Vegan Fried Popcorn Chick*n made from vegetable proteins in a southern fried crispy corn flake coating. Frozen for maximum flavour.
OUR NOT SO SECRET RECIPE: Water, vegetable oils (rapeseed, sunflower), fortified wheat flour (WHEAT flour, calcium carbonate, niacin, iron, thiamin), vegetable proteins (10%) (SOYA, WHEAT, pea, potato, fava bean), cornflakes (9%) (maize, sugar, salt, BARLEY malt extract), starch (contains WHEAT), flavouring, thickener: methyl cellulose;
spices, salt, vegetable fibres (pea, psyllium, citrus, sugar cane), natural flavouring, vinegar, dextrose, preservative: lactic acid; herbs, iron, vitamin B12, spice extracts
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 200°C/Fan 180°C/Gas Mark 6. Place onto a preheated baking tray and cook in the centre of the oven for 12-14 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||996kJ / 238kcal|
|of which: Saturates||0.8g|
|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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