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BIG BANG Vegan Bangers – a vegan classic

 BIG BANG Vegan Bangers

I had the pleasure to taste Miriam Sorell’s BIG BANG Vegan Bangers before they were launched a few months ago. My first impression was, oh my God! is this meat?

For those who know Miriam (author of Mouthwatering Vegan) they will certainly know that whatever she prepares is either great or a notch better. I actually tried the sausages with a some of her Midas fine art vegan cheeses (you need to try those as well).

There is no doubt that if you are a meat lover you will love the BIG BANG Vegan Bangers. Whilst cooking they form a golden crispy ‘skin’, with texture inside of proper British ‘Banger’, and same flavour & mouth-feel, fried until golden all round. They are totally versatile and can be used for sausages or sausage rolls, or American breakfast patties, and can be served as part of a vegan British Breakfast, or traditional ‘Bangers & Mash’, stews and much more. Alternatively if you have a party you can shape them into mini party sausages.

The product is offered in three choices: the Classic British Sausage Mix, the Cumberland British Sausage Mix and the USA Breakfast Sausage patties Mix. The package provides the ingredients to produce 6 sausages and the patties produces 3, all of which can be frozen. The product costs £3.99 and can be ordered online from this link.

Some key characteristics of the BIG BANG Vegan Bangers:

  • Easily stored with a long shelf life
  • Very easy to prepare – preparation time is minutes.
  • Practical & time-saving –  can be made up as needed, or in advance and frozen, so ready prepared for cooking later
  • Once made up, the sausages cook best from frozen.
  • In all our testing, carnivores have been unable to tell the difference between our sausages and the real meat ‘Bangers’.  Some have gone as far as to say they prefer ours to the meat versions.
  • They are free from soya, no palm oil, no artificial colourings and no animal fat.

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BIG BANG Vegan Bangers

Author: Darryl Grima

Darryl Grima is Veggy Malta's Editor. He became vegetarian over 30 years ago and over the years became more plant based. He recalls a time when Malta was not so vegetarian and vegan friendly. Apart from campaigning and raising awareness on plant based issues he is also active in environmental and animal welfare organisations. He holds a Diploma in Political Studies and a Masters in Business Administration.

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  1. They are awesome!!!

    Christine from Canada

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