Sausage and Grain Breakfast Patties
Vegan, Non-GMO Project Verified veggie breakfast sausage patties made with organic red quinoa and steel cut oats.
*MorningStar Farms® Veggie Sausage and Grain Patties contain 66% less fat than cooked pork sausage patties. Cooked pork sausage patties contains 16g total fat per serving (38g). MorningStar Farms® Veggie Sausage and Grain Patties contain 5g total fat per serving (38g).
Allergen Notes:CONTAINS SOY AND WHEAT INGREDIENTS.
|Serving Size:||1 patty|
|Dietary Fiber:||3 g|
|Total Fat:||5 g|
Ingredients:Water, organic textured soy protein, organic red quinoa, organic wheat gluten, organic onions, organic steel cut oats, organic canola oil, organic sunflower oil, contains two percent or less of organic soy protein flour, salt, organic spices, carrageenan, organic cornstarch, onion juice concentrate (color), cornstarch, organic dried cane syrup, xanthan gum, konjac gum, dried cane syrup, yeast extract, natural flavors, marjoram, sage, citric acid.
Preparation Instructions: Keep Frozen Until Ready to Use.
For Food Safety and Quality, Heat to a Minimum Internal Temperature of 165°F.
IN THE SKILLET (recommended method)
1. Preheat non-stick skillet over MEDIUM heat.
2. Place frozen patties in skillet.
3. Cook patties over MEDIUM heat for 10-12 minutes, turning patties over halfway through cooking time.
DO NOT OVERCOOK
IN THE MICROWAVE*
1. Place 2 frozen patties on a microwave safe plate.
2. Microwave on HIGH for 1 minute 30 seconds, turning patties over halfway through cooking time.
Microwaving more than 2 patties at one time is not recommended.
* Cooking instructions developed using 1100 watt microwave. Microwave ovens vary. Times given are approximate.
IN THE OVEN
1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
2. Place frozen patties in a single layer on a baking sheet and bake for 12-14 minutes.
That's how many car miles worth of greenhouse gasses we could offset if
every adult in America swapped just one meal with meat for a veggie one.
Kunzig, R. (2014). Carnivore's Dilemma. [Online] National Geographic. Available at: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/meat/