The same great taste and texture that is in our Tofurky® Roast, sliced thin for club sandwiches, hoagies and subs.
Ingredients: Water, wheat protein, organic tofu (water, organic soybeans, magnesium chloride, calcium chloride), non genetically engineered canola oil, natural vegetarian flavors, shoyu soy sauce (water, non genetically engineered soy beans, wheat, salt, culture), non genetically engineered corn starch, white bean flour, garbonzo bean flour, lemon juice from concentrate, garlic, onion, calcium lactate from beets.
Note from a customer: A lot of these products make great diet choices - for example, I'm doing a weight watchers diet and the tofurky slices (Roast Beef style and Oven Roasted style) are great on a salad wrap - two slices make up only one point - very satisfying and very tasty!
Posted by Cassandra on 20th Aug 2013
I've been disappointed with the cheaper vegan deli slices you can by in the Coles/woolies supermarkets.
These might be twice as expensive but they are twice as good....in both texture and taste. The packaging is better as well. If this was available in the local supermarket I would buy it regularly to make up vegan finger food plates for parties. I don't miss meat at all but I really like the taste of these deli slices.
Posted by Kelsey on 28th May 2013
The oven roasted and hickory smoked tofurky slices are by far my favourite things to put on a sandwich or toasted bagel! Great with tofutti cream cheese or mustard and tomato - it's a super simple delicious meal or snack!
Posted by Debby on 1st Feb 2013
I almost felt guilty they tasted so real. My non vegan guests were amazed!
Posted by merry woods on 4th Jan 2013
This is a great product for taking all the effort out of working out what to have on a sandwich - just great! And great for those watching their weight. Also really nice with a salad and I can see myself using it with pasta too.
Posted by merry woods on 29th Dec 2012
Posted by Belle on 26th Dec 2012
Wow, this product is outstanding! I'd been hanging out to try Tofurky for years, now I know why it's so popular in the States.
It's very thinly sliced, so you can either fold slices creatively on your sandwich or just pile them on - a pack is about enough for 4 generous sandwiches (each with 3-4 slices) and the slices are a good size for the bread.
Another option is to grab about 4 slices (leave stuck together) and heat in a lightly oiled pan for about 30 seconds each side. Serve it up with cranberry sauce and roast veggies for a delicious meal!