These Vegan Chik'n Tenders by Quorn are meatless, soy-free, egg-free and dairy-free, making them a great option for mealtime! Made with Quorn's amazing mycoprotein that's derived from fungi instead of the usual soy, wheat or pea protein sources, these little cubes of vegan "chicken" are packed with protein and are low in fat, and cook up quickly on the stove top, grill or in the microwave, giving you a fast and convenient way to enjoy your favorite meals. Each 10.58 oz. (300g) package contains 3 cups total of cubed vegan chicken pieces. $6.99 per package.
Ingredients: Mycoprotein, potato protein, contains 2% or less of: water, calcium chloride, wheat gluten, yeast extract, pea fiber, calcium acetate, carrageenan, sodium alginate, onion powder, sage, sugar
1 cup (110g)
Servings Per Container
Amount Per Serving
Total Fat 3g
Trans Fat 0g
Saturated Fat 1g
Total Carbohydrate 11g
Dietary Fiber 6g
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So far, so good
For years, Quorn, which uses mycoprotein, has had delicious vegetarian meat alternatives, but has had very little that's vegan. Recently, they came out with these vegan chik'n tenders. I tried them today for the first time in a pasta dish with vegan pesto sauce. I found them to be excellent, definitely better tasting than my current go-to chicken substitute, which is Beyond Meat chicken strips. These Quorn chik'n tenders are bland and inoffensive, just like real white meat chicken, so I think they should fit well into most dishes that call for chicken. They have a nice texture, and have none of the mild soy or pea flavor that some of the either fake meats (from other companies) have. Also, they are lower in sodium, on a per-gram of protein basis, than most other fake meats, which is an added bonus when using them with sauces and the like, including pesto, that are already salty. I look forward to experimenting with these more in the future.