Since I stopped eating meat a couple of years ago, most of my protein has come from porrige, cheese, eggs, milk, yogurt, mushrooms and hummus. I do cook with pulses, but have to admit that often I'm a bit lazy and will do a mushroom or cheese omelette for quickness. I like glamorgan sausages, mushroom burgers and other similar products too.
I have a 'thing' about fake meat, so I don't eat (sic) meat free chicken or bacon, and I am not allowed to use soy products due to a drugs interaction, which together limit my choices more than somewhat.
However, I have perservered with Quorn things, and now (fanfare) have three 'ready meal' things I am happy to eat, even quite enjoy, and (even bigger fanfare) have discovered that the Quorn 'chunks' can indeed be made into perfectly acceptable meals.
So, the three things I buy ready made are:
Quorn mozarella and pesto escallopes (sort of kievs)
Quorn wild garlic and herb sausages
Quorn sausage roll - probably has almost as much meat in it as a regular one!
My two recipes I'm calling 'Qurry' and 'Quasserole'!
The Qurry isn't quite a curry, due to my many and varied food intolerances, but has a base of onion, garlic, fresh ginger, grated carrot, chopped tomatoes and fresh corriander. Next time I'm going to try adding curry leaves to see how that works out. Really quick and easy to make the 'sauce' and the Quorn lumps go in for ten minutes at the end. Serve with rice or naans.
The Quasserole is probably more a hotpot or stew but they don't work spelled with 'Qu'! Onions, carrots, chopped potatoes cooked in a veggie stock (or, in my case, marmite and water, when I discovered Knorr stock cubes contain red pepper) with your favourite selection of dried or fresh herbs. Again, chuck in the Quorn for the last ten minutes.
OK, so this isn't a theological or spiritual blog, it's just about me refusing to be defeated by what I still think are unpleasant attempts at fake meat!