Vbites Vegetarian Mince 300g
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Delicious meat free mince fortified with Omega 3 and 6, and Vitamins B6 and B12.
Perfect for meat free spaghetti bolognaise, vegetarian lasagne, taco and all your favourite recipes.
For best results do not pre-cook Redwoods vegetarian mince. Just add to your favourite recipes. This product does not shrink during the cooking process.
Water, gluten, vegetable oil and fats, soya protein, textured vegetable protein, ground flax, inulin*, wheat fibre, flavouring, salt, malt extract, sugar, thickener - carrageenan, onion powder, zinc sulphate, vitamin B6, vitamin B12.
*Contains inulin, a pre-biotic to stimulate the growth of healthy intestinal bacteria.
Typical values per 100g:
Energy 1201kJ/287kcal, Protein 24.1g, Carbohydrate 10.1g (of which sugars 1.0g), Fat 17.7g (of which saturates 5.2g,mono-unsaturates 8.0g, poly-unsaturates 4.1g), Cholesterol 0g, Fibre 9.6g, Sodium 0.5g, vitamin B6 0.5mg, zinc 1.2mg, omega 3 1.0g, omega 6 0.2g.
Contains Soya Protein and Wheat Gluten .
Suitable for home freezing
RecipeRedwood Cheatin' Mince Tacos.
300g Redwood Cheatin' Mince
12 Taco shells
Mexican spice mix
2 Tomatoes - chopped
125g grated cheese - try Redwood Nach style Cheezly
Lettuce - shredded
1. Heat the oil in the pan.
2. Add the Redwood Cheatin' Mince, mexican spice, and water and stir throughly.
3. Bring to the biol and simmer for 3 minutes until the liquid is reduced.
4. Warm the taco shells following the instructions on the packet.
5. Fill the shells with the lettuce, spiced Redwood Cheatin' Mince mixture, and tomatoes then topped with salsa and grated cheese.
Dairy Free, Egg Free, Kosher, Vegan, Vegetarian
Customer reviews - Vbites Vegetarian Mince 300g
Tue 29th Dec 2009
By far the best beef mince alternative I've tried. Great for pasta sauces, shepherd's pie, etc. It freezes well too.Reviewer's Name:
Maxine Davies Wonderful -
Thu 15th Nov 2012
Can be made in to a variety of treats and dishes. Quick and easy to cook and adding different oils, spices and vegetables etc. can be turned in to a mouth watering feast. Reviewer's Name: