I'm just going to put it out there, there aren't many breaded chicken foods out there better than a chicken kiev.
But thus far, only meat eaters have been able to enjoy the little garlicky wonders – until now.
Thanks to Veganuary and the pressure for retailers to continue to introduce new meat-free products, M&S has just launched a Vegan Chicken Kiev.
The meat-free version of the popular classic hit shelves recently and is going down a storm amongst meatless eaters.
Marks & Spencer's No Chicken Kiev is made from soya and filled with flavoursome vegan garlic sauce, with a golden breadcrumb coating.
Costing £3.50, the vegan kiev is one of several new dishes added to the retailer's Plant Kitchen Range.
Unfortunately, the crumb coating isn't gluten free, so some vegans won't be able to enjoy thee little wonder, but regardless of this, reviews are pretty strong.
Speaking about the introduction of new plant-based products, April Preston, Director of Product Development at M&S said: "Veganism is a trend that we are absolutely loving at M&S.
"Following the successful launch of our amazing Plant Kitchen range last year, we've turned the heat up and have challenged ourselves to create some of the best vegan-friendly products on the high street."