This Plant-Based Burger Patty Tastes (And Cooks) Exactly Like The Real Deal
If you’re trying to cut back on meat, there’s no need to feel an overwhelming sense of FOMO every time your family has a full-on burger night. Because, cutting back on meat has health benefits — for you and the planet.
Thanks to continued interest in plant-based and vegan eating, meat-free burgers are easier to find and better than ever — and the perfect way to beef up your nutrient intake sans the actual beef. Compared to their meat-based counterparts, plant-based burgers — like the Fry’s Family Food Co. The Big Fry Burger — tend to be very low in saturated fat, high in fibre and packed with protein.
What is The Big Fry Burger, exactly?
Fry’s has just launched the impossible… a plant-based burger patty that not only looks and sizzles like ground beef, but totally tastes like it, too. While it’s crafted with health (yours and that of the environment) in mind, it doesn’t hold back on the juicy deliciousness that should come standard with every burger. Oh, and just in case you’re wondering — at a whopping 20g of protein per 112g patty — it doesn’t compromise on nutrients either.
It’s packed with delicious ingredients
In addition to being mouth-wateringly delicious, these burgers are non-GMO, naturally cholesterol-free and low in saturated fat — not only is it good for your waistline, but it’s beneficial for your heart health, too.
It’s packed with ingredients like: vegetable protein (soya), onions, vegetable oil (sunflower seed), Dijon Mustard, corn flour, salt, coriander seeds, thickener (methylcellulose), onion powder, beetroot powder, paprika, smoke flavour, garlic powder, cilantro, pepper, parsley and turmeric. Yum!
What we love most about these veggie burgers is that they’re easy to freeze, making lazy cooking nights a charm. It’s convenient to have on-hand for a quick lunch, dinner, or snack. Plus, it’s the perfect way to beef up your nutrient intake… without the actual beef.
Oh and newsflash — these burger patties are available to purchase at all major retailers.
For more information visit www.fryfamilyfood.com/za/
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