Worthington Vegetable Skallops, 50-Ounce

Worthington Vegetable Skallops Low-Fat Vegetarian Protein Worthington Vegetable Skallops are a completely meat-free protein alternative to meat and fish that you can add to your favorite recipes. Made from vegetable protein, precooked Vegetable Skallops can be breaded and pan or deep fried as well as added to stir fries. Vegetable Skallops offer a low fat

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Worthington Vegetable Skallops

Low-Fat Vegetarian Protein

Worthington Vegetable Skallops are a completely meat-free protein alternative to meat and fish that you can add to your favorite recipes. Made from vegetable protein, precooked Vegetable Skallops can be breaded and pan or deep fried as well as added to stir fries. Vegetable Skallops offer a low fat alternative to meats without any saturated fat, trans fat, or cholesterol. Vegetarian Dietary exchange: 2 very lean meats per serving Low fat–just 1 gram per serving Low saturated fat and 0 trans fat Cholesterol free 17 grams of protein per serving 3 grams of dietary fiber Kosher dairy

Product Features

  • One, 50-ounce can of Worthington Vegetable Skallops
  • Precooked, vegetable protein in broth
  • Bread and pan or deep fry
  • Excellent source of protein
  • Vegetarian alternative to scallops and other fish

Comments

Antonia M, PhD "The Inner Power Doctor" says:

Scallops, No. Chicken Nuggets, Yes I’m not sure why they call these Skallops. There is nothing about them that is even vaguely reminiscent of scallops. But they can easily pass for chicken nuggets in both texture and taste. Maybe this product has been around since before there was such a thing as a chicken nugget. Get yourself some dipping sauce and you’ve got a winner on your hands.

Blue Hen "John" says:

Tasty! I agree with previous review – these don’t resemble scallops in any way, but they are very good. I don’t understand why they are so hard to find.Recipe suggestion: cook ramen noodles, throw in a handful of chopped skallops when the noodles are almost cooked (just long enough to heat them up), drain most of the water then add the spice packet. Not very classy but good and quick.

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