Quorn mince is horrible IMO. It's incredibly greasy and has a strange bitter aftertaste. The best stuff is the supermarket own brand veggy mince however this has been pulled from the shelves of all the major supermarkets after a salmonella outbreak at the factory which makes the soya chunks. The best alternative is dried TVP chunks from health food stores but it has to be cooked quite slowly otherwise it'll taste pretty rubbish.
750g of dried TVP/soya chunks (pre-soaked, but not too much, you don't want it to be too watery).
1 large or 2 medium sized onions
Thickly chopped mushrooms (about the same amount as the onion)
5 cloves garlic
4 red jalapenos, 2 chipotles (dried smoked jalapenos, most supermarkets have them now)
2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 tin tomatoes
1 veggie stock cube
1/2 bottle Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (you can drink the other half )
The method is simple. Fry the onions, garlic, mushrooms and chiles until tender, then add in the soya chunks/mince, cumin, veg stock, and beer. Allow to simmer for a bit until it reduces, then gradually add the tomatoes. The trick is to cook it as dry as possible over an hour or so, so it does't turn into soup. Garnish at the end with freshly chopped coriander. You can also add freshly chopped tomatoes or tomato puree to give it more of a tomato taste as preferred.
Best eaten in burritos with salsa, guacamole, rice, refried beans and cheese IMO.