Porcini Mushroom Roast (500g)
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This delicious vegetarian roast has the wonderful flavour and texture of wild porcini mushrooms running through it. Wrap its meaty texture up in puff pastry, for a lovely Vegetarian Wellington. Chop it up and combine with gravy to make a warming and wholesome pie filling.
Vegusto Roasts are 100% plant-based and make healthy meat-free alternatives for roast dinners. They are suitable for vegetarians and vegans high, in protein and free from soya and hydrogenated fat, cholesterol and palm oil.
Water, wheat protein (gluten), vegetable oils and fats (non-hydr.), spices (contains celery), porcini (3.5%), rock salt, vegetable condiment, wheat fibers (gluten-free), vegetable concentrate, rice starch
Produced with energised water using Schauberger technology in a 100% vegetarian, vegan factory. Vegusto use no Soya and no palm oil in our production.
Nutritional Facts per 100g:
Energy: 939 kJ / 224 kcal
6 months shelf life from date of manufacture. Refrigerate (3°-7°C), freezable. Once opened keep refrigerated, wrap well and consume within 7 days.
To experience the full flavour, we recommend cutting the roast into 1cm thick slices and frying them with sufficient oil on both sides for about 30 seconds. Moreover, Vegusto plant-based roasts are a real delicacy when breaded before frying adding a very special highlight to any dinner table.
For a more traditional approach the roast can be baked in a pre-heated oven at 150 deg C for 20 to 25 mins. During cooking, moisten the roast occasionally with gravy or oil, to avoid from getting too dry. It's best brush after 7 mins and again after 15mins and then cover with foil to keep roast more moist.
All of our vegan roasts can also be enjoyed cold, e.g. cut into thin sandwich slices or into strips as salad topping. Similarly, you can also mince the Swiss vegan Vegusto roasts for pastry fillings.