Frys Traditional burgers are vegan as they contain no dairy or eggs. From the freezer there is four in the pack. 110kcal per burger priced at around £3.19 per pack. They have recently altered the recipe so that they are lower in salt and fat, honestly I cannot tell the difference so that is great news.
These taste like most veggie burgers and are quite good. Meat Free made with vegetable protein. They are sold in the local health food shops or the larger Holland and Barratt shops.
You can cook them using several methods, oven, grill, frying pan, microwave and barbecue. Which makes them a great thing to have during the summer season. They only take approx. 8 mins to cook.
I like to have my my burgers on a soft roll, with some raw onion and tomato ketchup and sometimes a pickle. Great with a salad or if you are feeling a bit naughty a few chips. I cook mine using a griddle pan with a light spray of sunflower oil.
They are Vegetarian Society and Vegan Society approved.
Another good burger for vegans is the Redwoods Gourmet Quarter Pounder which I have reviewed.