Cranberry and Orange Christmas Quorn Roast
Brighten up the table this Christmas with this colourful showstopper! A succulent Quorn Roast with juicy clementines and cranberries, it’s a special dish fit for a festive feast.
A Little Effort
4.4 g of fat
- 1 Quorn Roast
- 1 orange, sliced
- 1 clementine, sliced
- 50 g fresh cranberries
- 6 thyme sprigs
- 1 tbsp oil
- 30 ml orange juice
- 2 tbsp clear honey
- Preheat your oven to 190C.
- Line a roasting tray with greaseproof paper and assemble the orange and clementine slices. Remove the Quorn Roast from its packaging and place on top. Sprinkle over the fresh cranberries and thyme. Drizzle with the oil and transfer to the oven for 30 minutes.
- Meanwhile, mix together the orange juice with the honey and set aside.
- Remove from the oven and carefully remove the Quorn Roast from its cooking bag as this will be quite hot once out of the oven.
- Once removed, place the Quorn Roast back in to the roasting tray and brush with the orange and honey mixture. Transfer back to the oven for a further 20 minutes.
- Serve sliced with a selection of festive sides and trimmings.
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The nation has spoken
Prepared thus for my veggie daughter last Xmas and she said it was delicious
I like it it’s nice.
Tried this and was delicious, thank you!
Blod in Wales
This will be our 3rd Xmas using Quorn. Roast as the centrepiece. we usually spend Xmas in the Costa del Sol in Spain and buy our Quorn Roast from Morrison’s in Gibraltar. Obviously we are at home in Wales this year due to the Covid pandemic, but will have a traditional dinner with Quorn Roast as the main with Quorn cocktail Sausages wrapped in Quorn bacon slices for our pigs in blankets. It is always delicious and never fails to please. There’s usually some Quorn roast leftover for Boxing Day curry too.
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