Quorn Roast Chicken Style Slices
Layer up our Quorn Roast Chicken Style Slices for a tasty lunchtime sandwich. These succulent, vegan roast chicken slices are high in protein, low in sat fat and totally meat-free! What are you waiting for, grab the lettuce, mayo and get that tasty sandwich made!
8.3g of fat
Pack size: 105g (chilled)
Mycoprotein (27%), Wheat Gluten, Water, Rapeseed Oil, Seasoning (Yeast Extract, Rice Flour, Sea Salt, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Sugar, Salt, Bay, White Pepper, Rapeseed Oil, Sage Extract), Acidity Regulator: Calcium Carbonate; Bamboo Fibre, Potato Starch, Natural Flavouring, Rice Starch, Antioxidant: Ascorbic Acid; Basil Extract, Corn Flour, Rosemary Extract, Thyme Oil (Sunflower Oil, Thyme).
For allergens, including cereals containing glutens, see ingredients in bold.
|Typical values||Per 100g|
|of which saturates||0.9g|
|of which sugars||1.2g|
Quorn Roast Chicken Style Slices (100g)
Keep refrigerated and use by the date shown on front of pack.
Once opened, eat within 2 days.
Not suitable for home freezing.
Yes, Quorn ready to eat deli products can certainly be used to cook with. Just use Quorn deli, in your recipes as you would other deli products - but keep in mind that the cooking times will most likely be shorter. Our new Sandwich Fillers are also great to cook with – try them stirred into pasta or heated in a panini press for a tasty lunch. You'll find some recipe inspiration on our website - click here to view our deli recipes.
We use pea protein and pea fibre in quite a few products to help create a great texture. When we use these ingredients, we will always include them within the ingredients list. You can find the ingredients list on the packaging when you’re shopping in store, or scroll down to the ingredients section on our product pages.
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