Quorn launching vegan nuggets and a tortilla escalope, just in time for quick school meals

Read Time:   |  29th August 2019

Back-to-school meals just got simpler this Autumn, as Quorn launches two new spicy vegan products.

Quorn Tex-Mex Nuggets

Popular meat-replacement brand, Quorn, continue to delight vegan parents and kids with their high protein and high fibre alternatives, which are perfect for quick and easy school dinners. Expanding upon their already impressive vegan food products, which includes their brilliant Fish-less Cod Fillets, Quorn have announced that they will be launching two new additions to their Totally Vegan range this Autumn.

Just in time for back-to-school, the new Totally Crunchy Vegan Tex-Mex Nuggets will be hitting the shelves of your nearest supermarket in early September. This new addition is a twist on Quorn’s original bestselling Crispy Nugget recipe, with the new Tex-Mex nuggets being coated in a spicy breadcrumb made with quinoa, oats, barley and linseed. What’s more, the nuggets are soy-free and are a source of protein whilst remaining low in fat and high in fibre. 

Quorn launches new spicy tortilla escalopes

Launching in October, a new Totally Vegan Spicy Tortilla Escalope from Quorn will feature a citrus infused Quorn fillet, coated in a crunchy nacho crumb. These mid-week meal saviours are ready in just 16 minutes and are under 250 calories per serving. Pair with an avocado salad, sweet potatoes and a squeeze of fresh lime for a delicious alternative meal.

Vegan Crunchy Tex-Mex Nuggets launching early September, 200g (RRP: £3.00)

Totally Vegan Spicy Tortilla Escalope launching October, 220g (Serves two) (RRP: £3.25)

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