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Quorn launches three new veggie products for spring

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Quorn launches three new veggie products for spring
The holy trinity (Credit: Quorn, Getty)

You guys. I’ve got something exciting to tell you.

It was pretty light in my bedroom when my alarm went off at 6am this morning. It seems like spring is coming.

Which – after last week’s horrendous Narnia-esque conditions – was something I never thought would happen.

Do you know what we do to celebrate the arrival of a new season? We welcome new foods into our fridge freezers, that’s what we do.

The first to be welcome into our cool, damp paradise are these new vegetarian products from Quorn.

Thai Aromatic Bites, Quorn, £2.25

Quorn Thai Bites
(Picture: Quorn)

These chilled balls of joy can be found in the fridge, and can be eaten straight out of the pack, which is perfect for future spring picnics, where you pretend you’re warm enough in that small patch of sun but you’re actually not.

They’re high in protein and fibre, and taste of chilli, ginger and lemongrass.

Available in Sainsbury’s from 10 April.

Sweet and Smoky Strips, Quorn, £2

Quorn Sweet and Smoky Strips
(Picture: Quorn)

Use these breaded bad boys in fajitas, stir frys, pasta dishes or salads. We envision them in a wrap with herby mayo, leafy salad and some crunchy cucumber. Delish.

They’re high in protein and a source of fibre, so you may as well eat a lot.

Available in Asda stores and Ocado from 16 April.

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Buttermilk Bites, Quorn, £2

Quorn Buttermilk Goujon
(Picture: Quorn)

Succulent bites in a crunchy buttermilk coating that are high in protein? Sounds good to us. Make them when you want to eat chicken nuggets but also want to feel fancy and not five years old.

Available in Asda stores and Ocado from 16 April.

Now, Quorn are known for making bloody delicious chicken substitutes – their nuggets are amazing – but every time they launch a new product that’s not vegan we get sad.

Fry’s makes incredible mock breaded chicken but they’re quite hard to find, whereas Quorn is much easier to find, yet only makes a handful of vegan chicken products, which are always way more expensive.

Why you gotta be like this, fake meat world?

There are so many of us who don’t eat meat, dairy or eggs, who want the processed fake chicken.

Bring us the goods!

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