This Hari Raya, meat substitute brand Quorn has teamed up with VeganBurg, the world’s first 100% plant-based burger joint to unveil a new and improved version of its popular Rasa Sayang Burg – now featuring a Quorn meat-free patty.
The new seasonal special is now available from the first day of Ramadan – 12 April 2021 until 20 July 2021, and makes for a sumptuous and healthy iftar feast.
Balancing taste and sustainability, the 100% plant-based burger features Quorn’s meat-free burger patty made from mycoprotein – a protein source that is high in protein and fibre, and low in saturated fat. Paired with a vegan sunny-side up egg, the burger is topped with fresh cucumber slices, a dollop of kampong sambal sauce, caramelised onions, vegan aioli, all sitting on a bed of crunchy lettuce and sandwiched between a wholemeal bun.
We tried it and found it interesting to be tasting the full flavours of a satisfying Nasi Lemak meal through a burger constructed fully out of plant-based ingredients.
“Through our collaboration with VeganBurg, vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians alike can look forward to a tasty and healthy meat-free spin to the Rasa Sayang Burg,” shared Monique Suryokusomo, Vice President of Marketing in Asia, Monde Nissin.
“No effort is too small in conserving our planet and by choosing one meat-free meal like the Rasa Sayang Burg, Singaporeans who simply want more alternative protein choices can make a difference and join us in building a sustainable future.”
“VeganBurg is all about breaking the stereotype of what a burger could look, feel and taste like,” Added Alexander Tan, Founder of VeganBurg.
“Our Rasa Sayang Burg has been a well-loved and highly anticipated seasonal special. We’re certain this meaningful collaboration with Quorn for Rasa Sayang Burg 2021 will delight customers with a familiar taste of Southeast Asia and encourage them to take on a simple step of switching to a plant-based meal and make a positive impact on the environment.”
The Rasa Sayang Burg is available for $13.90 ala-carte, or top it up at $6.90 for a set with a vegan Rose Bandung drink and Coconut Fries. Complete the experience with a chocolate-coated Chendol Popsicle at $4.90 with every Rasa Sayang meal purchase, or ala-carte at $5.90.