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Quorn Vegetarian Chilli With Rice Ready Meal

A vegetarian take on your favourite Mexican dish. Our NEW Quorn Chilli with rice ready meal is ready to enjoy in minutes! Made using Quorn Mince cooked in a traditional chilli sauce recipe of tomatoes, kidney beans and a flavourful spice blend, served with a side of coriander rice.

This tasty meat-free ready meal is also a source of protein and low in saturated fat, so you can enjoy this delicious veggie chilli ready meal as a mid-week dinner.

106 cals
(Per 100g)

0.9g of fat


Product information

Source of Protein

Low in Saturated Fat

Pack size: 400g (chilled)


Cooked Coriander Rice (Water, Long Grain Rice, Onion, Coriander, Salt), Water, Meat Free Mince (14%) (Mycoprotein*, Rehydrated Free Range Egg White, Pea Fibre, Natural Caramelised Sugar, Firming Agents: Calcium Chloride, Calcium Acetate; Gluten Free Roasted Barley Malt Extract), Tomato, Red Kidney Beans, Red Pepper, Onion, Tomato Paste, Red Wine, Tomato Juice, Cornflour, Garlic Purée, Concentrated Lime Juice, Salt, Ground Chipotle Chilli, Dark Muscovado Sugar, Smoked Paprika, Coriander, Ground Cumin, Ground Coriander, Oregano, Leek, Rapeseed Oil, Caramelised Sugar Syrup, Cracked Black Pepper, Carrot, Tomato Purée, Parsley, White Peppercorns, Bay Leaf. *13% of final product.

For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.

Nutritional Information


Typical Values Per 100g
Energy 442kJ/106kcal
Fat 0.9g
of which saturates 0.2g
Carbohydrate 18g
of which sugars 2.0g
Fibre 2.7g
Protein 4.5g
Salt 0.36g

Cooking Instructions


Quorn Vegetarian Chilli With Rice (400g)

Remove sleeve. For best results MICROWAVE cook.

(microwave) 5 MIN 30 SEC

Pierce film and cook at 800w. Halfway through cooking, peel back film lid, add 1 tablespoon of water to the rice, stir both compartments thoroughly and re-cover. Cook for the remaining time. Allow to stand for 1 minute. Stir and serve.

All appliances vary, these are guidelines only. Check product is piping hot before serving. This container may soften slightly when hot.

Related FAQs

Is Quorn safe?


Quorn first went on sale in UK in 1985, and has since served over 7 billion meals across 20 different countries. Quorn has been approved for sale by some of the world’s leading health agencies, including the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Health Canada (HC), European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Safety Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).

So it’s not just us, but also the world’s leading food regulators who are confident that Quorn is safe. The only suggestion that it isn’t has come from an American website called Centre for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). We find it puzzling that CSPI – a purported food safety organization – would be opposed to a range of safe products that bring better choice and variety to those looking to reduce the amount of meat in their diet. And it’s particularly strange given the multitude of other foods on the market today that have proven high allergenic properties where CSPI’s voice is all but silent.

Consider soy; according to Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), soy is “one of the more common food allergies, especially among babies and children.” CSPI has not sounded the alarms and called for the removal of soy products from store shelves, as it has with Quorn. This is interesting, given CSPI’s collaboration with the American Soybean Association (ASA), allegedly dating back to 1991, and their rather flattering coverage of the ingredient in recent years. In 2014, CSPI’s founder, Michael Jacobson, was a featured speaker at an event sponsored by the ASA. CSPI also published a favourable report on soy later that same year. We think the public is right to wonder whether the motives behind CSPI’s long-standing campaign to disparage Quorn have been pure in nature.

You can find out more about Michael Jacobson and CSPI here.

For Further information on Quorn ingredients and allergens, please visit our dedicated page.

Are Quorn products healthy?

We do not claim to have the definitive answer to what is healthy but we focus on providing people with a wide range of food choices that suit how they live, how they prepare food and how they approach health.

Quorn mycoprotein, an ingredient in all Quorn products, is a nutritious protein that can form part of a healthy, balanced and varied diet. It is high in protein, high in fibre, low in saturated fat and contains no cholesterol. This high-quality protein contains all nine essential amino acids which are not produced in the body and must be obtained through the food we eat. Quorn mycoprotein contains a variety of vitamins and minerals, it is a source of riboflavin and is high in choline, folate, manganese, phosphorus and zinc.

According to the UK’s Nutrient Profiling Model (Food Standards Agency, 2004/5), 90% of Quorn’s global portfolio is considered non-HFSS or healthier choices. HFSS foods are those which are high in fat, salt and saturated fat. You can find out more about this here.

Can I freeze Quorn once it has been cooked?

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.

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