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I cannot believe I've been a vegetarian for over 16 years, and never tried this product! I had used the soy crumbles as a meat sub in chili, lasagne, etc., but not quorn. I am now a HUGE fan! What I like is that (unlike the brand of soy crumbles I'd used) quorn is not pre-seasoned, so that I can add my own herbs and spices to taste. This is quite a good chili recipe---thanks!

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La Dilettante February 08, 2012

I know that some US supermarkets carry at least some Quorn products. I believe the Quorn website lists which stores carry it in a given area. I haven't tried it yet, but my DH has and thought it was very good. He tried the nuggets. I'll have to mention this recipe to him; I expect he'll want to try it out. Update: I've tried Quorn nuggets now; they were so much like chicken in taste and texture, it was almost kind of scary!

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Halcyon Eve December 14, 2006
Quorn Chili