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cooking quorn mince without a sauce

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by Kim&Leah, 25 June 2009 Social URL.

  1. Kim&Leah

    Kim&Leah Silver Member

    is it doable? ive only ever cooked it with a tin of tomatoes.. but i wanna add some mince on its own to a packet of pastaa n sauce.. how could i do it because on the pack it says cook covered in sauce??? thanks
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  3. Sarah-Jayne

    Sarah-Jayne Gold Member

    I always cook mine in Worcestershire Sauce and water.
  4. miss jelly tot

    miss jelly tot CWP Consultant

    I defrost mine and then dry fry it for a couple of mins to make sure it is cooked. Keep stirring it though or it sticks to the bottom.:)
  5. Mrs V

    Mrs V Loves Life!

    You could fry it it with frylight and some garlic to give it some flavour??
    I always find it doesnt taste of much unless you have a strong flavour with it.
  6. Sarah-Jayne

    Sarah-Jayne Gold Member

    Yup! You can indeed.
  7. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

    It is usually better if you cook it the day before,then it gets time to soak up the garlic and spices,otherwise its really tasteless
  8. Chuffy_29

    Chuffy_29 Bring it on!

    I find it best to microwave it if i'm stirring it in something. It is really best in a strong flavour though i'd say too.
  9. princessria

    princessria is a pirate arrrgggghhhh

    bit of fry light and some finely diced onion does the trick hon and if you like lots of flavour throw in some garlic paste.
  10. Lady Mhoram

    Lady Mhoram Full Member

    I dry it and then add any sauce, so think you could fry it and then add to pasta.
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