Quorn Vegetarian Roast
For Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner, nothing brings people together like a classic British roast dinner. Try our delicious vegetarian roast for a meat-free centrepiece of your celebratory holiday table, or just a weeknight family dinner. Full of flavour and not saturated fat, our vegetarian roast is a healthy way to enjoy our nation's favourite meal. Don't forget all the trimmings, like pigs in blankets, veggies and Yorkshire puddings. Explore our vegetarian Roast recipe inspiration hub here.Buy now
2.7g of fat
Pack size: 454g (frozen)
Mycoprotein (60%), Rehydrated Free Range Egg White, Onion, Rapeseed Oil, Natural Flavourings, Milk Proteins, Firming Agents: Calcium Chloride, Calcium Acetate.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.
|Typical values||Per 100g|
|of which saturates||1.0g|
|of which sugars||0.8g|
Quorn Roast (454g)
Cook from frozen. Remove outer carton & inner tray.
(oven) 55 MIN
Pierce the film around the roast, but do not remove, leaving metal end clips in place. Preheat oven and baking tray to 220°C/Fan 200°C/Gas 7. Cook on the middle oven shelf. Stand for 5 mins. Remove outer film and metal end clips, carve and serve.
All appliances vary, these are guidelines only. Check product is piping hot before serving.
Yes, you can freeze Quorn once it has been cooked. As long as your meal is cold before freezing and all the other ingredients are suitable for freezing and reheating, you can keep it in the freezer for up to a month.
When you're ready to enjoy, simply defrost fully in the fridge and then cook it within 24 hours ensuring the food is piping hot throughout before serving.
Quorn is perfectly safe to reheat, so long as it has been kept nice and cool in the fridge and is eaten within 48 hours. Please ensure that the food is piping hot throughout before serving and remember, don’t reheat more than once.
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