Starbucks launches vegetarian-friendly Impossible Rendang Pie
This is something that vegetarians (and maybe even some meat lovers) may want to try: Starbucks Singapore has released a limited edition Impossible Rendang Pie, available from now to 11 August. The pies cost S$8.90 per piece in stores island-wide, and on food delivery platforms, they cost S$9.20 each.
The pie is a locally-inspired take on Starbuck’s classic meat pies, and serves as an alternative for vegetarian diners who miss the creaminess of rending, as well as meat eaters who want to try something healthier.
Made with flaky shortcrust pastry, it is filled with ground Impossible Burger from the food company Impossible Foods. The burger tastes exactly like meat, but is made entirely from plants. Reviews of the Impossible Burger has generally been positive, with many meat lovers not being able to tell the difference between real meat and the vegetarian alternative.
The plant-based filling is slow-cooked in a creamy rendang gravy with carrots, edamame and potatoes. A hard-boiled egg lies in the centre.
The pie is a part of Starbucks’ limited-edition SHIOK! Food Menu, a selection of six food items celebrating local flavours. Other menu items include Brown Sugar Boba Gem Cake, Milo Dinosaur Cake, Ondeh Ondeh Mousse Cake, Curry Chicken Pot Pie, and Black Pepper Chicken Pie.
The Impossible Rendang Pie is now available at all Starbucks stores across Singapore, and for delivery through Foodpanda, Deliveroo and GrabFood, until 11 August 2020.
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