Dixie Diners’ Club – Chicken (Not!) Strips, 1 lb bag

“Chicken” alternative great for any recipe calling for pieces of chicken Great for pasta, stir fry, casseroles, burritos, and more. Hydrate then use like meat. Filling, satisfying, and high in protein! Contains no animal products! Product Features Vegan / Vegetarian meat substitute Free from animal products Gluten Free Low Fat & Low Sodium Non-GMO Soy

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(as of April 19, 2020 12:24 pm GMT+0200 - Details)

“Chicken” alternative great for any recipe calling for pieces of chicken Great for pasta, stir fry, casseroles, burritos, and more. Hydrate then use like meat. Filling, satisfying, and high in protein! Contains no animal products!

Product Features

  • Vegan / Vegetarian meat substitute
  • Free from animal products
  • Gluten Free
  • Low Fat & Low Sodium
  • Non-GMO Soy

Comments

Folina Dubernol says:

Requires strong flavor bases … Update 11/27/13 — Last night I only had 1 chicken breast left (I’m not a vegetarian; I’m just cutting back on meats), so while the breast was pan-grilling, I zapped a batch of these not-chicken “strips”. BTW, they’re more like “chunks”, weirdly shaped, flat chunks. I would recommend boiling them in more water than is called for; the edges of some of this batch were still chewy and the water was all absorbed. 

DenisBaldwin says:

It’s ok, but only if you season it right. If you want this to taste like anything other than cardboard, you have to prepare it properly. That means letting it marinade overnight in whatever seasonings and sauces you’re going to use and letting it really soak up the liquid. I’ve tried this in place of chicken in various soups, pastas and as filler in casseroles. It’s ok. Wouldn’t not stand on it’s own as chicken though, no matter how you season it. There’s other vegan options out there that do a lot better for this purpose, but this is…

Lianimals says:

Be Aware: NOT FLAVORED! It’s unfortunate that the vendor does not state that this TVP product is completely UNFLAVORED otherwise, I believe the reviews would be better. Most vegan / vegetarians familiar with buying TVP expect the package to denote whether the product is flavored or not. When you buy TVP that is labeled “chicken” or “beef”, etc. you expect it to be seasoned to mimic those tastes. If it’s unflavored, as this product is, it is typically labeled as such because you’re expected to decide…

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