There are two flavors I love, while there are two flavors I can continue without.
Whether you’re vegan, plant-based, or just love trying vegan meals, you know it can be hard to find tasty alternatives.
To not waste too much time, I decided to make a burrito, salad, quinoa, and jasmine rice dish, to really get a feel of each flavor. Let’s begin!
And here’s how it looks after a few minutes or so:
Here’s a quick snap of my food, before adding any dressing.
Biting into each piece tasted savory and great, but I will admit, I may have added too much oil as the breaded part was a bit mushy. Oiliness aside, the flavor made up for it.
This time, the instruction states to preheat your pan for about a minute on medium-high heat, and then add 1.5-2 tablespoons of oil. Then, add to your pan and let sizzle for about 4-5 minutes if thawed.
And here it is up-close, with a golden brown finish. The texture was pretty tough, again, and while the flavor is listed as original, it did taste pretty bland when compared to the flavor Breaded.
Third on the list was Lemon & Herb. At this point, the instructions were pretty similar as the Original flavor, but cook 3-4 minutes instead.
Here were the results.
I decided to go all out and make what some may consider a burrito, or maybe even a taco. Either way, it looked incredibly tasty, and I could not wait to try.
So far, this one was my favorite out of the first three flavors. Each bite tasted a bit like spring, and chopping them up made it slightly easier to chew through.
Last to try was the flavor in Cajun. Similarly to Lemon & Herb, add some oil, and let cook for 3-4 minutes until golden brown.
And voila. While I might have slightly overcooked them, I was pretty happy with how flavorful they appeared to be and couldn’t wait to dig in.
The first bite was pretty tough; at this point, I expected it and figured maybe I had overcooked all of the flavors, but nonetheless it was good. I was expecting for there to be a bit more flavor, but it didn’t taste bad.
And there ya have it! While there are some flavors I will be purchasing myself, there were one or two I could manage without.
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