UK meat alternative brand Naked Glory is kicking off Veganuary with two new 'meaty' products replicating beef and chicken.
Dubbed as the ‘meatiest thing since meat’, Naked Glory has a plant-based range that can fool any meat-eater. And this Veganuary, the brand is launching two new products to steer people away from animal-based chicken and beef.
Naked Glory says their range is perfect for those who want to ‘cheat on meat’ this January. But the products are also great for existing vegans, providing protein and fibre in a delicious form.
The two new products joining the range are No-Beef Strips and Chick’n Burgers, and we can’t wait to try them!
These meaty strips are flame-grilled and seasoned to perfection for an authentic taste. They are deeply savoury and can be used in everything from stir-fries to casseroles to pies.
Unlike the majority of Naked Glory’s products, these new additions are chilled rather than frozen, and the No-Beef Strips are actually ready to eat. So throw them on a salad or in a sarnie for a quick and easy work-from-home lunch!
The new Chick’n Burgers are also chilled rather than frozen, and make a ‘clucking tasty’ alternative to chicken.
With a juicy, tender texture the new burgers are perfect for sticking between two halves of a vegan brioche bun with plenty of mayo and sliced avocado. Alternatively, try adding a chicken burger patty to a fibre-packed wholefoods salad for a lighter meal.
The Naked Glory Range
Within the existing range, you can find a plant-based alternative for almost anything. Try a vegan sausage sandwich or casserole with the Naked Glory Sizzling Sausages or banish beef with the Mightily Meaty Mince – perfect for a weeknight bolognese.
Naked Glory also has a selection of chicken-style Deli Readybites available in Roast, Tikka and Smoky BBQ flavours. These are a winner in salads, wraps and sandwiches – what’s not to love?
The two new Naked Glory products will be available from Sainsbury’s and Morrisons this Veganuary, with prices starting at £2.50.
Are you thinking about trying Veganuary and unsure what it all means?
Here’s our helpful guide on the difference between vegan and vegetarian.