt in the interest of fairness it would be wise to try a variety of the different Quorn products available. We have had Quorn sausage and egg sandwiches, tried the Swedish meatballs in our spaghetti and used Quorn mince to make chilli con carne, pasta bolognese and shepherds pies. Quorn chicken free pieces have been used it make chicken pies and for Chinese stir fry but our current favourite is Quorn steak strips in risotto.

Quorn risotto

Quorn is so versatile that it can be used in place of meat in any dish. We have found it very easy to cook and to BBQ with. My husband, who is a huge meat eater and prefers his steak raw, loves the Quorn meatballs and often mentions he prefers them. Even the girls love Quorn. Quick and simple to cook with and means I can create a healthy meal quickly even when we are rushing after school.

We were provided with vouchers in order to try Quorn.  All words are my own opinion. 

2 Comments

  1. We eat Quorn pretty much every other day in our house as we are all veggies, and we love it! x

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