Why You’ll Love It
Jackfruit, tomato paste, vinegar, molasses, filtered water, onion, evaporated cane juice, sea salt, garlic, black pepper, chili powder, paprika, liquid smoke.
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Reviews For BBQ Jackfruit
Based on 15 Reviews
Instead of shredded chicken, I use this. My husband can't even tell the difference. Really good in BBQ stew!
- Bethany Pitts
Surprising taste and texture
I served this over wild rice and it was a definite hit.
Nice for a change
Jackfruit is most certainly not for everyone. It is an acquired taste and texture,but the flavor of this one is wonderful.
The BEST Vegan BBQ Substitute, EVER!!!!
Let me preface this with the fact that I am a former omnivore who now finds the aroma of animal protein repugnant. My husband is still omnivorous, but I eat a plant-based diet. I grew up eating jackfruit (in the Philippines), so I am familiar with its stringy texture. That being said, this product will be my go-to for barbecue when I crave it. I ate mine on a sprouted pizza with vegan mayo and cheese. I would give this 10 stars if I could.
It's tangy and a bit spicy and it is a gorgeous meat substitute. Texturally, it might as well be the meat I grew up eating. Brilliant!
Great soy free choice
My brother is vegetarian and I'm very soy allergic. Family gatherings can be difficult as he doesn't like most soy free "meats." Although I prefer old fashioned meat I ate this in a traditional Memphis BBQ/slaw sandwich and liked it quite well. My brother said it was okay and would eat it again, so Hurray, Jackfruit!
- Wendy Crowley
I have never tasted jack fruit before, and so I purchased this out of curiosity. I heated it up in a pan and was really pleased with the flavor. I mixed it with a box of sprouted Korean BBQ rice that I had also purchased through thrive, and some sauteed broccoli. IT WAS SO YUMMY. The texture reminds me somewhere in the middle of artichoke hearts and pulled pork, and the flavor is tangy and sweet. My husband and two toddlers approved and we had no leftovers. We have been trying to go a little lighter on meat, lately, to try for a more sustainable diet, so this is a fun option for us. It's also quick to heat up, so I could see it being a good fall back for nights where I need a quick dinner option. Overall, I was pleased, and I can't wait to try the chili lime carnitas flavor in some tacos next!
Actually yummy. Fav flavor from these folks.
Very usable and enjoyable.
- Heather Ashcraft
Very good BBQ pork substitute!
This is an awesome choice for vegans/vegetarians/people who don't eat pork. I cooked and shredded this up on the stove and added it to a toasted bun with sauerkraut, lettuce and homemade pickled radishes. It was delish! I'm not even a huge fan of BBQ flavor, but I was very satisfied with this.
Pretty good! Definitely better than I thought it would be. It's a little on the tart side, but that's fine. It's to be expected using a fruit. I made wraps with this and some cheddar cheese. Definitely satisfying. I did add a little of my own BBQ sauce to it which I think kicked it up a notch. It's definitely something I'll keep on hand in my kitchen for those times I'm craving bbq.
The texture is nice and the cuts are perfect sizes for lots of recipes. However, the sauce itself was incredibly tangy. I needed to balance it out with vegan "dairy" to calm my tastebuds down.
I'm in love with this pre-packaged Jackfruit. It's a great addition to any meal you want to add a nice BBQ flavor to! It's easy to prepare, I put it on a skillet and as it gets softer I break it up with a fork and add in other veggies (shredded carrots, bell peppers, onions, etc.) I love adding it into wraps or tacos.
I tried this on a whim. Threw it in a skillet, and shredded it with forks as it cooked. On first taste, it was a little tart, but after adding minced onion, some assorted spices, and a dash of liquid smoke it was perfect. Makes delicious bbq sliders!
I had purchased this flavor and the other one offered, and while i preferred this one, it has a bit of a tangy taste (which i assume is inherent in the jackfruit) similar to that of an artichoke. My husband really liked it though, and for a meat substitute, it was good. I would purchase again.
tasty and versatile
pretty unique, tastes great, put it in tacos, with rice, on pizza, very versatile and tasty
My friend and I have always wanted to try BBQ Jack fruit after seeing it in a Buzz Feed video, so when I saw it on here, I got it. My friend and I both enjoyed it as a sandwich. It was quick and easy and tasted great, kinda like pulled bbq pork but vegan. Definitely going to be buying more of it.
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