Thank you, Nasoya, for sending us a sample of Plantspired Plant-Based Steak. It’s become a staple in our kitchen, going from fridge to plate in 30 seconds.
And no one guessed it wasn’t real meat until, towards the end of enjoying a grain bowl, one taster hesitantly asked.
But in its Korean BBQ Flavor, these tender, marinated, sliced steak-like strips, made with textured soy protein, are char-grilled over an open flame and paired with sweet and smoky bulgogi sauce that goes with everything.
The 7-ounce package (14 grams of plant-based protein) is a generous portion for one and can be split into two servings.
Plantspired Plant-Based Steak is so versatile:
Nasoya has recipes for nachos, breakfast burritos, and more.
The refrigerated product can be found in the produce aisle at a retail price of $6.99.
We are not vegan or vegetarian, but strive to eat more plant-based foods.
“Steak is one of the last categories to present a truly delicious plant-based alternative,” says Nasoya, “and we think we have cracked the code with a product that delivers in flavor, texture, nutrition, and even price.”
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