Jun. 13, 2012 2:53 pm
Updated: Jun. 24, 2012 8:42 pm
I have been attending cooking demonstrations at the local organic grocery store. I was given a few coupons for free agave syrup and something called Quorn. I went to the frozen food section and found a case full of "fake chicken cutlets". Priced at
$6.99 for two cutlets Gotta tell ya, if I did not have the coupon, I never would have done the deed. I chose the cutlet stuffed with goat cheese and cranberries. Tonight I cooked up a cutlet, if you can call it cooking. Placed it on a pre-heated cookie
sheet and baked for 20 min. at 425 degrees. IT WAS OUTSTANDING, I CAN'T BELIEVE IT. Under 300 calories, no soy products (yes there is wheat in there) and delish. Crispy crunchy on the outside, moist on the inside, flavor excellence. Certainly not economical
for a crowd, but if you are short on time and energy and looking to try some vegetarian foods, try it out. I am told the chicken tenders are the bomb. Never to old to learn sumthin' new.