One day while looking for something to make for lunch, buried deep in the freezer, I found a box of Quorn Turk'y Burger. Oh yay - I'm already a fan of Quorn Naked Cutlets - so I figured this would similarly result in something quick and tasty for lunch.
When I took a "faux turkey patty" out of the box, my first reaction was that it seemed so small. Nevertheless, I followed the directions for cooking on the stove-top. But after a few minutes, when the patty developed a few grill-marks, I couldn't wait any longer and finished it off in the microwave. With the patty done, I set it atop a slice of Arnold Select Multigrain Sandwich Thins, loaded with lettuce, tomato and cucumbers ... but first I took a few bites of the patty by itself to see what it would taste like.
It has a thick and hearty texture and the taste is slightly salty and seasoned - although there was something "else" - some other taste in the background that let you know this ain't meat ... well, the fact that this is not a "juicy" burger is also a dead giveaway. Nevertheless, I enjoyed my burger immensely. I spread some Napa Valley Orange and Ginger Honey Mustard on the bread and we all know that makes almost everything taste GOOD!