Redwood Vegetarian Rashers 115g
A blend of vegetable oil, gluten and soya proteinAverage Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Delicious with eggs, tomatoes and mushrooms. Great in sandwiches, omlettes, quiche and on pizzas.
Fry lightly for 1 1/2 mins
Water, wheat gluten, soya protein, non hydrogenated vegetable oils & fats, textured wheat protein, potato starch, salt, dried yeast, sugar, natural flavourings, thickener: carrageenan, onion powder, colour: iron oxide.
Energy 1096kj/197kcal, Protein 25.8g, Carbohydrate 6.6g, Fat 7.3g.
Contains wheat gluten and soya.
Suitable for freezing.
Dairy Free, Egg Free, Lactose Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Customer reviews - Redwood Vegetarian Rashers 115g
Reviews Redwood Streaky Rashers -
Thu 20th Sep 2007
The only decent "fake bacon" I can find that doesn't have egg or milk products in it. Once more, since becoming vegan, I can enjoy my BLTs!Reviewer's Name:
Kate Garratt Vegetarian Streaky Rashers -
Mon 1st Oct 2007
These are really really nice! They taste like smokey ham or something similar and as long and you don't cook them for too long they are really soft and nice, not crispy like other makes.
Drewe cheatin bacon -
Tue 9th Jun 2009
Excellent!! Really good texture, taste and cooks in under 2 minutes! They don't shrink and are of a really decent size to start with, two will easily fill a sandwich! GREAT!Reviewer's Name:
nikcheatin rashers -
Thu 30th Jul 2009
I first had these as part of an all-day breakfast at our cafe in the park. My vegan daughter and I (vegetarian) enjoyed them and asked the chef what make they were.There will always be a pack in our fridge now; they're versatile and very yummy.Reviewer's Name:
JudithGreat for BLTs -
Fri 25th Mar 2011
This is the only vegan 'bacon' I buy. I love having a Redwood BLT at the weekend. The rashers do cook VERY quickly though, as the packet suggests. I left my rashers for a minute too long the other day and they were rather crunchy!Reviewer's Name:
R Wood Mmmmm tasty -
Mon 30th May 2011
Awesome taste and a really nice crispy texture if fried, especially nice in toasties and highliy recommendedReviewer's Name:
Heather Kennedy Not Impressed! -
Fri 30th Dec 2011
I bought these streaky rashers as a substitute for bacon to use as 'pigs in blankets' with the Redwood mixed meat sausages. Unfortunately, I found that they were quite dry and quite bland but they did have a bit of a smokey bacon taste which was something I suppose! Next time I will try them in a sandwich and give them another chance.Reviewer's Name:
Mich Tasty -
Thu 15th Nov 2012
Fried with a hint of different spices can brighten up almost all the dishes.Reviewer's Name:
Lalita B redwood vegetarian streaky rashers -
Wed 5th Dec 2012
I would love to say these are wonderful like everyone else, but I have tried to eat them on several occasions, so it is not for the want of trying, but unfortunately think they are awful! I am still trying to find the perfect veggie "bacon" if it exists!Reviewer's Name:
Wed 1st May 2013
Love these rashers in a sandwich or fry up. They do cook very quickly so careful not to burn, although still tasty when crispy. Also nice cold in a vegan blt.Reviewer's Name:
Mrs s j wright
TipsBacon in Jackets -
Thu 12th Apr 2012
Try scooping the flesh from a cooked jacket potato and mixing it with soft creamy (soya) cheese, cooked peas, cooked, chopped rashers and a little (soya) milk. Refill the skins with the mixture and top with snipped fresh chives before serving.Reviewer's Name: