£3.60£1.00 per 100g
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FrozenSuitable for freezingSuitable for the microwaveSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100 g||per serving|
|Energy||1002 kJ||451 kJ|
|(241 kcal)||(108 kcal)|
|Fat, total||17,2 g||7,7 g|
|- Saturated||15,8 g||7,2 g|
|- Monounsaturated||1 g||0,5 g|
|- Polyunsaturated||0,3 g||0,2 g|
|Carbohydrate||4,6 g||2,1 g|
|of which total sugar||0,5 g||0,2 g|
|Fibre#||2,1 g||1 g|
|Protein||16,9 g||7,6 g|
|Sodium||772 mg||347,4 mg|
|(0,77 g)||(0,35 g)|
|Salt||2 g||0,9 g|
|#Method of analysis. AOAC method 991.43. Nutritional information obtained by analysis|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (19)
Did not meet expectations. Enjoyed the Quorn hotdogs much more. These were not seasoned well and were very bland. Add ketchup and mustard and these hotdogs are just fine. I won't order again.
These are my favorite meat free sausages! They are perfect for a hot dog and very close to the real thing. I’ve even given them to people that consume meat and they thought they were great.
I was so looking forward to tasting the hot dog sausages. Im afraid I going to have to throw the rest away. Although I might try frying them before I do. I think boiling them for 6 minutes might have boiled away the flavour. I have to say that their sausage rolls are very tasty!
I took one little bite and threw the whole box out. Nothing's right about this product. The texture, the colour, the taste...absolutely awful.
Who's that reviewer moaning about coconut oil? Get a life pal! Go eat a few apples or something while the rest of us enjoy these hot dogs! :-)
With all meat substitute products the texture usually lets it down but these Frys hotdogs are light, and not dense and stodgy as other well known brands, and they taste very similar to the real thing.