A Lit­tle Thing Called Quorn

Wine & Dine Cookbook - - MAR­KET­PLACE -

Who­ever says meat-free di­ets are bland and bor­ing? Re­cently launched in Sin­ga­pore, Quorn is fast be­com­ing a sta­ple among health-con­scious din­ers.

It is com­pletely meat-free al­though it pos­sesses the ap­pear­ance, tex­ture and taste of meat. De­vel­oped in 1978, Quorn is pri­mar­ily made from my­co­pro­tein, a type of mi­cro­fun­gus taken from soil, fer­mented and made into a dough. High in pro­tein, fi­bre and essen­tial amino acids, and boast­ing nu­mer­ous clin­i­cally proven health ben­e­fits like re­duc­ing blood choles­terol and in­sulin lev­els, it is a health­ier al­ter­na­tive to meat. Try them in var­i­ous forms—mince, patty, Swedish-style balls and more.

From $5 for 300g, RedMart.com

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