Ready-to-eat Quorn products are not yet available in the Philippines. In the meantime, why not visit one of our partner restaurants where you can enjoy a meal made deliciously meat-free with Quorn!
Frequently Asked Questions
Got a question about the best way to cook, prepare and store your favourite Quorn® products?
Well, who could be better to ask than the experts themselves?
Our Quorn chefs have answered all of your more frequently asked questions with simple, inspiring, and easy-to-follow tips.
Quorn products should be treated like raw meat and not be left at room / ambient temperature for two hours.
It would be best to cook re-frozen Quorn™ products within a month.
There is no need to cook Quorn products in slow cookers. Slow-cookers are used to make meat more tender as the long, low-temperature cooking slowly breaks down the fibers in the meat. Quorn products are generally thin and bite-sized, so these do not require the same amount of cooking as larger meat products.
Quorn products are easy to cook. They can be prepared the same way you do meat, but often in a much shorter time. They can be cooked using an oven, grill, stove or microwave.
Cooking instructions are available at the back of the pack for your guidance.
If thawed, it is recommended to place it in the freezer for 24 hours before cooking it.
Quorn products are stamped with Best Before Date in front of the pack to guide you up to when the product is expected to be of best quality.
Tasty leftovers from your Quorn recipes can easily be used for the next day’s lunch or dinner. There are just a few things you need to remember. Once any leftovers are cooked, cool quickly, cover and keep in the fridge. Use within 48 hours and make sure when reheating that all the food is piping hot before serving. Remember, don’t reheat more than once.
Yes. Homemade recipes made with Quorn™ products may be reheated if they have been kept in the fridge. Consume reheated meal within 48 hours.
No. Quorn products do not need to be thawed. You can put them straight to cooking pans or ovens coming from freezer.
If you have any leftover or extra portions from your Quorn recipes, you can easily freeze them. They’re great if you’re running late and need a quick meal on the go. As long as all the other ingredients are suitable for freezing and reheating, you can store the dish in the freezer for up to one month. Always make sure the ingredients are cold before freezing. It’s a good idea to take them out of the freezer the night before, defrost them fully in the refrigerator, then cook them within 24 hours, making sure they’re piping hot before serving.
Quorn products have a shelf life of 21 months.
Quorn Chunks, Fillets and Balls can be marinated from chilled or frozen. The minimum time we suggest is 30 minutes and the maximum would be overnight. The longer the marinade time, the more the Quorn product will absorb all the delicious flavours. Chilli, garlic and smoked paprika are all amazing flavours to include in your marinade, and you can whip one up in no time. If marinating overnight, make sure the Quorn Chunks, Fillets and Balls are kept in the fridge. Yum!
Recommended storage temperature is -12 to -18 degrees Celcius, which is the same average temperature in a household refrigerator freezer.
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