Quorn has recently come out with its first "turk'y burger," (a meatless and soy free turk'y burger). These burgers are only 90 calories each and have 1/2 the fat of regular turkey burgers. In addition, they are all natural. They had the texture of ground turkey. If you hadn't told me, I would not have guessed they were meat free. Unlike other popular meat free product lines, Quorn makes it's burgers from mycoprotein. Since there are not a lot of seasonings on it, this burger can be a great addition to almost any meal, including salads, soups, stirfries, or just plain on a burger bun. I definitely recommend you try these turk'y burgers! Even if you are a meat eater, these are a nice change to the traditional turkey and chicken.
What is Mycoprotein?
* Mycoprotein is a fungus which contains high-quality protein, enabling us to offer an alternative, purely vegetarian source of protein to meat. It is high quality because it has all 9 essential amino acids.
* Mycoprotein is naturally low in fat.
* Mycoprotein also contains very few calories, so we can bring you foods which deliver on taste but which don’t max out on the calorie content.
* Mycoprotein also contains essential dietary fiber, which as we all know, helps to maintain a healthy digestive system.
* Mycoprotein contains zero cholesterol.
* Mycoprotein is completely meat-free and soy-free.
Protein: 10 g
Saturated Fat: 0.5g
Trans Fat: 0g
Ingredients: Mycoprotein (47%), rehydrated egg white, wheat flour, onion, canola oil, textured wheat protein. Contains 2% or less of natural flavors from non-meat sources, tapioca starch, salt, pectin, sodium alginate (seaweed extract)Made from natural ingredients.