An interesting new meat substitute, Soy Curls make an
excellent addition to soups, casseroles, potatoes, rice,
stir-fries, noodles, spaghetti sauce, chili, pizza toppings,
salads, curries, enchiladas and more. With 10g of non-GMO soy
protein per serving as well as 3 of fiber, Soy Curls add a hearty
texture to your favorite dishes. Just soak for 10 minutes in warm
water, season them to taste and you’ve got a tasty and healthy
complement for your next meal. 8 oz. (227g) package makes
approximately 1.5 lbs. of meat substitute when rehydrated. $4.59
Ingredients: Delicately textured select non-GMO
soybeans, grown without pesticides
From C. G. McCann of Chesapeake, Virginia on 7/9/2014.
We have used Butler's Soy Curls for years now and they have continued to please us. They are organic and GMO free (according to some correspondence I had with the company) and I have used them a thousand ways. They are excellent rehydrated and mixed with miso then used in Shepherd's Pie. They can be mixed with soy sauce (or tamari if you are gluten free), and used in stir fry. I am working on a way to make veggie brats out of them right now. Love them!
From Anonymous of San Francisco, California on 12/27/2013.
This is by far one of the best vegan meat subs. I soak in hot water for 2-5 minutes depending on how much I use (even though packge suggests 10 min). good with light seasoning or soy sauce. Add to any dish or eat it alone.
Butler soy curls
From Olga Williams of Fayetteville, North Carolina on 10/3/2013.
I've been using this product for a while with much success. It's a hit at church potluck and home gatherings. Prepared like chicken. Well seasoned. Yum Yummy Yum
Not what I expected
From Jamie of Slidell, Louisiana on 7/11/2013.
I bought these thinking I could use them as a meat substitute while making regular dishes for the hubby. I tried them just about every way I could but never ended up liking the texture. It was sponge like and I couldn't get used to it.
From Jude York of Paoli, Indiana on 4/29/2013.
I love these so much. They're good in practically everything. I marinate them in hot water and Bragg's Liquid Aminos before spicing and cooking them. They're good on pizza, on sandwiches, in soup or stew, in fried rice, in wraps. Everywhere I've tried them, they're wonderful. Looking forward to experimenting with them more.
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