Quorn Pepper and Herb Sausages
Pepper & Herb Sausages ideal on their own or as a family favourite in a pasta dish
- High in protein
- High in fibre
- No added preservatives
- No artifical colours or flavours
- Low cholesterol
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Quorn Pepper and Herb Sausages (250g)
Cook from chilled. As appliances vary, these instructions are a guideline only. Ensure the Quorn Bacon Style Pieces are steaming hot before serving.
PAN 10 MIN
Heat 1 tablespoon canola oil in a non-stick frying pan over a medium heat. Cook Quorn Pepper and Herb Sausages for 10 minutes, stirring frequently for even browning.
GRILL 8 MIN
Preheat grill on medium-high, lightly spray Quorn Pepper & Herb Sausages with canola oil. Cook for 8 minutes, turning every 2 minutes.
Quorn Sausages are a delicious ingredient you can use in a host of recipes. They can be cooked from frozen and be on your plate in less than 15 minutes. Why not serve them with vegetables to make a satisfying and surprisingly low-calorie meal. To cook, brush the Quorn Sausages with a little oil and then grill following pack instructions. You could try serving them with mashed potato and gravy, sliced into a pasta bake, or even for a Sunday brunch. We’d suggest trying all three of these great family meal ideas.
When you use Quorn products in homemade recipes like cottage pie, Bolognese, curry and chilli, they are perfectly safe to re-heat if they’ve been kept nice and cool in the fridge and are eaten within 24 hours. If you can resist them for that long!
If you have any leftover or extra portions from your Quorn recipes, you can easily freeze them. They’re great if you’re running late and need a quick meal on the go. As long as all the other ingredients are suitable for freezing and reheating, you can store the dish in the freezer for up to one month. Always make sure the ingredients are cold before freezing. It’s a good idea to take them out of the freezer the night before, defrost them fully in the refrigerator, then cook them within 24 hours, making sure they’re piping hot before serving.