No Bull Vegan Mince 500g

(28 customer reviews)

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No Bull Vegan Mince 500g

(28 customer reviews)

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Nutrition Info

Per 100g as Sold:

  • Energy 447 kJ
    106 kcal
  • Fat 0.3g
  • (of which saturates 0.2g)
  • Carbohydrate 8.9g
  • (of which sugars 4.9g)
  • Fibre 4.0g
  • Protein 15g
  • Salt 1.3g

How to cook

Defrost

In a refrigerator

Place the frozen product in a fridge during minimum 6 hours.

When the product is defrosted remove from all packaging.


Defrost

In a microwave

Remove product from all packaging, place it in the microwave for 6 minutes at 800w in a microwavable plate.

The product could be used as raw meat.


Pan Fry Defrost

Pan Fry Cook time: 7 min. - 9 min.

Heat a little oil in a frying pan over a high heat.

Fry over a high heat while stirring regularly for 7-9 minutes until hot.

When it's cooked add the sauce.

Water, soya protein 23.9%, natural flavours, maltodextrin, salt, dextrose, colour: Beetroot Red.

ALLERGY ADVICE: FOR ALLERGENS, SEE UNDERLINED INGREDIENTS IN BOLD.

Contains: soya

Plant-based, beautifully un-beefy mince - just delicious in any dish that calls out for mince.

Dietary Information

SUITABLE FOR VEGANS.

Manufacturers Address

Country of origin: France. Primel Gastronomie, ZA de Penhoat 29860 Plabennec, France.

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To contact us please call: 0800 328 0800

Storage information

KEEP FROZEN at -18°C. DO NOT REFREEZE AFTER DEFROSTING.

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Customer Reviews

(28 customer reviews)

SALTY SLOP!!! I've tried burgers from this range which were lovely but this is just awful! It's really sloppy, tastes very salty and gave me a bad tummy within half an hour of eating it. I'd made it into a veggie cottage pie so had loads left over. Kept it in the fridge and tried again the next night but same thing happened, bad tummy. It was still just as sloppy and tasted even more salty. I'll stick to my regular brand veggie mince or supermarket brands as they are lovely, only tried this mince as the burgers had been so nice but wouldn't waste my money again. Thought they were expensive in comparison too! AVOID!!!

Really pleased with this mince! Love the texture and especially the taste. I find this has been the best mock alternative for me and ive made so many tasty dishes with it. Thanks Iceland!

Was still red when cooked added stock to it and still tasted awaful very chewy no taste tried bolognese and vegan lasagna and still tasted very bad

For us, it was not good at all. Stayed pinky red in colour when cooked, pretty tasteless, and if you want to go meatless just leave out the meat and use veg instead. Doesn't really deserve 1 star, but other people seem to like it...we did not at all.

I can only observe the reviews seem split down the middle on this one. We made the most glorious black bean veggie chilli this evening with this. Ingredients: sautéed onion, garlic, cumin, chilli, tin of black beans. tin of chopped tomatoes. Ground salt, pepper. This mince. I thought it was beautiful. Yes, take the point about it being pinkish, but perhaps we could tweak the recipe a bit and put vegan worcestor sauce or similar in to make it brown. I though it was lovely. total cost for ten portions - £6 veggie mince being most expensive ingredient. So cost per head - is - 60p. Is that not lovely for home use or a party? served with nachos and twiddly add ons such as sweet corn or tacos? Not sure what people have to complaint about... Surely this is good news, what with global warming and all the rest of it? all best ….happy eating.

Absolutely delicious. My family couldn't taste the difference. Bravo!

I cannot eat quorn mince because of the wheat gives me stomachache, so thought I would give this a try as I love the no bull burgers.I'm really impressed with the taste and texture of this mince made a lovely bolognese and shepherds pie,would highly recommend.... just don't expect the mince to go brown when you fry it of it stays that pinky colour

Nasty just mush.............THE *competitor comment removed by Feefo* Soya Mince are better.

I expected a lot from the No Bull mince, having been very pleasantly surprised by the burgers from the same range (some of the best vegan burgers out there and at a fraction of the price of others, which have little difference in taste). However, the mince is really chewy and gristly and has an overpowering smell, which affects the taste. I think this could potentially be counteracted by soaking the mince, once defrosted, in some liquid stock to soften it and diminish the smell, but it's a lot of effort to go to and you'd need to add in extra time for this, on top of the defrosting. A real disappointment and I'd recommend so many other ranges over this. Please try again No Bull as this is way below par compared to the burgers, even if it's the same product just minced.

Taste wise it’s a nice flavour but the texture is way too sloppy. There’s no way to dry it out in the cooking without it burning. It would help if it was drier and was firmer once cooked. I don’t think I’ll buy this again unless there is some improvement in texture.


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Ingredients

Water, soya protein 23.9%, natural flavours, maltodextrin, salt, dextrose, colour: Beetroot Red.

ALLERGY ADVICE: FOR ALLERGENS, SEE UNDERLINED INGREDIENTS IN BOLD.

Contains: soya