Dragonfly Organic Soysage (4) 200g
Organic vegetarian sausages. Average Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Dragonfly's organic soysages are made with soya beans and curd with a dash of sage for a fuller flavour. These vegetarian sausages are a great addition to any vegetarian dish.
Remove all packaging before cooking.
6 minutes each side.
5 minutes each side.
3 mins each side.
15 minutes 190°C Gas Mark %
2 minutes on full.
Soya bean fibre and curd (64%), cooked brown rice (34%), tamari, black pepper, sea salt, cooked in sunflower oil.
Energy 939kJ/226kcal, Protein 8.0g, Carbohydrate 12.8g (of which sugars 0.1g), Fat 15.8g (of which saturates 2.0g), Fibre 3.2g, Salt 0.86g
Almond, walnut and sesame trace.
Soysages are pre-cooked in organic sunflower oil, and are best eaten hot or cold after re-heating.
Dairy Free, Egg Free, Gluten Free, Organic, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free
Customer reviews - Dragonfly Organic Soysage (4) 200g
Thu 9th Jun 2011
These sausages are really tasty with just about anything. I am wheat and dairy intollerant and these are the only ones I could find that I can eat, they go really nice with a roast dinner etc. The only reason I have given 4 instead of 5 stars is because they do have a slight tendancy to break apart (probably from the lack of gluten) but other than that they are delicious Reviewer's Name:
Mrs C Kerry -
Wed 9th Nov 2011
The company has great cruelty free credentials and these soysages are vegan. I like the texture and taste but I have found them very difficult to digest. Also, they do not keep very well and on the occasions when I have not cooked the whole pack but left some in the fridge they have tended to go mouldy in as little as one day.Reviewer's Name:
A Customer Hint of spice -
Thu 15th Nov 2012
Just the taste, spiced deliciously, can be eaten on all occasions.Reviewer's Name:
Lalita B Great Vegan Fast food -
Sat 4th May 2013
Great tasting lil sausages ! A rather short shelf life but I
buy in bulk and freeze and then take them out a couple at a time a few hours before cooking.Reviewer's Name:
Jennifer Blue -
Sat 11th May 2013
These are great as a meat alternative with Sunday dinner or as a snack, with ketchup. Also great cut up in carrot and corinander soup.Reviewer's Name: