Vegan Fried Chick*n fillets made from wheat protein in a southern fried and crispy corn flake coating. Frozen for maximum flavor.
Our not so secret recipe: Water, wheat protein (9.8%), canola oil, maize, wheat flour (wheat flour, calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), wheat flour, wheat gluten, wheat starch, soy protein isolate (1.6%), salt, spices (contains mustard), flavoring (contains soy), garlic powder, onion powder, thickener (methylcellulose), pea starch, pea fibre, yeast extract, sugar, potato starch, dextrose, barley malt extract, herbs, celery, leek powder.
Allergy Advice: For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. May also contain other cereals containing gluten.
Storage: Keep frozen at -18°C or below. Once defrosted, use on same day and do not refreeze.
Cooking Instructions: For best results always cook from frozen. Remove all packaging. Preheat oven to 390°F. Place onto a preheated baking tray and cook in the centre of the oven for 20-22 minutes, turning occasionally. Important: All cooking appliances vary; these timings are guidelines only. Check food is piping hot throughout before serving. Do not overbrown.
|Typical Values (As Sold)||Per 100g|
|Energy||900kJ / 215kcal|
|of which: Saturates||0.6g|
|of which: Sugars||1.2g|
Reference intake of an average adult
(8,400kJ / 2,000kcal)
The flavour is very nice and the texture mimics the chicken nicely. Definitely the best vegan fried chicken I’ve tasted and would have it again.
I am so impressed. The VFC crisped up beautifully – I very much like the mouthfeel and seasoning – not overly-salted which many can be.
It was soooooo good! I love the bites. And the fillets were delicious, a meal and a half really.
I ain’t even gonna bother with this b.s. I’ll cook my broccoli sandwich and name it a hamburger.
That’s nice dear.
Hi there VFC! . . . . like so many companies these days offer a vegetarian or vegan option to customers . . . . do you guys offer a proper meat based alternative for normal people who eat meat. Tia.
short answer: no. Long answer: cluck no!
How about just normal fried chicken. You’ll have a much wider market because normal people hate vegans.
We don’t do normal. We have a reputation to uphold. 😉
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