Where To Buy The Best Vegan Kebab Meat
Miss your favourite shawarma sandwich place or kebab-topped chips? With vegan kebab meat now available in supermarkets, you don’t have to miss it at all! Here are our top picks for the best vegan kebab meat so you can get making your tasty creations at home.
Vivera’s kebab offering is simply delicious; made from soya protein, it is spiced with earthy herbs and spices, and the result is tender, delicious kebab meat that is very moreish. Add a salad and your favourite flatbread or pita for a filling dinner or work-from-home lunch.
A personal favourite, these spiced kebab meat strips are a great alternative for those that miss the texture of meat, as it’s pretty spot on. It’s one of the more expensive options on the list, priced at £3.50 at Sainsbury’s, but it’s still well worth having in your freezer. If you have any salad bits in your fridge that are on the brink of wilting, it’s an excellent excuse to get making your favourite kebab.
Sainsbury’s has come through for all your barbeque needs this summer, with these wonderful tandoori kebabs. Made from a mix of chickpeas, cooked brown rice, onions, carrots peas and spices, they’re great for pan-frying or adding to your grill when the weather is warm. They also get nice and crisp for a lovely caramelisation that makes each kebab absolutely delicious.
If you’ve been on the hunt for a good vegan chicken shawarma alternative, then look no more, because this number from The Vegetarian Butcher is better than good: it’s great. It’s herbs, juicy and has a great texture that’s perfect for wrapping up in pitta and loading with vegan tzatziki.
Made with Quorn’s signature mycoprotein, these vegan kebab strips are zesty and herby thanks to a flavour-packed marinade. It’s a great option for midweek lunches, so get your wraps and sauces ready for a filling and delicious afternoon feast.
Sainsbury’s tandoori kebabs have got competition in the form of Tesco’s Wicked Kitchen, which has produced these succulent chilli and lime kebabs. Made from wheat and pea protein, these are full of flavour and are ideal for barbeques — and they’re especially great for anyone that likes their vegan kebab meat with a kick.
Let us know which one you try first!
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.