Product Review 1 of 3: Quorn Naked Chick’n Cutlets

I tested two boxes of Quorn Chick’n Cutlets during the last couple of weeks. I prepared the first box using the instructions in the box. I decided to use to eat the cutlets with some BBQ sauce. I have to say, if Quorn’s goal was to mimic chicken cutlets: they did their job right. They got the flavor and texture right. I have never been a fan of chicken breasts and I have to admit that I didn’t like them that much as it is. But I can see how current vegetarians who have tried chicken breasts in the past might enjoy these cutlets. Nevertheless I can see myself following the instructions and use them for a chick’n salad or a sandwich.

Following the suggestions from a fellow blogger, I prepared the second box differently. The recipe as follows:

Chicken with Onions
Ingredients

  1. 1 box of thawed Quorn Naked Chick’n Cutlets
  2. 1 onion, sliced thin
  3. 1 teaspoon of minced garlic
  4. 1 teaspoon of Adobo Goya (http://www.goya.com/english/product_subcategory/Condiments/Adobo)
  5. 1 green bell pepper
  6. 2 teaspoons of olive oil

The recipe is very simple.

  1. Cover the thawed cutlets with the adobo. Set aside.
  2. Heat the olive oil in a pan and add the onions. Let the onions become translucent.
  3. Add the sliced green peppers and garlic.
  4. After a few minutes add the chicken cutlets and cook until they are heated.

This is a very simple recipe that did it for me. I am biased towards using veggies so I found this recipe to be quick and easy for me. Especially since the leftovers are great for work next day. I had these with some couscous. Enjoy!

This review is based on a sample I received from Quorn.

icaoberg

Ivan is a research programmer and computational biologist at Carnegie Mellon University. He enjoys programming, teaching, cooking, reading and especially Hawaiian shirts.

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  • Anonymous

    The product absorbs any flavor quickly! Thanks for giving us a new recipe to try out at home.