Worthington Frichik Original, 12.5-Ounce (Pack of 6)

Worthington FriChik Pre-Cooked Vegetarian Fried-Chicken Meat-Free Alternative Worthington FriChik is a precooked and canned meat-free alternative to fried chicken made with vegetable protein. Delicious right out of the can, Worthington FriChik is also great in sandwiches, casseroles, chow mein, and salads. Made with textured vegetable proteins from wheat and soy, Worthington FriChik is a great

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Worthington FriChik

Pre-Cooked Vegetarian Fried-Chicken Meat-Free Alternative

Worthington FriChik is a precooked and canned meat-free alternative to fried chicken made with vegetable protein. Delicious right out of the can, Worthington FriChik is also great in sandwiches, casseroles, chow mein, and salads.

Made with textured vegetable proteins from wheat and soy, Worthington FriChik is a great meat substitute. Vegetarian Dietary exchange: 1.5 medium fat meat per serving Low saturated fat 0 trans fat Cholesterol free 12 grams of protein per serving B Complex Vitamins: B6, B12, and thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin 1 gram of dietary fiber Kosher dairy

Product Features

  • Pack of six, 12.5-ounce cans of Worthington Original FriChik
  • Made with vegetable protein
  • Eat out of the can or use in recipes and on sandwiches
  • 100% vegetarian
  • Meatless alternative to fried chicken

Comments

Tallgirl says:

Great Product I have been a vegetarian my whole life. I’ve never had any type of meat besides eggs, milk, and cheeses. I’m an SDA and also am in the military. I have no way of getting worthington and loma linda products to APO/FPO addresses unless I buy it on Amazon! So happy with this purchase. I will continue to buy!

Bemirry says:

Good if you bury it in some sort of flavor I received this a day earlier than expected. I opened a can of these, tried one piece and kind of felt like meh. I’ve tried a handful of canned fake meats — mostly from the asian supermarkets and more or less, Worthington’s FriChik tastes very much the same, the only difference is in texture. The texture is kind of like meatloaf with that dryness to canned tuna (I used to eat real meat). The taste comes off strong with that bitterness that screams “NOPE, I’M NOT REAL MEAT.” like literally, a…

Brown Box Man says:

Vegan in training I’m in the process of eliminating meat from my diet, but still have those cravings. I’ve used this in a few meals and it’s provided a good replacement for chicken. The taste isn’t the same, but the look and feel is close enough. As long as you expect this to be a replacement for chicken and not have the same taste, then you will be happy. If you are expecting chicken flavor, then this won’t be for you.

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