£1.8558p per 100g
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FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100 g||Per serving|
|Energy||621 kJ||497 kJ|
|(148 kcal)||(119 kcal)|
|Fat, total||5,6 g||4,5 g|
|- Saturated||0,7 g||0,6 g|
|- Monounsaturated||1,7 g||1,4 g|
|- Polyunsaturated||3,2 g||2,6 g|
|Carbohydrate||7,4 g||5,9 g|
|of which total sugar||0,3 g||0,2 g|
|Fibre#||6,2 g||5 g|
|Protein||14 g||11,2 g|
|Salt||1,96 g||1,57 g|
|Sodium||773 mg||618 mg|
|#Method of analysis. AOAC method 991.43. Nutritional information obtained by analysis|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (44)
Having eaten vegetarian for over 30 years I have eaten a lot of veggie burgers in my time. These are terrible- texture and flavour. Went in bin (which I never do)
These are my favourite meat free burgers. I fry them until starting to brown on each side, but still moist in middle, adding a few drops of dark soy sauce, freshly ground black pepper, then violife cheese slice (to melt on top of each burger while still in pan) then serve in a seeded bun with gherkins, finely chopped onion, American mustard and ketchup :)
I only got these because they were half price and I was trying to cut down on meat. I was blown away by how good they are. Very pricey when not on offer, but they do taste good!
Lost a star because theyre smaller and drier than the vegan Linda McC ones. Pretty good though.
Great with mustard and ketchup
The great taste of cloves... now in a burger!
Ate 2. The other 2 went in the bin. Case closed.