How are vegan meat substitutes so realistic

Product test: meat substitute products for grilling

The illusion is almost perfect: the "Wie Brat-Würstchen" are particularly impressive because of their grandiose appearance. The sausages look great both raw and grilled. Only in terms of taste could you get a lot out of it with the help of the right spices. The crunchy veggie sausages simply tasted a little bland.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​like bratwurst pork sausage calories in kcal 269 245 protein 5.3 12.5 carbohydrates 16.6 2 fat 19.1 25.5

The "original" can definitely score here: The "how-to-bratwurst" lacks protein, but they have a full load of unnecessary carbohydrates in their luggage.

In addition to the normal grilled sausages, the curry bratwurst was a real exotic product in the test, which the testers also noticed (positively): The "yellow" smells pleasantly spicy like curry and the smooth, almost creamy consistency convinced both veggies and meat lovers.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Lupine sausage Bratwurst (pork) Calories in kcal 307 245 Protein 8 12.5 Carbohydrates 8 2 Fat 27 25.5

In the calorie duel, however, the lupine sausage comes away empty-handed. More fat, more calories, less protein and more carbohydrates - more is not possible. Too bad. Still tasty!

And another exotic thing on our plates: the sausage looks like a normal mini-bratwurst from the outside, but the content differs from the rest of the previous products - because this sausage contains Quorn as a vegetable source of protein. Quorn is just the patented trade name, because Quorn is actually a so-called "mycoprotein" (fungal protein). And how does it taste? Relatively neutral. Quorn has no taste of its own, but although Quorn is of course not the only ingredient, the sausage does not taste particularly spicy. Keyword list of ingredients: Unfortunately, it is very large here, because in addition to mycoprotein, we find many other ingredients that make the Rostbratwurst appear like a finished product with a large list of ingredients. The ingredients also include yeast extract, sugar, barley malt extract and natural flavorings - which in principle have no place in a Würtschen.

When cut, the Rostbratwurst is more reminiscent of a Käsekrainer, as the "filling" looks rather coarse.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Quorn Rostbratwürstchen Bratwurst Pork Calories in kcal 187 245 Protein 13.9 12.5 Carbohydrates 6.3 2 Fat 11.1 25.5

Despite deductions in the B rating (more carbohydrates than real sausages), the Quorn sausage is the clear favorite from the nutritional battle. They have significantly less fat and calories than pork sausages and even more healthy, vegetable protein.

The first veggie grilled sausage from Meica is on the market and we say: well made! It looks really great and also tastes sensational, very authentic and with a similar seasoning mix as normal sausages. In the list of ingredients we don't find any unnecessary frills - no flavor enhancers & Co. The sausage is also very fine and should even score points with meat lovers, as you can hardly taste any difference.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Bratmaxe Veggie Griller Bratwurst Pork Calories in kcal 334 245 Protein 16 12.5 Carbohydrates 1.0 2 Fat 29 25.5

More calories than normal sausages, but also more protein - great! The Meica sausage also scores with the carbohydrates, which are usually higher in the substitute products. There is only a loss in fat, which is probably the result of the use of a lot of rapeseed oil.

Our test eaters, who were enthusiastic about the realistic look of the grill snail, thought so too. The sausage was not only juicy and crunchy, but definitely also one of the top 3 veggie sausages in the test.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional valuesVegan grill snailBarbecue snail pig
Calories in kcal 238 203 protein 26.3 16 carbohydrates 6.1 under 1 fat 12 15

The snail can also convince in the nutritional check, as it provides almost twice as much protein as a comparable barbecue snail made from pork.

The fake steaks reminded our test eaters more of burger patties than of pork steak. The consistency, on the other hand, was unexpectedly realistic, which was particularly noticeable when cutting the vegan steaks. It's a little too thin to really qualify as a steak, but as a "pepper schnitzel" it cuts a fine figure. There were plus points in terms of taste for the strong pepper note.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie pepper steak pork (schnitzel)
Calories in kcal 194 106 protein 18.7 22 carbohydrates 13.7 0 fat 7.2 2

There is nothing to be shaken about the result: The pork steak or schnitzel emerged as the winner in all categories.

"Attractive outsider" - that's the opinion of one of our testers. Both veggies and meat eaters liked the oriental exotic in the test. Thanks to the more Asian smell and taste, the burger was completely plastered after the test - voluntarily.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional valuesVeggie
Burger
Burger patty
Beef
Calories in kcal 216
209 protein 19.9 19.6 carbohydrates 9.9
1 fat 10.8
14

Although they are not similar externally or internally: In terms of nutritional values, there are no major differences between "original and fake"

"They taste like grandma's!" (Quote from a "carnivore"). A nicer compliment could hardly be paid to the manufacturers of the "Wie Meatballs". The look is deceptively real, small onion pieces and a juicy bite round off the whole thing. The vegetarians were rather irritated, precisely because the taste was really reminiscent of real minced meat, which not every veggie likes.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional valuesVeggie meatballMeatball beef (finished product) Calories in kcal 226 186 Protein 16.8 14 Carbohydrates 6.9 11 Fat 13.3 9.5

With the fantastic taste experience, calories & Co are actually irrelevant. Nevertheless, it should be said: a lot of protein, few carbohydrates - you can take a bite with a clear conscience.

When it comes to optics, the fillet steak can score at first glance: The grilled steak based on soy protein looks very appetizing. Grilled and cut, the structure, which is very similar to that of a pork schnitzel, is convincing. When cutting, you sometimes really think you are cutting real meat because of the fibrous structure of the meat. Whether that's what veggie and vegans want - is the other question. Big extra point goes to the really damn delicious marinade!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​vegan natural
Fillet steaks Marinated pork neck steaks Calories in kcal 212 178 Protein 19.7 19.1 Carbohydrates 11.2 1.3 Fat 9.6 11.2

In terms of protein content, the vegan variety can hold a candle to the pork steak. Even with the low fat content, the point goes to the meatless fraction. Calories and carbohydrates are lower in pigs - so it is balanced.

Our test eaters, who were enthusiastic about the vegan Thuringian - whether vegetarian or meat eater - thought so too. The sausage is crunchy, incredibly well seasoned and is reminiscent of the Thuringian original not only in terms of appearance but also in taste.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​vegan Thuringian Original Thuringian calories in kcal 232 268 Protein 27.8 14 Carbohydrates 5.4 1.4 Fat 11 23

The Wheaty sausage can also shine in the calorie duel: Almost twice as much protein and only half as much fat as a Thuringian bratwurst made from pork. Top!

Well flavored and delicious! With the mighty Swiss Alpine burger patty, one thing is especially true: the texture. Meat-like, fibrous, yet its taste is very unique. Whether you really have to build a burger out of the compact meatball is questionable, because the patty alone will fill you up.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 227 209 protein 18.6 19.6 carbohydrates 10.4 1 fat 12.3 14

There is nothing to be shaken about the result: the beef patty beats the African burger dream in all categories. But as I said: the veggie burger can also be eaten without a bread roll, for example as a meatball with salad and the like - and is a full meal even without it

The testers agreed on this: The Veggie Cevapcici deserve the title "delicious". Too much seasoned for one or the other, the majority were satisfied with the nicely hot and, above all, very juicy cevapcici. The meat eaters were particularly enthusiastic.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Cevapcici Cevapcici
Beef calories in kcal 312 197 protein 29.3 13.1 carbohydrates 9.2 1 fat 17.5 15.5

Almost 30 grams of protein on 100 grams of cevapcici - that's where the minced meat rolls made from a mix of minced beef and lamb are inferior.

The testers agreed on this: The burger tastes "healthy and green!" Unfortunately, the patty falls apart pretty quickly when it is cut, as the multitude of crunchy cores only holds the inner workings together moderately well. However, this has no effect on the taste: both veggies and meat-eaters liked the well-seasoned, juicy bite in the green spelled burger.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 245 209 protein 18.4 19.6 carbohydrates 14.9 1 fat 11.6 14

The high carbohydrate content is due to the green kernel used. Green spelled is unripe spelled and is particularly interesting for vegetarians and vegans, as it has a very high iron content at around 4 mg for a plant-based food.

When we saw the deluxe burgers, our testers wondered whether it really should be a burger patty or a piece of meat loaf. In terms of taste, neither veggies nor meat eaters were convinced because the right kick was simply missing.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 239 209 protein 22.8 19.6 carbohydrates 6.1 1 fat 13.7 14

In terms of nutritional value, there are no noteworthy differences. Good protein supplier!

Both meat eaters and veggies were impressed by the crispy nuggets: juicy, tender, crispy breading - which is not greasy. A delicious alternative to chicken nuggets!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values

Veggie nuggets

Chicken nuggets

Calories in kcal 252 246 Protein 15.3 16 Carbohydrates 20.9 18 Fat 11.4 12

Draw! Both chicken and veggie nuggets come with around 250 kilocalories. The more than 10 grams of fat and more than 18 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams of nuggets is due to the breading on both sides

Great look, because the burgers were provided with realistic grill stripes during production. The burger smells spicy and the taste is well rounded. All in all a good burger and meat substitute for little money.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 293 209 protein 22.3 19.6 carbohydrates 11.4 1 fat 16.8 14

The burger has a lot of unnecessary carbohydrates and calories in its luggage, but you can benefit from the fact that it works without flavor enhancers and still has great flavor.

A great look with appetizing grill stripes, authentic texture and a spicy, well-rounded taste - the Garden Gourmet Burger leaves nothing to be desired and our meat eaters' thumbs all went up in the test. Top!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 160 209 protein 18 19.6 carbohydrates 7.5 1 fat 6 14

Less fat, fewer calories and only minimally less protein: the product developers have done a really good job here. Great veggie enjoyment with a lot of protein and little fat!

Admittedly: the chicken drumsticks do not cut a particularly good - let alone appetizing - figure in the pack. Fresh from the grill, on the other hand, they look confusingly similar to real chicken legs. The texture was also imitated perfectly: the dark meat is authentically fibrous. However, the question arises: do vegetarians really want to nibble meat substitutes from a fake sugar cane bone? Our editorial veggies say: No!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Schlegel Chicken Wings / Schenkel finished product Calories in kcal 350 184 Protein 7 16.5 Carbohydrates 36 2.5 Fat 10 12

Hardly any protein, but plenty of carbohydrates that add up to the calorie account. You might prefer to gnaw on a crispy grilled corn on the cob.

A "highlight on every lunch table"? Yes indeed. The fish steak was one of the exotic in our test. But neither veggies nor meat eaters would be happy if this fish substitute - which is prepared reminiscent of a grilled piece of aubergine - lands on their plates again. It tastes fishy due to the use of algae, but the consistency is not in the least reminiscent of fish. Firm, fibrous and a little sticky.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Fish steak Pollack fillet Salmon fillet Calories in kcal 168 68 189 Protein 16.3 15.7 18 Carbohydrates 12.2 0 0 Fat 5.9 0.6 13

Since you hardly know WHAT the fish steak is supposed to represent, it is also difficult to make a comparison. Compared to salmon and Alaskan pollock, the veggie fish ends up in the middle range, only with the more than 12 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams is negative.

It is questionable whether meatball is the correct name for the Valess milk schnitzel. Because in terms of texture and taste, the patty is more reminiscent of an unbreaded chicken burger. However, the testers could not knock the "Frikalle" away: for some it was mild, tasteless but juicy, for some it was relatively hot and dry or sticky. Conclusion: Can, but doesn't have to!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Valess meatball poultry meatball (finished product) calories in kcal 108 245 protein 14 12.5 carbohydrates 3.1 10.5 fat 3.6 17

The milk meatballs from Valess do a lot of good work here: There are only around 100 calories in 100 grams of the veggie burger - not only that is impressive. Carbohydrate, fat and protein content are also top and completely out of competition.

The firm and unfortunately not particularly crispy breading and the taste, which the testers perceived as "grainy", unfortunately couldn't score.

Nutritional value check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Veggie Nuggets Chicken Nuggets Calories in kcal 267 246 Protein 21.2 16 Carbohydrates 10.2 18 Fat 15.7 12

This is where they catch up again: A lot of vegetable protein and fewer carbohydrates than real chicken nuggets. However, you would probably like to accept the few grams of carbohydrates if you could bite into a crunchy breading in return.

Optics great, taste takes getting used to! The mini meatballs are so appealing that one would like to tear them straight out of the pack and eat them. When you bite into the Minis, however, you ask yourself the question: What is it? Black bread? No, a mix of soy shredded meats & Co, which conjures up a wonderfully realistic meatball consistency, but has hardly anything to do with it in terms of taste. After the second bite it tastes much better ...

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie meatball meatball beef (finished product) calories in kcal 226 186 protein 20.8 14 carbohydrates 14.8 11 fat 8.4 9.5

A lot of protein and little fat: you can enjoy the snack.

Delicious vegetable and tofu burger that could use a little more pep from the seasoning side. In terms of taste, it didn't tear our test eaters off the bench, but the burger patty is definitely a tasty alternative to meat

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 215 209 protein 11.5 19.6 carbohydrates 15 1 fat 11.5 14

You can't really compare the veggie burger with a beef patty, but to have a clue in terms of nutritional values ​​it is enough: little fat, a lot of protein for a vegetable burger, but unfortunately a lot more carbohydrates.

Delicious, yes, but the Africa Mild is not a normal burger patty: too big, too bulky, too voluminous. Unfortunately, the consistency is a little crumbly, which is probably due to the millet. The oriental taste, which even reminded our testers of a strange mixture of cinnamon and curry, still scored points.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 260 209 protein 19.3 19.6 carbohydrates 14.5 1 fat 13.9 14

Except for the relatively high number of carbohydrates, which are not surprising in the healthy millet-tofu mix, the veggie variant and the original do not take much in terms of nutritional values.

Nobody really asked for more or a lookup in our test.The prawns jumping around in the grill pan were reproduced in great detail. But that's also the first problem: Each shrimp looks like the other and you can tell that they have been pressed into shape, which looks very unnatural. Some of our testers did not even dare to bite into the shrimp bouncy balls. The brave expected a mix of gummy consistency and bland taste.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Prawns Prawns Calories in kcal 78 87 Protein 0.6 18.6 Carbohydrates 18.4 0 Fat 0.2 1.4

0.6 grams of protein per 100 g of veggie prawns? Yes, that's not a typo. Instead, almost 20 grams of carbohydrates - with little taste.

compact, very fine, mince-like consistency, seasoned with a spicy taste: that tastes good both to veggies and meat lovers at the table. Visually hardly distinguishable from a meat patty.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie burger patty burger beef calories in kcal 222 209 protein 26.5 19.6 carbohydrates 4.5 1 fat 10.6 14

Wow, more protein than a beef burger and, on top of that, 4 grams less fat per 100 grams.

The first plus point goes to the crispy breading, which neither flakes off nor becomes dry after preparation. Perfect! As a result, the bite is very crunchy and the "inner workings" of the Provamel nuggets were also able to convince the testers: Realistic chicken look and pleasant texture. All thumbs up!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Chicken nuggets
Nuggets Calories in kcal 230 246 Protein 13 16 Carbohydrates 15 18 Fat 12 12

Small advantage for the soy nuggets: fewer carbohydrates, fewer calories - but also less protein. With the incredibly delicious taste, we can easily overlook it

The manufacturer doesn't promise too much: You can really enjoy the tofu patty with spelled. Carrots and lots of grains make the patty a healthy snack.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​tofu patties meatballs calories in kcal 253 178 protein 13.6 18 carbohydrates 10.6 4 fat 17.4 10

The almost 18 grams of fat per 100 grams of patties are really good. That doesn't have to be the case with such a snack, which pretends to be healthy and wholesome by its appearance alone. The list of ingredients also includes yeast extract - it's a shame the patty really doesn't need that.

The look is right here! The bright red, spicy-hot smelling marinade promises unbelievable culinary delights. Unfortunately, the piquant smell subsides a little after grilling. In terms of taste, the grilled tofu is not as spicy as one might assume. Still: delicious!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Grill-Tofu Puszta Calories in kcal 249 Protein 12.2 Carbohydrates 3.23 Fat 20.8

According to our test crew, the Virginia steak comes pretty close to a real steak. At least in terms of optics. In addition, the taste impressed both veggies and meat eaters, because the peppery coating makes the illusion almost perfect.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Virginia steak Beef steak Calories in kcal 197 126 Protein 22.5 22 Carbohydrates 6.1 0 Fat 9.2 4

However, the vegan steak cannot score in the nutritional check, because here the clear winner is: beef steak! Both the calories and the carbohydrate and fat values ​​in the veggie steak are significantly higher than those of a beef steak.

Amazed looks and open mouths: our test eaters could hardly believe that these fillets are made entirely without meat. The Valess fillets are reminiscent of turkey or chicken, are wonderfully tender, juicy and even have a texture reminiscent of meat. Insanely delicious!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Valess Filets Filet (raw) Pork Turkey breast fillet (raw) Calories in kcal 140 105 107 Protein 17 22 24 Carbohydrates 10 0 0 Fat 3 2 1

Visually quite appealing, unfortunately the testers could not really get used to the unusual taste. The smell that the veggie sausages gave off on the grill, on the other hand, was very aromatic! You have to be a seitan fan.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​seitan bratwurst bratwurst (pork) calories in kcal 207 245 protein 27.8 12.5 carbohydrates 8.3 2 fat 6.8 25.5

At least here the sausage from alberts can get a good deal: protein, fat and calorie content are significantly below that of a normal bratwurst. There's a big plus for that!

The herbs were there, the promised "crack" unfortunately not. Although the sausages look good, neither vegetarians nor meat eaters were completely convinced due to the unusually soft consistency of the sausages.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Kräuterknacker Bratwurst Pork Calories in kcal 239 245 Protein 13.6 12.5 Carbohydrates 5.8 2 Fat 18.1 25.5

Small advantage for the veggie variant with regard to the fat content, otherwise the values ​​are comparable.

Despite the realistic fillet or steak look, the grill steaks were not 100 percent convincing in terms of taste. The relatively firm consistency and the slightly bland taste could not be saved by the supplied seasoning pastes, although the testers licked their fingers, especially after the green herb paste.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Vegan grill steak Beef steak Calories in kcal 306 126 Protein 24.6 22 Carbohydrates 4.6 0 Fat 20.1 4

Here, too, the point goes to the beef steak. The fat content of 20 grams per 100 grams is particularly disappointing.

The tofu sausages from alberts impress with their deceptively real look. In terms of taste, they were unfortunately a little too bland for the testers, but the consistency was judged to be pleasant and quite realistic. And in combination with a dollop of mustard, the lack of seasoning can certainly be made up for.

Nutritional value check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Strassburger - Seitan bratwurst (pork) Calories in kcal 247 245 Protein 22.1 12.5 Carbohydrates 4.4 2 Fat 15.7 25.5

The difference here is not as serious as with other veggie sausages. Nevertheless, there are plus points for the lower fat and higher protein content.

The seitan sausages look confusingly similar to normal fried sausages. In terms of taste, the veggie variant also comes very close to the original. Well-seasoned and with a subtle taste of caraway, they fully convinced our test eaters.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​seitan bratwurst bratwurst (pork) calories in kcal 235 245 protein 26.3 12.5 carbohydrates 5.8 2 fat 11.5 25.5

When it comes to carbohydrates, you can turn a blind eye, because Alnatura's seitan sausage beats a normal bratwurst in terms of protein and fat content.

The cowgirl mince steak evoked a wide variety of reactions from our test eaters: While one of them even asked for ketchup after the test and ate the leftover mince steak with relish, the others were less enthusiastic about the look and taste. However, one thing has to be said for the veggie steak: it was extremely seasoned!

Nutritional value check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie mince steak calories in kcal 252 206 protein 27.6 15.1 carbohydrates 6.1 1.2 fat 13 15.9

The cowgirl mince steak has a lot of protein, but unfortunately also a lot of fat and calories in the "saddlebag".

For some of our test eaters it was more like "close your eyes and through". Because of their consistency, the Franconian seitan sausages did not always meet the taste of our meat-eating testers. The veggies, on the other hand, were quite taken with the taste. There are also plus points for the appealingly realistic look and the spicy smell.

Nutritional value check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Franconian Seitan Franconian (pork) calories in kcal 191 295 protein 26.5 14 carbohydrates 5.2 1 fat 7.2 26

This is where it catches up: The Veggie-Fränkische emerges as the clear winner in the calorie and nutritional value check.

Even meat lovers get their money's worth with the sausage, because the crunchy veggie sausage impresses both visually and in terms of taste and is also wonderfully hearty.

Nutritional value check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Franconian (wheat protein) Franconian (pork) calories in kcal 238 295 protein 26.3 14 carbohydrates 6.1 1 fat 12 26

The Franconian veggie version from Vantastic Food also cuts a fine figure in terms of nutritional values: a slim 12 grams of fat and over 26 grams of protein are contained in 100 grams.

Great spices, great spiciness and for one or the other test eater, this minced steak was even the personal number 1. Other test eaters, on the other hand, did not appeal to the minced steak in terms of taste, smell or consistency and was judged to be tough and too bulky. There remains only the self-experiment!

Nutritional value check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie mince steak calories in kcal 298 206 protein 24.8 15.1 carbohydrates 12.8 1.2 fat 16.4 15.9

3: 1! Unfortunately, the point goes to the original minced steak, because the high protein content doesn't help anymore.

The strong green marinade exudes a wonderful herbal scent, which unfortunately has evaporated a little after grilling. The veggies were enthusiastic, the meat eaters had their problems with the typical tofu consistency.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Grill-Tofu Verde Calories in kcal 249 Protein 12.2 Carbohydrates 3.23 Fat 20.8

While the vegetarians in the test rated the käskrainer as visually appealing - firm and plump - the meat eaters did not like the veggie variant. The mouthfeel is great, but the taste of some is a flop.

Nutritional value check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​Veggie Käsekrainer Käsekrainer Calories in kcal 288 282 Protein 21.8 15 Carbohydrates 3.5 1 Fat 20.8 24

When comparing nutritional values, there are no notable differences between the original and the illusion. Only the protein content stands out a little and gives the veggie variant a little plus.

Hearty and fiery? Oh yes - and how! Unfortunately, the breading didn't get crispy during preparation, but the testers also liked the burger. With an Asian touch with a nice spiciness - recommendable and certainly not only delicious as a burger, but also pure on bread or with a salad.

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​veggie
Burger burger patty
Beef calories in kcal 263 209 protein 8 19.6 carbohydrates 26.4 1 fat 13.9 14

Only 8 grams of protein and a whopping 26 grams of carbohydrates for a 100 grams of veggie burger? Nutritional point on the beef patty!

Strong in appearance and taste. Our testers were impressed by both the sight and the taste of the crispy bratwurst. Delicately spicy and juicy - a real hit!

Nutritional check (based on 100 grams):

Nutritional values ​​VeggieFresh Sausage Bratwurst Pork Calories in kcal 265 245 Protein 26.3 12.5 Carbohydrates 5.7 2 Fat 15.2 25.5