What TVP Bacon Bits lacks in water (they are dehydrated) is made up in flavor, ready to be consumed as is or to use them to season your salads, pizza, soup, toasts, etc. Note that some recipes, which promote the whole quick-cooking mantra, don’t require you to hydrate the Bacon Bits: you just add them to the mix and let the moisture from other ingredients rehydrate. If your recipe calls for hydrated TVP Bacon Bits, make sure to add one cup of warm water for every cup of the TVP you use. Set them aside for about 15 minutes, and when you come back, the Bacon Bits will look like regular Bacon Bits. They’ll be ready to flavor up any dish: pasta sauces, casseroles, chili, and Sloppy Joes.
Ingredients: Defatted Soy Meal, Bacon Flavour, (Tapioca Starch, Salt, Hydrolysed vegetable protein (Maize), Flavour Enhancer (635), Flavours), Canola Oil, Liquid Smoke (Wood smoke, emulsifiers (433), Buffer (500)), Colours (129, 171).