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Delicious vegetable protein "meat" patties in a rich,
savory sauce. Can be breaded and pan-fried, warmed in a skillet
with veggies and potatoes, or simply eaten straight out of the can.
A must-have staple for those days when you don't have time to cook
from scratch! Pre-cooked and ready to serve. Contains no
preservatives or fat. Each 1 lb 3 oz can contains roughly about 10
"chops". $7.59 per can.
Ingredients: Wheat gluten, water, wheat flour, soy
protein isolate, soy sauce, vegetable seasonings, salt, onion
From Leah Hershey of Brick, New Jersey on 3/29/2014.
Sure it looks funny, it IS protein in a can. Just give it a try in a stirfry. Yummy and filling. A little pricey is the only reason I gave 4 stars.
From stephanie of saint louis, Missouri on 9/7/2012.
gross. it looked like dog food to begin with. i fixed some of the scallops and they were delicious. i have a fabulous breading i used for that and i used it for this and several other things, it was so gross. never again. only gave it two stars because i dropped one on the floor and my dog ate it. of course, he will eat just about anything.
great for a meat sub
From Dawn of San Bdo, California on 7/30/2011.
Like so many of these meat subs you really do need to doctor them up. My family loves them breaded and fried, with or without any kind of sauce. Also makes a great sandwich. Reminds me of a breaded chicken cutlett type sandwich. Even my youngest who is always last on board with any new "vegan" or "veggie" products really liked them.
I thought these were great.
From Anonymous of Brooklyn, New York on 3/31/2009.
I breaded and pan fried them...then served them with gravy. Really good.
From Kattie of Winter Park, Florida on 2/12/2009.
This smells and looks like alpo coming out of the can. I'm not vegan, or even vegetarian for that matter. So, my memory isn't so far off when I say that this is exactly like chicken fried chicken when prepared correctly. First I drained and pressed 4 of the chops (you get a ton!). While pressing, I created a marinade of 1 cup veggie broth, 1 clove garlic minced, 1 tsp Mrs. Dash, a pinch of thyme, 1/4 cup chopped onion and a couple of dashes of hot sauce. I let the chops soak it up in the fridge for about 2 hours. While still dripping I dredged them in salt and peppered flour, then water and then seasoned bread crumbs. I fried them in vegetable oil until browned and topped with white gravy (use any recipe- replacing milk with unsweet soymilk and butter with smart balance light or the like). So, so, so good.
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