Taste & Glory No-Meat Balls, 288g Packaging

Taste & Glory No-Meat Balls, 288g

Seriously succulent and bite-worthy veggie protein balls! They’re unmistakably meaty, with a juicy bite and seasoned to perfection. A heavenly partner for pasta! Or why not try them in a meatless sub that’s guaranteed to please?

Vegan Vegetarian Chilled

Cooking Instructions

Pre heat your oven at 180oC/350oF/Gas Mark 4 and cook for 15 minutes turning occasionally until they’re browned (just like regular meat balls). Or, if you like them in a sauce, just fry them on a high heat with a splash of oil for 2-3 minutes. Transfer those bad boys to an oven proof dish and add a saucy of your choice and cook for 25-30 minutes at 180oC/350oF/Gas Mark 4. Serve piping hot and tuck in!


Rehydrated Textured SOYA and WHEAT Protein (42%) (Water, SOYA Protein, WHEAT Protein, Salt, SOYA Bean Oil, Natural Flavouring), Water, Coconut Oil, SOYA Protein Concentrate (4.5%), WHEAT Starch, Rapeseed Oil, Chicory Root Fibre, Less than 2%: Stabiliser; Methylceullulose; Natural Flavouring, Smoked Sugar, Yeast Extract, Black Pepper, Rusk (WHEAT), Colouring Foods: Beetroot, Safflower, BARLEY Malt Extract, Salt.

For Allergens, see ingredients in BOLD.

Nutritional Information

Typical Values Per 100g Cooked Per 4 Cooked Meatballs (74g)
Energy 830kJ/ 198kcal 613kJ/ 147kcal
Fat 8.9g 6.6g
of which saturates 4.0g 3.0g
Carbohydrates 11g 8.0g
of which sugars 0.80g 0.59g
Fibre 4.3g 3.2g
Protein 17g 12g
Salt 1.3g 0.96g
Sodium 0.52g 0.38g

Tuck in Tonight

Our No-Meat Balls are free of meat and full of taste! Talk about the best of both worlds. Enjoy the expertly seasoned balls Swedish-style, alongside their best friend spaghetti or enjoy them oven baked in a tangy tomato sauce. And why not liven up your lunch with a meatless sub?

Product Info

Absolutely! All Taste & Glory products are registered by the Vegan Society and are prepared in a meat- and dairy-free dedicated vegan production facility.

The main ingredients in our products is expertly seasoned soya and wheat protein. Soya beans are known for being low in saturated fat and high in protein. These proteins are hydrated, mixed and formed to make our epic meat-free range.

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