Granose Meat-Free Chicken Style Roast Mix 150g
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a nutritious meat-free chicken style roast mix with textured soya protein.
Dried textured soya protein 49% [defatted soya flour, iron (ferrous sulphate) vitamin B1 (thaimine mononitrate), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)], vegetable oil, rusk (wheatflour, salt), natural flavourings, stabiliser (methyl cellulose), dried herbs, soya flour.
661kJ/158kcal, Protein 10.6g, Carbohydrate 10.0g (of which sugars 1.1g), Fat 8.4g (of which saturates 5.0g), Fibre 3.2g, Sodium 0.40g
RecipeMeat-free chicken style roast with warm new potato and asparagus salad. Serves 3
2x 75g sachet of granose meat free chicken style roast
500g baby new potatoes
16-24 asparagus spears
80g young spinach leaves
50g soft goat's cheese (sliced)
6 radishes (sliced)For the dressing
45ml (3tbsp) olive oil
30ml (2 tbsp) lemon juice
2 tsp runny honey
2 tsp wholegrain mustard Method
1. Prepare both sachets of the meat free chicken style roast mix as directed on pack and keep warm.
2. Parboil the potatoes for 15 minutes until slightly tender. Drain and leave to cool for 5 minutes on a baking tray.
3. Pre heat the oven to 200°C/400°F gas mark 6.
4. Mix together all the dressing ingredients and season if desired.
5. Trim off the woody ends of the asparagus and place on the baking tray with the cooled potatoes.
6. Drizzle 1/4 of the dressing over the potatoes and asparagus.
7. Bake in the centre of the oven for 15-20 minutes.
8. Slice the meat free chicken style roast and serve the warm potatoes and asparagus salad on a bed of spinach leaves and goat's cheese.
9. Garnish with radish's and the remaining dressing.
Customer reviews - Granose Meat-Free Chicken Style Roast Mix 150g
Sat 12th Feb 2011
Really tasty and moist, better if you add some finely chopped onions and peppers and serve with some home made gravy and roasted veg, nice sunday dinner!Reviewer's Name:
sharon lightDoesn -
Sun 20th Jan 2013
I like the versality of this chicken roast dish when it comes to actually using it. Of course you can add water to the two sachets to make a nice, big vegan roast as an accompaniment to your dinner, but I also like to make up tablespoons of it at a time as tasty snack sized burgers, or put a shaking of it into cous cous to add some flavour and protein. Reviewer's Name: